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Old 12-12-2018, 10:17 PM   #1
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Default Slow Golf ⛳️ & Boiled Meat-My Mind began To Wander

Anything I think of in the culinary realm has already been thought of. If you’re planning a low country boil, this sounds pretty solid. My first thought was a two pack of Cornish hens or a chicken. Big enough pot a turkey sounds great.

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Old 12-13-2018, 03:59 AM   #2
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Add a heap of garlic to the boiled pot and you have food that has helped people overcome sickmness and pain forever
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my relatives from Louisiana brought fried turkey to the thanksgiving table many years ago when the mainstream way of cooking the bird was in the oven and everybody was happy. Once fried turkey became mainstream, they tried to introduce this boiled turkey. They said it was even better. We tried it a couple years. I tried to like it, but it was just awful. It has been out of the rotation for years.
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Old 12-13-2018, 09:11 AM   #4
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I cook so much and so often seldom eating out, I have to try new things.

I thought it interesting that they fix 3 turkeys. Smoked Fried and Boiled.

I had a big pot. Cast iron burner stainless pot. Vintage Bass Pro ?? if I remember. Sat in a giant box taking up space for 30+ years. Gave it to my brother who has a ton of grandkids and big gatherings 3/4 years ago. Last time I was at his place it was still in a box, now taking up space in his barn.

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Interesting idea, Adams. Bet the turkey is flavorful!
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I cook so much and so often seldom eating out, I have to try new things.

I thought it interesting that they fix 3 turkeys. Smoked Fried and Boiled.

I had a big pot. Cast iron burner stainless pot. Vintage Bass Pro ?? if I remember. Sat in a giant box taking up space for 30+ years. Gave it to my brother who has a ton of grandkids and big gatherings 3/4 years ago. Last time I was at his place it was still in a box, now taking up space in his barn.

ATTST: hard to beat a Popeyes fried turkey
The problem with that style of fryer, is the oil cost. a big easy gets very close to the same bird, and no oil required. Even better is the 3 in 1 big easy. You can add smoke to your fried bird. If you want to really fry one, the butterball indoor fryers, actually work remarkably well. Also work for large amounts of fried chicken.
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It is easy IMO to over cook a turkey when boiling (breast meat drys out). I like to stop the boil (turn off the heat) when the breast hits 145ish then let it sit and pull at 160 and it will be juicy for slicing.
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