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Old 11-26-2003, 02:30 PM   #1
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Thank you,and I hope you have a good one as well.
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Got a Ten Pound Turkey that I am going to do on my Barbecue over Mesquite. Should be good.

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So hows the Yokomo's working out?
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Got a Ten Pound Turkey that I am going to do on my Barbecue over Mesquite. Should be good.

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We deep fried ours for the 1st time and man it was good. No fun holding an umbrella over it for an hour in the rain, (it started as soon as the oil got to temperature ).
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XXXKat, haven't yet used them. I am still trying to get some other racers together. I do have one racer interested, though he does not have a car yet. He used to race full size cars at Laguna Seca.

We had the most incredible Thanksgiving. Did the Turkey over Apple Wood pellets instead. Smoked it for about 5 hours before baking it. Yum, Yum.

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Good to hear everyone had a good Thanksgiving.

We had an 18 pounder this year, and that was small. The company my dad works for gives a free turkey to all its emplyees, and last year he was away the day before Thanksgiving, so a woman dropped one around. She had heard we don't need a big turkey, so she brought around a 26 pounder We had turkey soup for months.

This year I've been feeding it to my dog whenever I can.
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Good to hear everyone had a good Thanksgiving.

We had an 18 pounder this year, and that was small. The company my dad works for gives a free turkey to all its emplyees, and last year he was away the day before Thanksgiving, so a woman dropped one around. She had heard we don't need a big turkey, so she brought around a 26 pounder We had turkey soup for months.

This year I've been feeding it to my dog whenever I can.

Oh man what are freinds for soup ,sandwiches there is only so much you can do with turkey


Glad everyone had a great turkey day!
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Good to hear everyone had a good Thanksgiving.

We had an 18 pounder this year, and that was small. The company my dad works for gives a free turkey to all its emplyees, and last year he was away the day before Thanksgiving, so a woman dropped one around. She had heard we don't need a big turkey, so she brought around a 26 pounder We had turkey soup for months.

This year I've been feeding it to my dog whenever I can.
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