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Old 11-25-2010, 03:13 PM   #21
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When I flipped mine the wings fell off.

That NEVER happened before. So I have a wingless bird now. Goood thing I'm the only one that likes the wings.
Now it's an emu...
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Now it's an emu...
What sides would you serve with that????
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What sides would you serve with that????
A huge batch of cranberry sauce.
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I typically use something long and straight, like a wooden spoon, and a meat fork. I don't spear the turkey with the fork, but I do push it a bit into the turkey to have more control during the flipping.
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