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    Re: Butterball warns of a turkey shortage!

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    Re: Butterball warns of a turkey shortage!

    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaJohn View Post
    My condolences - being born without the humour gene must be very hard on you.
    I have a great sense of humor. For example, I am currently highly amused by the fact that you think your "joke" was funny!

    See, humor should generally involve something relevant. The posters here referring to Wild Turkey? Funny, because it's a play on words (tasty bird vs. liquor). The post about turkeys in the white house? Funny, because its another play on the word "turkey" referencing foolish, ignorant, or useless people. And relevant.

    Yours was just a non-sequitur. Family Guy can pull it off sometimes. You failed.
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    Re: Butterball warns of a turkey shortage!

    Quote Originally Posted by WCH View Post
    If you're planning on serving your family a fresh turkey this Thanksgiving, you may be hard pressed to find one available at your local supermarket.

    Less than two weeks before the year's greatest food holiday, Butterball, the nation's largest producer of turkeys, is warning of a shortage of birds.
    butterball doesn't sell fresh turkeys; they only sell hormone-induced, frozen pieces of crap. Any cook who uses butterball should be ashamed of him/herself.

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    Re: Butterball warns of a turkey shortage!

    Quote Originally Posted by Fisher View Post
    Why? Wild Turkey in my area at least is so tough and stringy that there is really no point killing one.
    Fry wild turkey don't bake it. Fry them whole in a deep fryer or cut it up, bread it and pan fry it in strips.
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    Re: Butterball warns of a turkey shortage!

    Let them eat caviar.

    Seriously, can't you just eat a chicken instead?

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    Re: Butterball warns of a turkey shortage!

    Quote Originally Posted by ItAin'tFree View Post
    Fry wild turkey don't bake it. Fry them whole in a deep fryer or cut it up, bread it and pan fry it in strips.
    I have tried it about every way possible. I will let them live and stick with my loss leader turkey from the grocery story (especially since the mutha is already in my freezer)

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    Re: Butterball warns of a turkey shortage!

    Quote Originally Posted by Fisher View Post
    Why? Wild Turkey in my area at least is so tough and stringy that there is really no point killing one.
    wild turkey is nothing like a domestic grown turkey that does nothing its entire life except sit in a pen....a wild turkey is muscular and tough, the only part thats good to eat is the breast. The best way to prepare it is to cut against the grain into strips, breaded and pan fried...as someone else mentioned you can deep fry the whole thing but you still must cut it against the grain, its tender and awseome, i like it better than venison tenderloin.....if you cut the breast with the grain it will be tough and stringy

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    Re: Butterball warns of a turkey shortage!

    Quote Originally Posted by fishinRod View Post
    wild turkey is nothing like a domestic grown turkey that does nothing its entire life except sit in a pen....a wild turkey is muscular and tough, the only part thats good to eat is the breast. The best way to prepare it is to cut against the grain into strips, breaded and pan fried...as someone else mentioned you can deep fry the whole thing but you still must cut it against the grain, its tender and awseome, i like it better than venison tenderloin.....if you cut the breast with the grain it will be tough and stringy
    Having been forced to eat many a wild turkey, the only way I find it edible is boiled and then finely chopped in gravy made from the broth, but still not worth the work. As for deer, it just depends. In my area the deer meat is not particularly great tasting, but I have had it from real rural areas where it is much better.

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    Re: Butterball warns of a turkey shortage!

    No biggie. Just get some cornish hens and call it a day.
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