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I order one every Thanksgiving from Greenberg Turkeys out of Texas. Been doing this for over 30 years. Outstanding bird, the entire family expects one along with a quality ham.

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Originally Posted by deflave
I’d not expect anybody from Minnesota to know how to cook anything.

Generally.
Ah, but you haven’t lived until you have a plate full of Lutefisk.

All that slimy, fishy, mushy, cod soaked in lye, now that’s MN cookin.

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Originally Posted by hotsoup
I order one every Thanksgiving from Greenberg Turkeys out of Texas. Been doing this for over 30 years. Outstanding bird, the entire family expects one along with a quality ham.
Is this fresh or already cooked?


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Originally Posted by earlybrd
I got about 1/2 way thru the first plate and got that nausea feeling.Swallowing like hell sweat beads feeling I know it won’t the turkey wifey cooked that.My mom on the other hand cooks [bleep] from boxes way beyond there expire date I’m sure it was that🤢

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Ours was disappointing, even the dark meat was dry. Whatever was left went into the soup pot yesterday and will be served for dinner tonight.

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Originally Posted by 260Remguy
Ours was disappointing, even the dark meat was dry. Whatever was left went into the soup pot yesterday and will be served for dinner tonight.

Bummer. Brining really helps make them juicy.

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Steve, they are smoked.

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Originally Posted by hotsoup
I order one every Thanksgiving from Greenberg Turkeys out of Texas. Been doing this for over 30 years. Outstanding bird, the entire family expects one along with a quality ham.

THIRTY YEARS????


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Originally Posted by 260Remguy
Ours was disappointing, even the dark meat was dry. Whatever was left went into the soup pot yesterday and will be served for dinner tonight.

Nebraska…

LOL


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Butterball in a roasting bag...turned out fantastic. Might be best one yet frankly.


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Mine turned out great. I deep fry 3 to 4 turkeys every thanksgiving. I make kind of a spicy cajun marinade to inject them with. Its louisiana hot sauce, vegetable oil, and cajun spices.


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Originally Posted by Gringo Loco
Originally Posted by 260Remguy
Ours was disappointing, even the dark meat was dry. Whatever was left went into the soup pot yesterday and will be served for dinner tonight.

Bummer. Brining really helps make them juicy.

Agreed, my Wife usually brines them in spices and buttermilk for a couple of days but chose not to this year and the turkey was dry and disappointing.

That said, the turkey noodle soup that has been simmering for better than 24 hours smells great and will go good with a Panera baguette and a glass of Winter Jack cider.

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One day in brine and five hours in the smoker using 90/10 cherry/hickory. Results were amazing!

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