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    Happy Thanksgiving

    I just wanted to take the time to say Happy Thanksgiving to everybody. I am thankful to the individuals who run this website for giving me and everybody the opportunity to come here and talk about the team we love. Thank you. I hope everybody has a wonderful Thanksgiving and Go Jets!

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    Happy Thanksgiving from Mike Francessa!

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    Happy Thanksgiving, Everybody!

    Eat copious amounts of turkey and Go Jets!!!!!!!

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    Happy Thanksgiving to all of you in the rebellious colonies!

    Have a good day all, enjoy your turkey, and let's go Jets!

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    Happy Thanksgiving wishes to all on this greatest of Jets boards...by a friggin' mile.

    Enjoy the day, fellas and gals.

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    "Happy Thanksgiving" Everybody !

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    A Canadian wishing all my southern friends a great thanksgiving day.

    Now, lets hear how you all cook your turkeys for the event. Roasted? Deep fried? Dressing/stuffing in or out of bird?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beerfish View Post
    A Canadian wishing all my southern friends a great thanksgiving day.

    Now, lets hear how you all cook your turkeys for the event. Roasted? Deep fried? Dressing/stuffing in or out of bird?
    Happy Thanksgiving to all.

    We are deep frying our turkey, have been for the last several years. Also, we shot several Pheasants this morning on our annual Thanksgiving Pheasant hunt. Going to drop a couple of them in the oil as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    Happy Thanksgiving to all.

    We are deep frying our turkey, have been for the last several years. Also, we shot several Pheasants this morning on our annual Thanksgiving Pheasant hunt. Going to drop a couple of them in the oil as well.
    how long does a 15lb turkey take to deep fry?

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    Happy Thanksgiving Dirty Chooner and the rest of you losers!

    Dont start the consumption too early, or youll sleep through the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beerfish View Post
    A Canadian wishing all my southern friends a great thanksgiving day.

    Now, lets hear how you all cook your turkeys for the event. Roasted? Deep fried? Dressing/stuffing in or out of bird?
    Roasted; sausage stuffing in separate pan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    Roasted; sausage stuffing in separate pan.
    How else can you get the crispy, crusty top part of the stuffin? mmmmmmm

    IN the bird sounds just soggy.

    Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nike View Post
    how long does a 15lb turkey take to deep fry?
    About 3.5 minutes per pound with the oil at 350 degrees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    About 3.5 minutes per pound with the oil at 350 degrees.
    thanks neighbor is dunking mine for me and i was wondering how many beers to take along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdJETSetter View Post
    How else can you get the crispy, crusty top part of the stuffin? mmmmmmm

    IN the bird sounds just soggy.

    Enjoy!
    Exactly. Plus, as a former chef, I know that undercooked stuffing can make all your Thanksgiving Day guests very ill. Usually, by the time the stuffing reaches the kill zone for bacteria, you've overcooked the meat.

    You folks doing the stuffing in the bird, make sure you get an accurate internal reading on the stuffing with an instant read thermometer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nike View Post
    thanks neighbor is dunking mine for me and i was wondering how many beers to take along.
    No problem. Just make sure the fryer is away from the house and not on a deck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    No problem. Just make sure the fryer is away from the house and not on a deck.
    Dont worry about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    No problem. Just make sure the fryer is away from the house and not on a deck.
    I thought in the family room was the best place to fry it off. That way, all the family can gather around to "ooh and aah" at your cooking dexterity and the prized final result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    No problem. Just make sure the fryer is away from the house and not on a deck.
    no worries hes got an elaborate outdoor kitchen and the fryer is actually set up in his built in fire pit so any spillage he burns off later tonight during the game.

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    My mother always used to put stuffing in the bird and some out. I always cook it out of the bird so it does not get too moist and I also believe it affects how the bird cooks.

    Dang, I should have done what I have done in past years and celebrated USA thanksgiving as well by cooking a bird, staying home and watching Fball.

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