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Old 01-09-2012, 10:33 PM
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after seeing/submitting all the tasty food stuff lately, i think this should be the start of the"foody" thread.
i'll gat it kicked off with a turkey i baked today

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lets see what goodies you all are making.


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A few months ago, but I love the photo.
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From a well stocked mountain reservoir nearby.
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looks great
love the jalapenos

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I'm not that far from you Casey. Only about 45 minutes. Any time you want to bake a turkey randomly on a Monday my wife and I will come over for dinner..... Baking turkey's in my family is usually reserved for holidays!

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Whole hog BBQ!!! I'm drooling!! Let me know when you do the next one, I'll bring the beer!

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Over the weekend I made a Turkey/Chicken Dumpling soup. I had a frozen turkey breast carcass from a turkey I smoked for Thanksgiving. So I made the stock from the breast and then threw in some chicken, carrots, celery and onion. Made the dumpings from scratch, mighty tasty soup. But no photos.
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Good thread Casey, I love to cook...and you reminded me that I was going to prep a stew for the crock for the morning! Too late now... Good looking bird, roasting turkey's for a Monday dinner? That's dedication.

Tom, I saw the picture in your album and love it. I have to ask, did you add some liquid when you baked or roasted that? That mix of red potatoes, red onion, lime, cilantro, jala's looks great and I hope they cooked down into a nice chutney.

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Wow, that pig looks delicious! I have nothing to show, but I'm hungry now!!
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