View Poll Results: Turkey Legs - Love 'em or hate 'em?

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  • LOVE TURKEY LEGS - eat one every time I go to the parks!

    5 5.21%
  • LOVE TURKEY LEGS - but only have one when I'm in the mood.

    16 16.67%
  • Never had a turkey leg - are they good?

    15 15.63%
  • Never had a turkey leg and never want to try one.

    22 22.92%
  • HATE TURKEY LEGS - YUCK - tried one, never again!

    6 6.25%
  • HATE TURKEY LEGS - YUCK - smell and look gross.

    11 11.46%
  • They're alright, but I'm not really a fan.

    19 19.79%
  • Other (explain).

    8 8.33%
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  1. #31

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    Re: Turkey Legs - Love 'em or hate 'em?

    Quote Originally Posted by GagarianPrincess View Post
    The turkey legs are awesome! My favorite part is sharing it with my family. But one thing I gotta say, and people are probably gonna gasp at this, I've never had a Disney churro. Don't worry, I'm planning to get one on my next visit. But are they good as people say they are?
    Funny, I've had all sorts of churros all different places, but always heard how good the churros were at Disneyland (and they always smelled great, too!).
    Finally last month we decided to try a churro at DCA. I think maybe it was too late in the evening and it wasn't fresh or something, but we were really disappointed.

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    Re: Turkey Legs - Love 'em or hate 'em?

    I've only had a turkey leg at the renaissance faire. I get it multiple times throughout the season because I love 'em. Never had one from DL. But now I'm really, really craving one. My stomach is even growling. THANKS. Haha
    To those saying eating turkey legs looks "barbaric..." what are you talking about? Just looks like a good time, to me
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    Re: Turkey Legs - Love 'em or hate 'em?

    I've never had one not because I don't like turkey as I do, one of my favorite foods, but I don't like the darker meat of the legs, only part of the turkey or chicken for that matter that I'll eat is the breast, the rest is just too dark, and tastes not so good to me...lol if that makes sense.

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    Re: Turkey Legs - Love 'em or hate 'em?

    Quote Originally Posted by jsmith11618 View Post
    I've never had one not because I don't like turkey as I do, one of my favorite foods, but I don't like the darker meat of the legs, only part of the turkey or chicken for that matter that I'll eat is the breast, the rest is just too dark, and tastes not so good to me...lol if that makes sense.
    My sister is the same way. She will only eat white meat chicken or turkey.

    I personally love dark meat, but something about turkey is just not on my list of favorites. Not to mention all the random tendons you find in turkey legs.
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    Re: Turkey Legs - Love 'em or hate 'em?

    Yeah, random tendons. Maybe I WON'T be trying one, after all.
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    Re: Turkey Legs - Love 'em or hate 'em?

    I voted never had one and don't want to try. They do smell good, but look very unappealing, messy and hard to eat without dripping on everything. Also. I don't like to share food with others. I also never tried the chimichonga, then I had one, it was good, I liked it.
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    Re: Turkey Legs - Love 'em or hate 'em?

    They are great. As far as the barbarian comments and turkey haters... What do you guys do at Thanksgiving? Yeah, they are smoked and brined, so not your traditional roasted turkey taste, but they are still great.

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    Re: Turkey Legs - Love 'em or hate 'em?

    I have tried then twice during two different trips. First one was amazing! And I don't care that I look stupid, I sat down to eat it and people should mind their business! Second time though, it was really salty and had way too many tendons, and that was making it seem like a waste of time to eat. But I would give it another go based on my first experience.
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    Re: Turkey Legs - Love 'em or hate 'em?

    Never tried one, but I know I'd probably enjoy the heck out of it. When lunch or dinner rolls around we normally make our way to a sit down restaurant, where there's more variety and we can sit and rest for a while. Heading to a cart never really crosses our minds - that's probably the reason I haven't tried a corn dog either. Gotta remember to change it up next time!

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    Re: Turkey Legs - Love 'em or hate 'em?

    I've only had a turkey leg at Disneyland twice. It's.... alright. They definitely have the taste and smell of ham. It's very bizarre, not really turkey-ish... They're also very greasy, and I am not a fan of having filthy hands. So I can do with out them.

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    Re: Turkey Legs - Love 'em or hate 'em?

    They taste okay, but they're too big and there are better things to have, so I don't ever get them. I think I've had two at DL in my life, and it's quite possible that I'll never have one again, just because I'd rather get something like gumbo in a bread bowl or some jambalaya.

    Quote Originally Posted by GagarianPrincess View Post
    But one thing I gotta say, and people are probably gonna gasp at this, I've never had a Disney churro. Don't worry, I'm planning to get one on my next visit. But are they good as people say they are?
    Actually, they're better then people say they are, but watch the CM rolling them in the cinnamon sugar before you buy. If they seem very solid and inflexible, and he/she leaves too much sugar on them, then move along to another cart. But if they seem at least somewhat flexible and maybe even one breaks in half while they are being rolled, and the CM rolls them and then makes sure to gently shake off all of the loose sugar so that it's dusted but not coated, then you know you're going to get a good one.
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    Re: Turkey Legs - Love 'em or hate 'em?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stormy View Post
    Yeah, random tendons. Maybe I WON'T be trying one, after all.
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    Re: Turkey Legs - Love 'em or hate 'em?

    way too salty and fake smokey tasting. Waste of a turkey leg.
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    Re: Turkey Legs - Love 'em or hate 'em?

    I voted "Never had a turkey leg and never want to try one."

    I also probably have the grossest reason why. Fair warning to those who read on.

    A few years ago I was at the park with my girlfriend at the time. We decided to ride Snow White's Scary Adventures. As we entered the indoor queue, it was obvious someone had some serious gas and had passed it in that little curved hallway.

    It was also obvious exactly what whoever had done that had eaten...a turkey leg.

    The smell was so repugnant that I will never, ever try one.

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    Re: Turkey Legs - Love 'em or hate 'em?

    Quote Originally Posted by amanda.collishaw View Post
    They look like ham and do have a somewhat hammy taste.
    I heard that it was secretly is ham. I can't eat that much ham.

    I seen it and have no urge to eat a Turkey Leg. It disgusts me!

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