Gravy's Cooking Thread

Dr.Retarded

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No, that's what I'm saying. I'm encountering people talking about it, but I've never seen a recipe or had it. I was hoping someone here had it.
Yeah I see that now. Think I was having a senior moment.

Did look around YouTube, and speaking of seniors Orsara has a limoncello crab recipe. His traditional Italian recipes are always spot on and he's fun to watch. Don't see why you couldn't use the same method with chicken or shrimp.


And here's his recipe to make your own homemade limoncello.


Chin chin!
 

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yea don't worry, the masterbuilt fryer is built for indoor use, it just takes up a lot of space
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Bro, how many turkeys do you deep fry a year to justify having a super XL turkey deep fryer?

I mean, Erronius Erronius might put this thing to work but you?
 
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Lanx

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Bro, how many turkeys do you deep fry a year to justify having a super XL turkey deep fryer?

I mean, Erronius Erronius might put this thing to work but you?
1 turkey a year is enough, i've heard every talk about deep fry turkey

last year i bought an extra turkey to smoke and it was only "alright"

so i really wanted to try deep fry
 

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I like turkey, people just suck at making it. Had an amazing deep fried turkey. Local smokehouse has amazing smoked turkey (so good I suspect they're cheating like McDonald's used to do soaking the thing in beef stock or something).

I've done a few good, traditional turkeys, brining and buttering and all the tricks that are foreign to boomers. One great where I built a special foil tent with a basting hole and I basted it every 15 minutes as an experiment that worked well (then uncovered and turn up heat to brown of course).

I respect people who just don't like turkey, but hate the cooks, not the game.

The game.... Eh, eh? And with my that, I wish everyone a tasty Thanksgiving!
 

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I like turkey, people just suck at making it. Had an amazing deep fried turkey. Local smokehouse has amazing smoked turkey (so good I suspect they're cheating like McDonald's used to do soaking the thing in beef stock or something).

I've done a few good, traditional turkeys, brining and buttering and all the tricks that are foreign to boomers. One great where I built a special foil tent with a basting hole and I basted it every 15 minutes as an experiment that worked well (then uncovered and turn up heat to brown of course).

I respect people who just don't like turkey, but hate the cooks, not the game.

The game.... Eh, eh? And with my that, I wish everyone a tasty Thanksgiving!
We tried a smoked turkey from a local place a couple years back and it became the standard. Whoever is hosting for the year will pick it up the night before and just finish for a few hours the day of. Someone else will do a second protein(typically beef) and everyone chips in with various sides.
 
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I like turkey, people just suck at making it. Had an amazing deep fried turkey. Local smokehouse has amazing smoked turkey (so good I suspect they're cheating like McDonald's used to do soaking the thing in beef stock or something).

I've done a few good, traditional turkeys, brining and buttering and all the tricks that are foreign to boomers. One great where I built a special foil tent with a basting hole and I basted it every 15 minutes as an experiment that worked well (then uncovered and turn up heat to brown of course).

I respect people who just don't like turkey, but hate the cooks, not the game.

The game.... Eh, eh? And with my that, I wish everyone a tasty Thanksgiving!
How would that be cheating? If it makes the food taste better anything is fair game.
 

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Turkey tops out at mediocre. Smoked and fried are the best ways to make it but it still is just okay. If you dry it out then it's borderline inedible. Cover it in gravy and cranberries and choke it down.
 

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I like turkey, people just suck at making it. Had an amazing deep fried turkey. Local smokehouse has amazing smoked turkey (so good I suspect they're cheating like McDonald's used to do soaking the thing in beef stock or something).

I've done a few good, traditional turkeys, brining and buttering and all the tricks that are foreign to boomers. One great where I built a special foil tent with a basting hole and I basted it every 15 minutes as an experiment that worked well (then uncovered and turn up heat to brown of course).

I respect people who just don't like turkey, but hate the cooks, not the game.

The game.... Eh, eh? And with my that, I wish everyone a tasty Thanksgiving!

I have made turkey that is very moist. (My wife hates that word, I use it as often as possible.) Even when it isn't dry, even when it is smoked, even when it is well prepared I don't like the meat. I'd rather have chicken. Or about anything.
 

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i'm making day after thanksgiving congee but i know you guys hate that.