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Poll Results: The wife bought a 17 lb turkey, which is typical for our Thanksgiving feast. I never told her of my new relevation concerning limiting this years size do 12 lbs. Do I?

Poll expired: Nov 24, 2011  
  • 0% (0)
    Go buy a 12 pounder and loose the 17 pounder. Not very in keeping with the season's spirit.
  • 22% (2)
    Cut the 17 pounder in half, smoke the halves and attempt to reassembly during the presentation phase.
  • 11% (1)
    Roast the 17 pounder in the oven and purchase and smoke another 12 pounder. Probably get fussed at for cooking too much turkey.
  • 66% (6)
    Smoke the 17 pounder as always and just make it work, thereby suffering in silence for breaking my SMF resolution. But maintaining peace and good will.
9 Total Votes  
post #21 of 26

Not really necessary...Looking good so far...JJ

post #22 of 26

Just found this thread !!

 

That looks Great already !!!!

 

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Bear

post #23 of 26

 What is a fattie?

post #24 of 26
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Originally Posted by nordo0 View Post

 What is a fattie?


OMG, you ARE a newbie (lol)!!!  In summary, a fattie is a bunch of ingredients rolled up in sausage and bacon and smoked to perfection.  Check out any number of posts in this area of the forum:

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/f/175/fatties

 

Your imagination is the only limit on these puppies.  Our family favorites include several breakfast fattie varieties and the Reuben!

post #25 of 26
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  Our family favorites include several breakfast fattie varieties and the Reuben!


Oh wow, a Reuben fattie... never even went there.  Thanks, that opens up a whole new range of fatties!

 

post #26 of 26

 You see. I thought you were talking about me (fattie)  and I did'nt evan post my picture.

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