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    We have pizza for Thanksgiving, and usually only have turkey breasts when we have turkey (only 2 of us.) The grocery was giving away free turkeys the other day, so now I've got a 16 lb bird to deal with. It was the smallest they had. Right now it's thawing in a mini fridge that has the door held closed with duct tape.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucretia View Post
    Right now it's thawing in a mini fridge that has the door held closed with duct tape.
    Pics or it didn't happen!
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    The door will close with the turkey in there, but it puts just enough load on the magnetic strip that it pops open. If you can't fix it with duct tape, it ain't broken.
    Now is not the time to bother me. And it's always now. Wiley Miller

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucretia View Post
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    The door will close with the turkey in there, but it puts just enough load on the magnetic strip that it pops open. If you can't fix it with duct tape, it ain't broken.

    that is badass. hahahah.

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    Love that mini fridge pic!

    My 23.1 pounder is sitting in a 5 gal bucket of brine/ice until Wednesday night
    Take out of brine, rinse, dry it off, return to fridge overnight
    In the morning, rub some butter between meat/skin
    A light coating of oil and my special blend of spices and aromatics before it goes in the sauna!
    Have a knife day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucretia View Post
    We have pizza for Thanksgiving, and usually only have turkey breasts when we have turkey (only 2 of us.) The grocery was giving away free turkeys the other day, so now I've got a 16 lb bird to deal with. It was the smallest they had. Right now it's thawing in a mini fridge that has the door held closed with duct tape.
    Turkey sandwiches
    Turkey a la King
    Turkey pot pie
    Turkey tetrazzini
    Turkey Vegetable soup
    Turkey Chili
    The list goes on......

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    3 12 lb birds. A quarter or half a Turkey with basic fixings delivered makes some people pretty happy this time of year. We'll have leftovers from half a bird.

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    we have a 20 pounder for 4 people, not enough for left overs so got a 10 pounder back up

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    22oz.... due to popular vote I'm stuck doing Cornish hens this year

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    We normally have prime rib for thanksgiving. This year we are feeding some folks that we don't want to share our roast with so I am doing a turkey and we'll have the rib roast on Friday.

    I'm doing an 18 lb. bird butterfly cut in high heat. We'll see how it comes out. Fingers are crossed.

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