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Unread 12-02-2012, 10:54 PM   #16
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Looks excellent!

Looking forward to trying Daddio's ultimate brine for a xmas bird.
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Unread 12-02-2012, 11:01 PM   #17
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Lookis absolutely delicous!
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That is one tasty looking meal !!!
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Nice work!
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I'll take a plate of that.
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Very appetizing.
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Your Turkey looks delicious!
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Looks great. I also am a believer in brining, I have yet to try dry brining but I will
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That looks great. How long did it take to debone the turkey? I can debone a chicken now in about 10 minutes. Anything in particular that made the turkey more difficult
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That looks great. How long did it take to debone the turkey? I can debone a chicken now in about 10 minutes. Anything in particular that made the turkey more difficult
Thanks. Probably took about 30 minutes, but it probably takes me 20 minutes to debone a chicken so...
The challenge is that is't just that much bigger, and so is everything else - tendons are thicker etc...
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