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re: Recommend a turkey fryer - Cajunate
Academy or Amazon has turkey frying kits you can order....
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re: Talk me out of Weber Summit Charcoal - Cajunate
If portability is the main reason for the Summit my guess is because of it not being as fragile as a ceramic. But if you want a non ceramic kamado I'd suggest the Broil King Keg. Ideally the 4000 model is what you'd want but they are hard to come by as that's the previous version. The 5000 is availa...
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re: Who’s up smoking the turkey? - Cajunate
Rotisserie turkey is looking nice! Having a lil egg nog and Southern Comfort now....
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re: Opossums are Getting Out of Control! - Cajunate
If your turkey is still frozen or you want to try something different I trapped another possum last night. You can have it if you want it! #32 BTW, I'm glad the possum wasn't at the first Thanksgiving and chosen to be the tradition meat served on this day. Happy Thanksgiving all!!!...
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re: Who’s up smoking the turkey? - Cajunate
Got up at 5:30 to put the turkey on the rotisserie rod, last outer seasoning and onto the grill. [b]Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!!!![/b]...
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re: WFDT on Thanksgiving Eve? - Cajunate
Pizza...
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re: Thanksgiving sides and desserts - Cajunate
Some already listed but add a "must have" candied yams! Homemade rolls another must! Pecan pie of which I made two today and a birthday cake for my youngest Granddaughter who will be one tomorrow. Her big birthday party happens this weekend. ...
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re: What is your turkey gravy recipe? - Cajunate
Mine is fine. Whisking in the butter help smooth things out a little bit. If you don't like it strain it in a fine-mesh strainer....
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re: What is your turkey gravy recipe? - Cajunate
Turkey gravy is done! I forgot to mention that towards the end I whisk in a lil butter for extra richness. [img]https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4543/38529165036_479a498d3d_b.jpg[/img] ...
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re: That side dish a certain relative always makes that tastes like crap - Cajunate
[quote]what in the literal frick?!?! I think the dementia has begun to set in[/quote] That's an old fashioned New Orleans thing cafeterias used to do....
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re: That side dish a certain relative always makes that tastes like crap - Cajunate
Candied yams casserole with extremely too much crushed pineapple and marshmallow. Another would be a dessert of dump or bowl cakes. Wet cake with too much sweetness like two bags of chocolate chips. Yuck!...
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Thanksgiving Day Dinner Prep Suggestions - Cajunate
I'm doing a 20 lb turkey on the gas grill rotisserie tomorrow. Got the bird cleaned up and using the dry brine method this time. The bird is going into the outside fridge until later this evening when It gets injected. I decided to use an empty seasoning container to sprinkle the kosher salt on the ...
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re: What is your turkey gravy recipe? - Cajunate
Not a big fan of the giblets here either. I buy extra turkey necks and make a good bit of gravy as my wife and daughters love it. Season the necks with a little salt, black pepper, lil sage, and or a poultry seasoning. Roast in the oven about 350 degrees until browned. About hour and a half. Pu...
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re: Bear messing with water tank gets hit in the nuts! - Cajunate
So I'm wondering if a kick to the balls in a bear attack would give you time to escape. Lol.............
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Bear messing with water tank gets hit in the nuts! - Cajunate
Must've hurt. [link=(https://imgur.com/gallery/DGCYWdh)]LINK[/link]...
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re: Big pot jambalaya pictorial (Done) - Cajunate
I used to get it at the Leblanc's supermarket in Gonzales but they quit carrying it. This past week I sent Rouse's a message on Facebook asking them to sell it in the New Orleans area(they bought out Leblanc's supermarkets). Later that afternoon I got a message back from Rouse's telling me that the ...
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re: WFDT - Cajunate
Couldn't decide so it was grilled and cast iron pan cooked burgers. I went with a cast iron burger dressed with griddled onions, grated cheddar cheese mustard and mayo on a warmed, buttered brioche bun. [img]https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4558/26734410799_233104d29e_b.jpg[/img] Pretty darn d...
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re: Big pot jambalaya pictorial (Done) - Cajunate
What did you use to measure the water?...
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re: Big pot jambalaya pictorial (Done) - Cajunate
Nicely done! If it works for you then it works. Looks tasty!!!!!...
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re: Anyone else cooking their turkey in a Ronco Rotisserie? - Cajunate
No, but I am considering put the turkey on the gas grill rotisserie to free up the oven....
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