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I hope everyone has safe travels and good foods. Looks like clear weather on the way to Bend, so should be some awesome mountain views in zie pass. weeeee
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Resting on the counter now!

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Happy thanksgiving chaps and chapettes (I'm still not sure what it even is, but have a good one anyway :P)

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Happy Thanksgiving all!

That deep fried turkey looks great!
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Being able to wear shorts on Thanksgiving is un-American!

Happy Turkey Day, all!
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Deep fried turkey certainly SEEMS American!
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Or at least Southern American.

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Happy Thanksgiving, I ate entirely too much at two different dinners! hah. I have decided my life won't be complete until I have eaten a turducken, though.
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I've actually had deep fried turkey and it was surprisingly tasty. It wasn't all greasy like one would imagine it would be. And I was in northern Wisconsin at the time so not what I would consider Southern American!
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Yall finish all that grey goose vodka? :D

We drank way too much wine...I had brought down a few bottles of pinot that I bought last year...damn good, but now I have a hangover....meh!! meh!! And it is 19F outside. Good food! I didn't cook, but will be busy for christmas. mmmm standing rib roast.
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We had our turkey hickory smoked. It was quite tasty. The white meat didn't taste as smokey, but it was a subtle smokeyness. I didn't quite trust the oven in our new house to do the job. We have lots to be thankful for. Best thanksgiving ever! :D

I'd love to try deep fried turkey at some point. Is it a pain to clean up afterwards? Can you reuse the oil or does it forever smell of turkey?

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Awesome looking Turkey, Py.

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. I brined and basted a 25lber for 17 people. As of yesterday, I'd been cooking for the last 4 days. An inside joke with one of my friends: "Noel, you've come a long way from cooking your eggs on the ceiling."
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