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tigerdup07
LA-Lafayette Fan
Member since Dec 2007
19408 posts

fried turkey vs baked turkey
for many years now, we have been frying turkey. this year, i'm craving a gravy (from the turkey) on my rice. i'm from rice country and live on rice and gravy. so, today for thanksgiving, we will be roasting the bird with some smoked sausage.

happy thanksgiving to ya'll.




TIGERFANZZ
LSU Fan
THE Death Valley
Member since Nov 2007
3417 posts

re: fried turkey vs baked turkey
At Mom's house we always have both, fried tastes better but gotta bake one so you can have rice and gravy!!!


Pectus
New Orleans Saints Fan
Internet
Member since Apr 2010
56293 posts

re: fried turkey vs baked turkey
The fried one is the snack and the baked one is the meal.


hobotiger
LSU Fan
Asbury Park, NJ
Member since Nov 2007
3569 posts

re: fried turkey vs baked turkey
The gumbo made froma fried one is great. The stock from a fried one has a deeper flavor


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Eddie Vedder
LSU Fan
The South Plains
Member since Jan 2006
4438 posts

re: fried turkey vs baked turkey
i've smoked mine the last couple of years, and it has been fantastic. i think i prefer that to fried or baked. but i discovered this morning that i'll be baking mine today because i forgot to pickup charcoal....

the upside of my mistake is that i will enjoy the gravy!



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Corn Dawg Nation
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Member since Oct 2009
3274 posts

re: fried turkey vs baked turkey
Oilless fryer. Catch drippings. Make gravy FTMFW!!

Happy Turkey Day


bubbz
Baylor Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Mar 2006
19485 posts

re: fried turkey vs baked turkey
Smoked /thread


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