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Dec 31, 2008 13:26 |  #781

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You're a braver man then me for being anywhere near one of those turkey inferno contraptions! :eek:

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Dec 31, 2008 13:57 |  #782

Amen to that comment. I'd put a much longer hose between the bottle & flame. Happy New Year to all. Larry.


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Dec 31, 2008 14:56 |  #783

I would surely turn that into some sort of poultry cannon.


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Dec 31, 2008 14:56 |  #784

The Ghost of FM wrote in post #6977821 (external link)
You're a braver man then me for being anywhere near one of those turkey inferno contraptions! :eek:

Remember, the 1DsMk II is water and dust resistant but not fire proof! :D

Cheers!

Well, I've deepfried two turkeys so far with great results. The only safety equipment on hand was "my legs"...heh heh. Just have to pretty much be concious of your every move and watch the temps real close. Don't wander off chatting with somebody while your bird gets launched into orbit.




  
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Dec 31, 2008 14:57 |  #785

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I would surely turn that into some sort of poultry cannon.


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Dec 31, 2008 15:10 |  #786

I hear that it's very tasty when cooked that way. Does it get a bit greasy compared to a regular oven cooked bird?


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Dec 31, 2008 15:18 |  #787

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I hear that it's very tasty when cooked that way. Does it get a bit greasy compared to a regular oven cooked bird?

Not greasy....oily. The frst turkey (Thanksgiving 2008 -) was cooked in Cottonseed oil. The second was cooked in Peanut oil. But the oiliness is mainly on the outside. It doesn't really have a greasy texture inside.....just a moist "falling off the bones like BBQ ribs" kind of texture. Out of the two oils, Peanut oil tasted the best. Yup....I funneled the used oil back into the jugs in hopes of getting another bird out of it. It's like $14 a gallon and it takes 3 gallons.

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Dec 31, 2008 16:43 |  #788

Just make sure you don't put a frozen turkey in as it will cause the oil to spill out of the container. This will lead to a big flame. Oil and water don't mix.


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Dec 31, 2008 17:27 |  #789

I had to cook something in peanut oil years ago, and basically saved the oil for future use, but eventually it got thrown out. Thanks for the lesson & I hope you have a great meal. Happy New Year. Larry.


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Dec 31, 2008 17:33 as a reply to  @ David S's post |  #790

From Yesterday [and today, the last shot] (last year and new year, hehe)

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Dec 31, 2008 18:08 |  #791

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From Yesterday [and today, the last shot] (last year and new year, hehe)
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Love that shot, Tareq! :cool:

The colors are phenomenal!

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Dec 31, 2008 18:40 |  #792

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Love that shot, Tareq! :cool:

The colors are phenomenal!

Cheers!

Agree. Did you use any filters for that shot?


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Just make sure you don't put a frozen turkey in as it will cause the oil to spill out of the container. This will lead to a big flame. Oil and water don't mix.

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Tareq wrote in post #6979254 (external link)
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2 and 4 completely do it for me, what filter?


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Jan 01, 2009 07:48 |  #795

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Love that shot, Tareq! :cool:

The colors are phenomenal!

Cheers!

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