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Columbus, OH

#48 Nov 27, 2013
BizzyBee wrote:
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Oh poo! I would have loved to see the turkey!
Thanks for trying!
Happy thanksgiving!
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.
I'll try one especially for you.

“THE GANG”

Since: Apr 10

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#50 Nov 27, 2013
Here is a turkey recipe that also includes the use of popcorn as a stuffing---imagine that. When I found this recipe, I thought it was perfect for people like me, who just are not sure to tell when the turkey is thoroughly cooked but not dried out. Give this a try.
12-15 lb. turkey
1 cup melted butter
1 cup stuffing (Pepperidge Farm is good)
1 cup uncooked popcoorn (ORVILLE REDENBACHER'S LOW FAT) salt and pepper to taste
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Brush turkey well with melted butter, salt and pepper. Fill cavity with stuffing and popcorn. Place in baking pan with the neck end toward the back of he oven. Listen for the popping sounds.
When the turkey's ass blows the oven door open and the bird flies across the room, it's done.

Enjoy!
TransSiberinSniz zleTroopr

Lafayette, OH

#51 Nov 28, 2013
we've been watchin' the dog show togther on television the lass few years...Baby!

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Dublin, OH

#52 Nov 28, 2013
Myway wrote:
The interesting thing everyone so far has expressed is very off the true meaning of Thanksgiving. That being celebrating all the good positive experiences of their life as it has been progressing. And being thankful for all good.
There's a lot of "very off" in here.

Since: Nov 13

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#53 Nov 29, 2013
BizzyBee wrote:
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Spare us the bloody details. Happy Thanksgiving to you too!
You're as bad as Duke .....cat stuffing.
Do you know what a hatchet is? Well, I have one that hasn't been sharpened in several years, kinda rusty. I pulled that old turkey out of the coup, after I found an old stump of oak. I put down some corn, thinking he would start eating. He did, I took a swing at him, stricking him in the head, knocking him coo coo, in other words a knock out. Next I waited for him to come around. I thought, if I could give him some Jack Daniels, get him drunk, that would take some of the fight out of him. In other words prepare him for death. Next he looked like he was out of it. I placed him on the stump, and raised the hatchet to sever his head, just as I started my swing, it scared him and he jumped up and ran. Needless to say, I had to chase him down. By this time, I was ready to kill him. I tied his legs, placed him on the stump, and came down on his neck, but it wasn't a clean cut. Now we have a turkey that is flopping as though he had nearly lost his head, blood going everywhere. By this time I was feeling sorry for him, but there was no way I could save him. So I got this hacksaw out, and started sawing. This was too slow. I thought, let me get my tree pruner out, that will make a clean cut, and I can stand back a few feet to prevent getting blood all over my jeans. Would you know, he flooped so much, I couldn't get the pruner on his neck where I wanted it. From a White turkey to a very nasty looking wound to the neck turkey. I thought I have the right tool my looper, Fiskars 28 in. PowerLever Lopper. I gently placed it around his neck, would you know, he started this sound, you would not believe. I had to stop, gather my composure, then I was thinking, should I give him a pardon. Needless to say, it was a botched killing. But in the end, the Fiskars cut his head clean off, then I tied him upside down to continue bleeding on the ground.

I hope you had a great Thanksgiving Bizzy Bee. You seem like such a nice person.

Since: Jan 12

Columbus, OH

#55 Nov 29, 2013
Rebel Democrat wrote:
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Do you know what a hatchet is? Well, I have one that hasn't been sharpened in several years, kinda rusty. I pulled that old turkey out of the coup, after I found an old stump of oak. I put down some corn, thinking he would start eating. He did, I took a swing at him, stricking him in the head, knocking him coo coo, in other words a knock out. Next I waited for him to come around. I thought, if I could give him some Jack Daniels, get him drunk, that would take some of the fight out of him. In other words prepare him for death. Next he looked like he was out of it. I placed him on the stump, and raised the hatchet to sever his head, just as I started my swing, it scared him and he jumped up and ran. Needless to say, I had to chase him down. By this time, I was ready to kill him. I tied his legs, placed him on the stump, and came down on his neck, but it wasn't a clean cut. Now we have a turkey that is flopping as though he had nearly lost his head, blood going everywhere. By this time I was feeling sorry for him, but there was no way I could save him. So I got this hacksaw out, and started sawing. This was too slow. I thought, let me get my tree pruner out, that will make a clean cut, and I can stand back a few feet to prevent getting blood all over my jeans. Would you know, he flooped so much, I couldn't get the pruner on his neck where I wanted it. From a White turkey to a very nasty looking wound to the neck turkey. I thought I have the right tool my looper, Fiskars 28 in. PowerLever Lopper. I gently placed it around his neck, would you know, he started this sound, you would not believe. I had to stop, gather my composure, then I was thinking, should I give him a pardon. Needless to say, it was a botched killing. But in the end, the Fiskars cut his head clean off, then I tied him upside down to continue bleeding on the ground.
I hope you had a great Thanksgiving Bizzy Bee. You seem like such a nice person.
Small children should definitely not be in your presence alone. Maybe sheriff Bo Diddle need to take a look around your property.

“THE GANG”

Since: Apr 10

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#56 Nov 29, 2013
Rebel Democrat wrote:
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Do you know what a hatchet is? Well, I have one that hasn't been sharpened in several years, kinda rusty. I pulled that old turkey out of the coup, after I found an old stump of oak. I put down some corn, thinking he would start eating. He did, I took a swing at him, stricking him in the head, knocking him coo coo, in other words a knock out. Next I waited for him to come around. I thought, if I could give him some Jack Daniels, get him drunk, that would take some of the fight out of him. In other words prepare him for death. Next he looked like he was out of it. I placed him on the stump, and raised the hatchet to sever his head, just as I started my swing, it scared him and he jumped up and ran. Needless to say, I had to chase him down. By this time, I was ready to kill him. I tied his legs, placed him on the stump, and came down on his neck, but it wasn't a clean cut. Now we have a turkey that is flopping as though he had nearly lost his head, blood going everywhere. By this time I was feeling sorry for him, but there was no way I could save him. So I got this hacksaw out, and started sawing. This was too slow. I thought, let me get my tree pruner out, that will make a clean cut, and I can stand back a few feet to prevent getting blood all over my jeans. Would you know, he flooped so much, I couldn't get the pruner on his neck where I wanted it. From a White turkey to a very nasty looking wound to the neck turkey. I thought I have the right tool my looper, Fiskars 28 in. PowerLever Lopper. I gently placed it around his neck, would you know, he started this sound, you would not believe. I had to stop, gather my composure, then I was thinking, should I give him a pardon. Needless to say, it was a botched killing. But in the end, the Fiskars cut his head clean off, then I tied him upside down to continue bleeding on the ground.
I hope you had a great Thanksgiving Bizzy Bee. You seem like such a nice person.
Wow all that drama to kill a turkey. Nothing shocks me. Growing up,I watched chickens run around after their heads were chopped off, and watched my uncles skin rabbits haging from the rafters.
I did have a wonderful holiday and hope your bird was tasty.

“THE GANG”

Since: Apr 10

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#57 Nov 29, 2013
^^^^. hanging ^^^^^^

Too much food!

Since: Jun 13

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#58 Nov 29, 2013
I love Thanksgiving, this is the very important to give a bashfulness thanks. There may be different ways to giving thanks for traditionally.

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