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you need the injector

the injector is really the only way to do it right...

and for dessert:

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IT'S NOT SO BAD MARYE

as long as you keep clear of anything flammable and don't put too much oil in the pot, there is nothing to it. and, it takes like a fration of the time to cook a decent sized bird. wish i could say that clean up is a breeze, but that is never the case on thansgiving, no matter how you do your thang!!

nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile

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man, you are brave

I am way, way too scared to deep fry a turkey. Even though I agree it is fabulously tasty.

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time for turkey

okay all you carnivores out there. i am deep frying my bird this year. i have only done it once or twice before a few years back. problem is, my injector is missing. any mcgyver's out there that can give me a tip on how to inject some flavor into the bird, or any pre-fry marinades????? lay it on me brothers and sisters

nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile

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San Francisco and garlic...

San Francisco and garlic...

http://www.thestinkingrose.com/

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garlic

Bob, believe me there are similar issues in the Bay Area. After all, Gilroy is the Garlic Capital of the World.

I LIKE garlic. I also like crab, asparagus and lamb. But they appear not to like me too well.

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BabylonDon's Cubana toast

Over the last couple years, I've really started to to enjoy cooking. As with all things I tend to go waaaaaayyyyyyyy overboard. Witness:

3 eggs
canned whipped cream (you don't really need the N2O, so do with it what you'd like...Nobody's judging you)
cinnamon sugar
honey

1 pound cake, sliced into a dozen pieces. I don't use the 'heels'....I suppose you can, though.

Prepare just like french toast. combine the eggs, wc, cinnamon sugar, and honey in a bowl and whisk it until cooperative. Float pound cake in batter and fry until it starts to show light brown patches on both sides.

I usually serve it with berries, but most any fruit or syrup will work.

Enjoy!

~I was concealed
Now I am stirring
And I will lay my love around you...~

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Garlic

you couldn't live here without liking garlic

Just making Vegetable soup for lunch

nothing difficult just stock seasoning and finely chopped veges of choice, i also add Herbs, a couple of bay leaves , parsley and perhaps thyme and rosemary

and of course Garlic

Bob

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good ole' chicken soup

hope i don't offend any vegan/veggie's out there. but being that i have a killer cold, i made a big ole' honkin' pot of my famous chicken soup yesterday. plennnntttyy of garlic in here baby, and it seems to ease the symptoms enough to get through the day it's like a hug, but from the inside!!!!

nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile

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man, I wish

I lived near Jurassic's house. If only for the blueberries, as I think the ones in the grocery stores here would be but a pale shadow of Jurassic Blueberries.

That sounds just delicious. On so many levels...

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