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Old 11-24-2013, 10:48 AM   #71
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Gotcha! Yes, I think it's better to serve it cut into portions. People don't like to feel like they're taking too much. Except when they can gnaw a big ol' turkey drumstick in the privacy of their own home
Oh, I'll gnaw on one in public and holler for Grog while I'm at it.
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Oh, I'll gnaw on one in public and holler for Grog while I'm at it.
Not everyone can pull that off ... but the Ogress can
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Oh, I'll gnaw on one in public and holler for Grog while I'm at it.

Next time you come for Thanksgiving dinner, I'll save all the drumsticks for you!
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Next time you come for Thanksgiving dinner, I'll save all the drumsticks for you!
You sure you want a couple of untamed Ogres at your table???
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You sure you want a couple of untamed Ogres at your table???

Yes! I think you would fit in well with my family!
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LOL!!! Thanks!
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Old 11-26-2013, 03:24 AM   #77
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When I worked the Fair in Puyallup, Wa. they had a stand that sold only roasted turkey legs. A very big favorite by the amount of folks you saw walking around gnawing on their leg.
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Them bones, them bones, them turkey leg bones. Started the stock with 4 turkey legs. Picked the meat and the bones are now roasting along with 2 wings and vegis. Back to the pot everything will go for a nice, long, slow simmer. Stock will get strained, reduced and fat skimmed.
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When I worked the Fair in Puyallup, Wa. they had a stand that sold only roasted turkey legs. A very big favorite by the amount of folks you saw walking around gnawing on their leg.
We have a believe it or not a gas station (convenience store) that sells fried chicken. Its actually great fried chicken.
They also sell turkey legs. Never tried one, but I might now.

I found lots of smoked turkey legs at the grocery store yesterday. I bought one pack for beans. To try out, in place of smoked hocks.
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I do stand outside in every rainstorm hoping it will help me grow. If that doesn't start working soon, I am going to have to find some cow patties to stand in.



Addie, When you come to my house I'll politely have to ask you to remove your shoes.

Good luck on growing up. I'm going the Peter Pan route. I don't want to.


Sorry to dredge up an old thread but I bought a turkey for $.79 a pound and butchered it into parts. Gonna roast a wing tonight and was surfing for ideas for future meals.

Thanks for the ideas in this thread and I'm sure I'll find more as I delve deeper into the past.
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Turkey Drumsticks - Crockpot vs. Oven I bought some turkey drumsticks for dinner and I was wondering what method of cooking you woulld recommend. I'm considering doing them in the crockpot but I don't want them to disintegrate. I also would like to know what temperature is best for oven roasting in this case. I have the following ingredients list: 3.5 pounds turkey drumsticks 1/8 cup coconut oil 1/8 cup olive oil 1/2 cup Chardonnay 1 cup diced tomatoes 2 tablespoons dried thyme 2 tablespoons dried sage 2 tablespoons dried rosemary 2 tablespoons chopped garlic 1/4 cup chopped carrots 1/4 cup chopped celery 1 chopped onion I've adopted this from a recipe on epicurious.com. Ideally the drumsticks would come as moist and as possible tender without falling apart. Thanks for the advice, Jonathan. 3 stars 1 reviews
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