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Unread 10-06-2004, 08:04 AM   #16
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ok, now I'm gonna have to go buy a fryer!
jt, big risk in buying a fryer. If you buy a fryer you'll really catch hell from the OL cause you won't use the new gas grill for anything anymore!
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no, but Anna Rose Chang's nipples are on my desk top.
I'll bet that makes it interesting when you try to write...

Oh, this is qtalk - is $25 a good price for a fryer? Back on topic! :D
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ok, now I'm gonna have to go buy a fryer!
jt, big risk in buying a fryer. If you buy a fryer you'll really catch hell from the OL cause you won't use the new gas grill for anything anymore!
:D As you know I get it right now because I smoke more than grill! "Why did we buy that thing? You never use it. blah, blah blah" :D
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Unread 10-06-2004, 08:22 AM   #19
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no, but Anna Rose Chang's nipples are on my desk top.
I'll bet that makes it interesting when you try to write...

Oh, this is qtalk - is $25 a good price for a fryer? Back on topic! :D
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I use the fryer all the time.

Problem is, I only fry 6 times a year.

That 180,000 btu's start a chimney of anything in minutes.

I use a Cast Iron Pot for frying non turkey stuff. Its been on the patio for 2 weeks. Tonight, its fried chicken.

Cast Iron holds the heat much better than the aluminum turkey pots.

As for $25, sounds too cheap.

Get the 36quart Bayou Classic from Home Depot. You'll thank yourself for the extra BTU's and the extra 6 quart capacity when your first turkey nearly boils over.

SLOWLY lower that bird in there, or you'll have a surprise flash fire on your hands.

No time for nipples then.
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Wayne- cause it tastes great!

Ditto.
Besides "It's knock your dick in the dirt good". Whew been a long time since I said that felt better than morning gas in a bunny suit.
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Also, make sure you get a multi use pot. I believe that the bayou classic can be gotten with a basket in it. Ideal for doing crab boil or deep fried corn on the cob.
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The only good thing those fryers are made for is frying Mountain Oysters and shrimp. And oh yes.......use watter to boil your lobsters in the things. You can also set a great big wok on the burner and get things hot enough to stir fry. A regular stove does not have the horse power to get a wok hot enough to do real stir fry. I also cannot believe anybody owns a smoker and has never smoked a turkey!!! The drum sticks are the best. One bite and you will forget all about fried turkey.
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Saw the 30qt online but not the 36. I'll have to go by the store and look.
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The drum sticks are the best. One bite and you will forget all about fried turkey.
Wow, I give the drum sticks to the dog.

Don't like chocolate meat
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Saw the 30qt online but not the 36. I'll have to go by the store and look.
oops.

I meant 34

here's what mine looks like

http://cajun-outdoor-cooking.stormer...fryer_9514.htm
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Smoked turkey drumsticks are quite wonderful, wayne. We are thinking of doing them for concessions next year.

Deep fried turkey is good , quick and simple.
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We are thinking of doing them for concssions next year.

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never been to a concssion

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We haven't cooked a turkey in the oven for about 6 years since the first ttime we fried one.

Definitely rub the bird first and then inject. We also use the Tony C's Creaol Butter to inject. AN I think doing it the night before and setting in the fridge is the best way to go.

ALso thanks to KC we now use the fryer to start all our chimneys for the smoker.

Have used the fryer for shrimp boils, deep frying chicken, won tons, fish,

Be very careful not to have this sitting on a wooden deck, the first time especially. You have to get the oil to bird ratio just right or you have instant deck fire on your hands. And will get to see how quickly your local fire department responds to your house. We usually Spread out some kitty litter on the concrete and then set up the fryer. Catches all the splatter. Or set up on the gravel driveway.

Will not be disapointed with the fryer and will have many uses! A must have!
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Saw the 30qt online but not the 36. I'll have to go by the store and look.
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I meant 34

here's what mine looks like

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You have a clean fryer.
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yes.

I use one of those oil vacuums. Awesome dealie
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