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    Turkey

    Your dinner will be the talk of the TOWN!!
    You should try this!
    Sure to bring smiles from your guests!
    Here is a new way to prepare your Thanksgiving Turkey.

    1. Cut out aluminum foil in desired shapes.
    2. Arrange the turkey in the roasting pan, position the foil carefully.? (see attached picture for details)
    3. Roast according to your own recipe and serve.
    4. Watch your guests' faces...

































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    Re: Turkey

    So funny
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    Re: Turkey



    I would love to try this on thanksgiving

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    Re: Turkey

    Thats hilarious !!!
    I am going to miss turkey this year....... wonder if I can do a tofurkey that way

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    Re: Turkey

    I did that 3 years ago. The lower bikini lines looked great but keeping the top on was tough so the boob area didn't look so "untanned".

    Good fun though.

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    Re: Turkey

    Lol thats hilarious! Luckily, I'm never in charge of Thanksgiving dinner... hehe
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    Re: Turkey

    thats too funny. Thanks for the reminder I need to order my turducken...Thanksgiving is only 3 weeks away, its comes early this year!

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    Re: Turkey

    I thought this was going to be about that guy on Family Fortunes (UK version of Family Feud) that said "Turkey" for every answer!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=http:...?v=M2AWKfMvDtw

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    Re: Turkey

    We deep fry our turkey. Any ideas how I can get the bikini look on a fried bird?

    P.S. MollyTrolly can you save me a piece of Turducken I have always wanted to try it.

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    Re: Turkey

    I should try that this year!!!!
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    Re: Turkey

    Quote Originally Posted by pratt55 View Post
    We deep fry our turkey. Any ideas how I can get the bikini look on a fried bird?

    P.S. MollyTrolly can you save me a piece of Turducken I have always wanted to try it.

    Sure Pratt!

    When we did it we put a "tin foil bikini" over the areas that we wanted light. Again it is tough to keep the breast section fastened. I'd use metal skewers to hold the foil down.

    That probably the only way it'll work on a fried bird.

    Good Luck!

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    Re: Turkey

    Quote Originally Posted by aashee View Post
    Sure Pratt!

    When we did it we put a "tin foil bikini" over the areas that we wanted light. Again it is tough to keep the breast section fastened. I'd use metal skewers to hold the foil down.

    That probably the only way it'll work on a fried bird.

    Good Luck!
    I'll try and take pictures to see if using metal skewers works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pratt55 View Post
    I'll try and take pictures to see if using metal skewers works.
    awesome!

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