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Bullhog
Member

USA
462 Posts

Posted - 11/30/2008 :  18:33:03  Show Profile
I got sick of turkey all day on Thanksgiving and leftovers on Friday that I smoked 6 racks of baby backs and two butts on Saturday for a small get together with some friends. Just wanted to know if anyone else did the same after all that bird was consumed??? Nice to get back to the pig.

Bullhogs BBQ
Hendersonville, TN
"Never grab a pig by the horns!"
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Texanx5
Moderator

USA
2069 Posts

Posted - 11/30/2008 :  18:36:38  Show Profile
I'm still enjoying mine. Made some gumbo today, may make some green chili enchiladas with some of it tomorrow then turkey salad if any more but I do love smoked Turkey.



Dewayne
ddg (Texanx5)

Old Smokey
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Stumps Smokers gf222CM
Stumps Smokers SW42x6 off-set

Between N.East ALABAMA and N.E. Texas but soon to be in the Baton Rouge area of La

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chuckbqn
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USA
1655 Posts

Posted - 11/30/2008 :  18:42:08  Show Profile  Send chuckbqn a Yahoo! Message
Iam done with that bird until next year PRIME RIB for christmas

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Bullhog
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USA
462 Posts

Posted - 11/30/2008 :  18:43:20  Show Profile
Oh I love smoked turkey too. I smoked one late Wednesday night for Thanksgiving dinner. We had my smoked one and my sister's rosted one and I took the leftovers home for sandwiches on Friday and Saturday. I just got "turkeyed out" from 3 straight days of turkey and needed some pork.

Bullhogs BBQ
Hendersonville, TN
"Never grab a pig by the horns!"
Stumps GF223

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bigabyte
Member

USA
440 Posts

Posted - 11/30/2008 :  19:48:24  Show Profile
I've been enjoying the club sandwiches, so not tired of it just yet. However, one more sandwich may just put me over the edge. I'm gonna make a batch of gumbo out of the rest of the turkey and ham along with some bacon and leftover smoked sausage. I'll divide it up in a bunch of those single-serve ziploc bowls with the tight fitting lids and freeze 'em. Makes some great lunches.


Chris Baker
Mad BBQ Scientist
When my lab fills with smoke, that means it's working!

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SoEzzy
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USA
437 Posts

Posted - 11/30/2008 :  22:35:41  Show Profile  Visit SoEzzy's Homepage
Feeding the Pirahna in my house, a 20 lb Turkey lasts 3 to 3 1/2 days if I stretch it out a little!

"There is no such thing as a little garlic" A. Baer
KCBS certified barbecue judge.

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CentexBear
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USA
105 Posts

Posted - 11/30/2008 :  22:36:06  Show Profile
mmmm y'all are makin me hungry!!



Jeff
Fort Worth, Texas
Baylor Bear Fan
Old Country 20" offset
Weber 22" OTG

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stubba
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USA
686 Posts

Posted - 12/02/2008 :  14:24:21  Show Profile
I've had so much turkey in the last couple of weeks I don't want to see one for at least 6 months. I'm ready for some pig feel like smoking up some spares this weekend with slaw cornbread and beans. I haven't had ribs in over a month and my mouth is watering just writting this.

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bigabyte
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USA
440 Posts

Posted - 12/02/2008 :  14:37:35  Show Profile
I'm tired of sandwiches. With my remaining turkey and ham leftovers I made up some Gumbo yesterday, and some Turkey, Ham and Cheese Soup today, divided up into little single-serve containers and frozen. I ate some of the gumbo yesterday, and the soup today. May have some more of them tomorrow.


Chris Baker
Mad BBQ Scientist
When my lab fills with smoke, that means it's working!

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mountainpitbbq
Member

China
3249 Posts

Posted - 12/02/2008 :  17:30:09  Show Profile
Was laid up w/ bronchitis, so my step-daughter did the bird this year. A 12 lber. for the 3 of us, and I must admit she did a great job w/ the bird and the sides That being said, I have cabin fever big time, so-TIME TO DO SOME RIBS

-Dave Putnam Valley NY Peoria Custom Cooker Backyard 24x48 w/ firebox grill Go 29 car

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Posted - 12/02/2008 :  18:55:18  Show Profile
I heard ribs were good for bronchitis.. watcha waitn 4???

Bob

BBQ Capital of the World, Lindenhurst,NY
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