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Turkey Day

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Thread Starter 

So I thought I would get a topic rolling for this month and well... the biggest thing that comes to mind is Thanksgiving. So I wanted to know what are your plans for the guest of honor and how shall we cook him and what will be joining him on the table?

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Greetings Everyone!

 

  It's the first day of December and I just got a chance to sit down at the lap-top.

I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving, just as I did.

  My friend Lynne cooks the turkey every year and my contribution is the Veggies!

I oven roasted green beans,steamed Brussel Sprouts and I did what my late Mother In-law called a

"Frosted Collie Flower". I ended up preparing two heads so every one could enjoy a decent helping.

  Every dish that was brought was fantastic! Everyone who joined us gave us much to be greatful 

for.Lynne out did herself on the turkey. It was awesome!

    I am getting ready to smoke some Baby Backs for a New Years Day gathering with the Live Steam

club my family belongs to.Most of the members have 1 1/2" inch scale trains that run on 7 1/2" inch

gauge track. " Oh what fun it is" to be with friends,play some trains and share some smoked Baby Back ribs!

 

                                                                                      Happy Holidays & Happy Smokin to all!

                                                                                                     Smokin Sid                                                                                 

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Hello again,

 We ourselves been getting pounded by bad weather and so all our cooking has been inside. We purchased the mid-sized version of the Masterbuild indoor turkey fryer and we used it to fry our first turkey for Thanksgiving. It was the best turkey we have ever had and I think our only issue was having nothing to make gravy out of. My plan are to get a standing rib roast for Christmas and fry it and also get another Turkey in before the holidays are over. I wish there was a reliable indoor smoker but I fear for the lives of our smoke detectors in that idea.

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