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How to cook your thanksgiving turkey...

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I haven't been posting much lately... between Avery injurys, and appointments, and Jadens hectic schedule, combine that with business, which for some reason is insane lately, and getting ready for the hunt, has left me with very little time to spare......

 

However, Sunday, or Monday, depending on the weather, I am going to take my day and cook my frigging turkey.. and not check email, or worry, but give thanks for the way things are, and be grateful for all the friends and family i have...

 

If ya wanna take some time off try this.

 

This works in Internet Explorer... I posted this a couple of years ago, and thought it was worth revisiting.

 

http://ontariofishingreels.com/duenorthepisode2.html

 

if ya wanna download it go here..

 

http://www.ontariofishingreels.com/duenorth/episode2.wmv

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we are celebrating our first canadian thanksgiving here in the US. I have my bro in law here with his wife and my nephew.

 

We are doing our first ever full turkey dinner....

 

17lbs of white and dark are going into the oven on sunday.

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but give thanks for the way things are, and be grateful for all the friends and family i have

 

Me too.

 

I,ll be having my wild bird from this spring hunt. WITH FAMILY.

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For those readers that are either single or have no children as a couple, you may consider buying a single Turkey breast instead of the whole bird.

I have on several occasions used a slow cooker, overnight with excellent results. ;)

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The Deja Vu-deo!!! :w00t:

 

Quick!... sombody give T.J a math test!!! ;)

 

That looks like a very tasty way to cook a bird Bossman!!!... but I'd have to stand guard over mine with a shotgun to protect it against the neighborhood cats, dogs, and the FF nextdoor! :rolleyes:

 

Thanks for takin the time to post that!!! :thumbsup_anim:

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