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Unread 08-31-2009, 01:54 PM   #1
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Default Fair food qiuz! Might help vending...

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Turkey Leg 1100 Callories ... No Farkin Way
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Only 3 right I guess I will probably overeat at the Fair.
Like it would be the first time
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Got 5 right- I was lucky
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Got 5 right- I was lucky

But how many times did you take the quiz?
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You better believe it. 100 grams (that's about 3.5 ounces) of dark meat turkey has about 206 calories. So I can see a turkey leg weighing in with a whopping 1300 plus calories! If you brine the turkey add a few more calories for the sugars in the brine. The real thing to remember is that most of the fats in a dark meat are lipids the body needs for certain vitamin absorption and proper metabolism.
Imagine what we do to the calorie count when we deep fry!
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You better believe it. 100 grams (that's about 3.5 ounces) of dark meat turkey has about 206 calories. So I can see a turkey leg weighing in with a whopping 1300 plus calories! If you brine the turkey add a few more calories for the sugars in the brine. The real thing to remember is that most of the fats in a dark meat are lipids the body needs for certain vitamin absorption and proper metabolism.
Imagine what we do to the calorie count when we deep fry!

So when Dr_Ky served 200 of those up at the last big event he served 220,000 calories?
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Well I got 5 right, But I should have done better, I worked for a traveling Carnival for 3 years as a Midway Super. I had all the choices of food I wanted. But I was responsible for the Rides and Ride Jocks.
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So when Dr_Ky served 200 of those up at the last big event he served 220,000 calories?
But don't you think the calories are worth the flavour?

You could always remove the skin and reduce the calorie count quite a bit.
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But don't you think the calories are worth the flavour?

You could always remove the skin and reduce the calorie count quite a bit.

But why! Its soooooooooooooo good!
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I go to a fair once maybe twice a year - I don't go to eat tofu, sprouts, and yogurt on a stick - FARK! I want FAIR FOOD - Don't care about the calories, fat, etc. Leave my fair food alone food police!! They ruined my movie popcorn - fair food next!?

OMG - A family member is dating a strict vegan - only macrobiotic, organic carrots, and chit - My god!! the woman has ORANGE FARKING SKIN

Perch Fest coming up - Fried Veggies here I come!!!
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You better believe it. 100 grams (that's about 3.5 ounces) of dark meat turkey has about 206 calories. So I can see a turkey leg weighing in with a whopping 1300 plus calories! If you brine the turkey add a few more calories for the sugars in the brine. The real thing to remember is that most of the fats in a dark meat are lipids the body needs for certain vitamin absorption and proper metabolism.
Imagine what we do to the calorie count when we deep fry!


No wonder they are so good. I did these on Friday and have 3 more to do tomorrow. These weighed in at 1.5 pounds each.
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