Deep-Fried Turducken, Anyone?

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My neighbor (the yeti that I mention on occasion) served one in his backyard today. Only his wasn't really a turducken, because his turducken was stuffed inside a pig. I don't know and don't even want to know what that's called. [Freak]
 

moribundman

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Yes, thank you, it was a pigturducken. It surely looked deep-fried. I smelled it before I saw it. I'll be having night terrors.
 
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On the old Shooters Online, I saw how to deep fry a turky without cremating yourself. I was amazed and appalled. I was even suprised that you can buy that much oil without a licence
 

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I'm sure the oil keeps getting used over and over. A couple weeks ago I saw my neighbor unload an old clawfoot bathtub from his truck. I wonder if he ghetto-rigged a giant deep fryer. [Freak]
 
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Seems like there is a frying mania on BiTOG, but I don't think it's world wide (or even some bloom in the USA) As for Mori - are you sure? How many people were there to eat the thing? You weren't invited? Somehow I doubt he deep fried the sucker without you hearing and smelling it. You don't exactly live on 5 acre plots do you? One photo you are crowded at the "happy bay".
 
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Yeah, I doubt it would have been fried. I understand the turkey (well sort of), in that boiling oil gets all the way through the cavity, and cooks it rapidly. A lump of meat 1 foot thick wouldn't take to that very well. Even roasted, I'd guess a pigturducken would release a WHOLE lot of grease.
 
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