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I am salivating.

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We dont bother with turkey I like chicken best.

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I have never cooked a whole chicken either so I don't know how to compare the experience.

Before I forget... sometime around 2:30AM I woke up and went to check on the turkey. Yay, it is really defrosted and cooking now but it looks like a bleached blond turkey so I know it isn't done yet. I baste it again and go back to bed. When I wake up I go back and look at the turkey. That iron thing has fallen off the legs so I take it off and there is like this real tiny sliver of turkey stuck to the wire so I pull that off and taste it... The turkey is done but it still has that bleached look to it even though what I tasted was very good. Ah well, I promised a turkey so here we go...

When my wife and I got to church she looked at the turkey and promptly picked it up and put it in the churches oven without the foil tent on it. I asked her what she was doing and she told me she was browning it. Browning? Why didn't any of those websites tell me about that? Anyway, she had the bird in the oven all through the morning Bible study and song service (roughly 90 minutes at 225 degrees) and my turkey went from a bleached out blond to a beach bronzed super turkey. Weird thing though, when we went to carve the turkey we noticed two things... first, the meat was falling of the bones, we could have carved it with a spoon emoticon and second, there was a brown paper bag inside the turkey with the giblets, livers, and heart in it. I thought that was the plastic bag I had pulled out earlier but this turkey was different and had both the traditional stuff (that was cooked with the turkey) and a special turkey gravy packet which is what I had pulled out. My mom took the giblets and stuff and made turkey gravy the old fashioned way in less than 5 minutes so everything was ready when the fellowship hall was opened.

Almost 50 people converged on the tables with all the food and the turkey was totally gone in the very first pass! The roast beef and chicken managed to make it through rounds 2 and 3 (in all we served over 150 meals to needy families which is a new record for our little church). emoticon

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Ahhhhhhh, nice ending to your story. emoticon

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