Turkey Frying

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Turkey Frying

Postby Jeff Silvey » Wed Nov 23, 2016 8:27 pm

Hope this helps for this week or any other time you cook a turkey. Make sure you thaw the bird before you fry it, plus lower slowly in the fryer.
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This is a bad day. I have been on fires bigger than this one.
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Re: Turkey Frying

Postby Urbish » Thu Nov 24, 2016 7:18 am

...and, biggest of all, don't do it inside! If you're going to have an out of control raging oil fire, better to be out in the driveway than in your garage.

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