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Old 10-16-2011, 05:24 PM
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Thanksgiving Dinner

Well, I host every year. Typicaly a 20-22lb bird in the oven and a 9-12 bird in the deep fryer.

What do you guys do? I am looking for something new or something interesting to do this year...
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Camping with too many close friends and roasting the bird in a giant dutch oven over chunk charcoal. I've also roasted the bird on the grill. Turkey and all the fixins are best outdoors!!
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BTW....used the grill method while still living in northeast Ohio, so it should work just fine in PA!
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I've put our turkey in the smoker the last few years. I use apple wood chips for the smoke and put a large bowl of apple cider under the bird for moisture. By far the best way I've done turkeys in years.
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I've had great success with family when I make a Turducken
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Smoke one or fry one...depending what I am in the mood for. But we have to bake one since that is what the wife likes. If momma ain't happy no one is happy.
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Getting ready for the big dinner. Heres how:

Worked my *** of this week left work at 5 today then

1. Washed my truck and parked it. It will be sitting there until Friday. She is resting, clean, and looking ready for guests. lol
2. Put 3 cases of beer in the extra fridge. One case of Guiness, case of Sam Adams Winter varity pack, one case of cheap mexican beer. lol
3. Started the LATE brine for my 10 lb turkey for the deep fryer
4. The 21 lb bird is almost ready for the oven tomorrow
5. Im on my 3rd beer tonight getting read to clean the house!
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All the fix'ins!!
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