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Old 11-23-2012, 04:22 PM   #1
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I'm pretty sure the best way to eat turkey is standing at the counter picking at the carcass. The same goes for chickens, hams and prime rib. Flavor seems to be enhanced with the absence of shoes, Decades of research have led me to this conclusion.
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I'm pretty sure the best way to eat turkey is standing at the counter picking at the carcass. The same goes for chickens, hams and prime rib. Flavor seems to be enhanced with the absence of shoes, Decades of research have led me to this conclusion.
You're spot on! I'm pretty sure the flavor/experience is also enhanced by the primal act of eating the meat right off of the carcass.
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Could not agree more.
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I'm pretty sure the best way to eat turkey is standing at the counter picking at the carcass. The same goes for chickens, hams and prime rib. Flavor seems to be enhanced with the absence of shoes, Decades of research have led me to this conclusion.
Exactly! Besides, one must sacrifice to determine that it's fit for serving.
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And highly edjamakated egg heads said that our Neanderthal Kinfolk where stupid.
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That's the best way to get the most delicious parts. We call them sneaky bites.
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Nope. I prefer midnight at the refrigerator, with a spoonful of mayo.
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Nope. I prefer midnight at the refrigerator, with a spoonful of mayo.
In the same category though - standing up, right?
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While my guys were eating at the table tonight, I was standing at the counter, dipping tidbits of turkey into the hot gravy on the stove, and thoroughly making a pig of myself. It was delicious.
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No argument there.
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I think you are all on to something there, Just dipping the freshly roasted meat into the natural drippings as you are carving............Wowser! hard to beat that.
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Just me and the dog in the middle of the night at the kitchen counter. He gets what ever I drop and that is fine because I am to tired to bend down at that hour.
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