Re: [gardeners] Bar-B-Que

penny x stamm (
Thu, 8 Jul 1999 01:02:53 -0400

Allen, did you say two pounds of boneless meat per person???
I'm scratching my head in wonderment!  My hubby Jim would 
love to live in your house!  Perhaps your two pounds are intended
for teenage boys...? 

Do you have 50 people for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner? How 
can you use up a roasted turkey, a BBQ turkey, and a deep fried
turkey at the same meal...? In fact, how does one deep fry a turkey? 
In a gallon of oil in a wash tub..? I can't imagine any pot large
I have a 20 qt cooking pot in which I make special Chinese ribs --
perhaps that would hold it.....

Also, just what is a "turkey cooker" ? 

One night back in WW-II  I found myself all alone on Thanksgiving 
for the very first time in my entire life, and I have to admit that the 
tears were flowing. My hubby's Army company was being moved, 
and I was somewheres in the very deep south -- perhaps Knoxville,
Tennessee.  My landlady took pity on me, and brought up a plate of
holiday fixin's to my room, to chase away the gloom.. 

However, the turkey was coated with a sweet batter, so it must have 
been fried. It was not exactly to my taste, but beggars cannot be
choosers, as we all know.  Have never come across it since.....

Penny, NY

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