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clarky 2:31 Tue Dec 23
Turkey!
It's a shitty meat isn't it? Out of all the birds we nibble on this is the dullest!

Goose, quail, chicken and duck are all very good. Ostrich is my current favourite But.....I'd love to try Swan, There's plenty around this way and I'd have no problem nabbing it, but after I've given it the old one one two, I wouldn't know what to do with it!
Are there any WHO butchers that would want to hack up my forbidden bird for a share of the spoils?
I hear it tastes like beef and It has me intrigued!

I know it's illegal but to hell with such medieval bellendetry!
This Christmas I shall have Swan on my table and to hell with the German Swine!

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Justin R 1:23 Sat Dec 27
Re: Turkey!
We had Turkey yesterday.

Lovely.

Brined for 48 hours prior, injected with a full pound of butter, and smoked with oak for six hours.

Spot on.

clarky 1:20 Sat Dec 27
Re: Turkey!
I didn't get my swan either!

clarky 1:20 Sat Dec 27
Re: Turkey!
I've never cooked a Turkey, I've sampled loads cooked by various chefs though and they all taste the same!

geoffpikey 6:45 Fri Dec 26
Re: Turkey!
HairyHammer 4:18 Fri Dec 26

"Anyone who say's that Turkey is a tasteless dry bird cannot fucking cook."

Agreed.

Mirkwood 5:27 Fri Dec 26
Re: Turkey!
I think I was turned over by Sainsburys.
I told my Mum I'd pay for the Turkey. She came back with a Norfolk Bronze crown. 1.1 kilos...35 quid???

17.50 a pound....

HairyHammer 10:23 Fri Dec 26
Re: Turkey!
jfk

Lovely Jubbly Turkey is sweet, not sure about thrashing them pansies though, Ha , a good point will do me.

jfk 6:47 Fri Dec 26
Re: Turkey!
Hairyhammer spot on our turkey came out lovely with the help of a meat thermometer.
Can't wait for the "leftovers" Boxing Day lunch later today. The best bit of grub of the year.
Cold meat,stuffing, mash and bubble with pickles.haywards piccalilli being an essential part.
Should go down a treat especially after thrashing the west London pansies.

HairyHammer 4:18 Fri Dec 26
Re: Turkey!
Anyone who say's that Turkey is a tasteless dry bird cannot fucking cook, be it your wife mother or who ever managed to fuck up one of the most delicious white meats ever known to man.

Noah 9:45 Wed Dec 24
Re: Turkey!
I'm lining up this fucker....
http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/toms_turkey_roll_with_44115

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 4:36 Wed Dec 24
Re: Turkey!
bruuno

Effortlessly cunts off 99% of the white population of the planet earth.

bruuuno 2:34 Wed Dec 24
Re: Turkey!
Anyone who eats turkey on Christmas Day is a cunt

ray winstone 1:15 Wed Dec 24
Re: Turkey!
We're having Beef Wellington, fuck that dry shit.

icwhs 1:14 Wed Dec 24
Re: Turkey!
Agree with clarky

Turkey is the dullest, driest most boring of meets.

We only eat it because its tradition, haven't touched it since i left home 26 yrs ago.

Private Dancer 12:15 Wed Dec 24
Re: Turkey!
Sold - You'll burn the house down cooking it over night :-)

JustAFatKevinDavies 12:13 Wed Dec 24
Re: Turkey!
turkey tends to dry out very easily, a bit like a lunch with that turkey necked wrist Steve P.

Northern Sold 12:02 Wed Dec 24
Re: Turkey!
Swiss. 11:49 Wed Dec 24


Not yet it hasn't.... slowly cooked comes out superb... anyway I leave all that stuff to Mrs N/Sold... apart from peeling the spuds and slicing the meat the kitchen is out of bounds for me on Xmas day... hence the beer fridge in the (West ham) shed...

Steve P 12:00 Wed Dec 24
Re: Turkey!
LOL

WHU(Exeter) 11:59 Wed Dec 24
Re: Turkey!
This time last year, we were discussing the merits of satsumas.

WHERE DOES ALL THE TIME GO?

Steve P 11:57 Wed Dec 24
Re: Turkey!
No, not Christmas Day, Stewie son.

That Muppets movie was Christmas Eve, Ex. Not one of my best moments!

WHU(Exeter) 11:54 Wed Dec 24
Re: Turkey!
P - Muppet movie?

stewie griffin 11:53 Wed Dec 24
Re: Turkey!
No BUFFS, P son?

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