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Spatchcockiing makes a very nice turkey, but indeed the problem is finding a pan that's large enough. Basically, you turn a three story house into a sprawling ranch mega-mansion. Even cooking is fast and the meat comes out great. Just don't buy the usual 20 pounder and expect it to fit in your standard oven. I do have a smoker it would fit in. Hmmmm.....


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The ridiculous concept is that keeping a turkey in one topological construct, is some kind of absburdist religion. This was only an experiment to show the ridiculosity of the concept. Just amputat the wings and legs and cook them in the same oven, but monitor their temps, with the readily available instant read thermometers! Its so simple the cave critters probably understood it! Ugg dear, why didn't you watch those legs better? Drumsticks were only a concept of the future!

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What did the drumsticks say?

Rat-a-tat-tat!!


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Originally Posted by logtroll
What did the drumsticks say?

Rat-a-tat-tat!!
How do you play a DrumTroll?

It's all about the bounce!
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If you ever find yourself upside down, it can be life-saving to master this roll!


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MIT had a contest for ultranerds every year, deriving the equations for exceptionally difficult physics problems. One of the toughest was figuring out the physics equations for righting an upside down Kayak! I should have payed more attention as most of my time in Kayaks is spent as a submariner.

If you've got um, roll um said the Bipolar Bear while chomping into his Eskimo roll,

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I was the only student in my Canoe and Kayak class to learn the Eskimo Roll. Pretty easy if you have a paddle. Impossible if you dropped it. You can get ready for it by tipping sideways, and then up-righting yourself with the right paddle stroke. That's the same stroke you use underwater to get yourself sideways. It doesn't take much effort to move yourself from upside-down to sideways. The harder feat is getting up from sideways.

It was easy for me because I had already done a lot of snorkeling, and had completed a diver certification class. (San Diego State had some terrific PE classes way back then.) I wore a facemask to learn it, so I had no fear or panic being submerged. The instructor didn't even demonstrate it. He just showed me how to move the paddle.

Interesting factoid: Eskimos almost never do the roll accidentally. They use it to cool off from the hot arctic summer sun.


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If you've got um, roll um said the Bipolar Bear while chomping into his Eskimo roll.
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I this the hard to research RoleyPoley?

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Fish isn't really a natural food for cats.

This is reasonable as domestic cats are derived from Egyptian desert cats. Fish are, however, considered excellent for sport fishing. Just ask my irritable neighbor who was not amused by one of our notorious predators fishing in her Coy pond! nono This was only after she, the cat, had depleted the entire extended neighborhood of Chipmunks, her favorite! Some neighbors, who were gardeners, approved of this carnage as Chipmunks dig out and eat their bulbs. Still Chipmunks have positive PR and some want them around. They are starting to return to our yard, 10 years later. Trudy was a Calico, a breed that former Att Gen Ashcroft considered demonic, and had the secret service scout area for Calicos before his appearances. Chipmunks would agree with Ashcroft!
All that Trudy wouldnt eat was the stomach and intestines that contained veggies. Cougars also eschew deer stomachs filled with salad.

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A note in added proof of Trudy the Terrible whose Chipmunk executions inspired me to plagiarize Marlowe's immortal phrase about Helen of Troy's face that launched a thousand ships into the Trojan wars!
https://hosting.photobucket.com/albums/b66/Tatuma/trudy5.jpg
This would not have been remembered without the recent post related to passages through the Ileum and Odyssey
The long lost photobucket image from Critter corner appears to not have kicked it.
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Turkey wild rice soup.
Turkey cranberry salsa tacos.

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