By Gary Dudak
Nov 21, 2012
And keep an eye on the hungry pets at all times.
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I tried a deep fried turkey-- it was great the first day, but when i cut some slices off of the breast the next day for sandwiches, it tasted like old grease. Went back to roasting or smoking
Didn't Archimedes already figured it out and had told us that water/liquid expand if solid/mass is added to it? If the container is smaller than the total water and mass volume, the water will overflow? You know, the famous "EURICA" moment.Guess words have not trickled down to some people after 2300 years because they are so far removed from anything intelligent.
When they do these demo's, they always overfill it with oil so it overflows. No kidding!!! there's a line on the drum for how much oil to put in. Do that, and you'll be ok. And yes, read the instructions!!!
Alton Brown did an entire Good Eats episode on frying turkeys - worth watching if only to see the rig he came up with to lower the bird into the fryer - and (if I remember correctly) he put the bird in the cold, empty fryer then filled it with oil (just enough to entirely submerge the bird with maybe an extra inch or 2 covering it), removed the turkey then turned on the gas. That way the inevitable displacement of fluid was factored in and overflow wasn't a problem. But yeah, the fire department demos of these things are *great*....if they didn't intentionally overfill, the demo wouldn't work...
It never ceases to amaze me how much ingenuity people can bring to bear on how to destroy where they live!
The whole deep fried turkey blaze can be avoided real easy. All you have to do is read the instructions. Of course, you have to be able to read to follow the instructions.
I smoked one once in a little red smoker, it took 7 hours and the skin looked (and tasted) like golden plastic. The inside was still pink (from the smoke) so most people wouldn't eat it. That was still better than when we deep fried one, impossible to keep the temperature adjusted on the cooker and it came out all greasy and gave me heartburn. I don't understand all the fuss.
One would think with this handy dandy thing they call the internet people would actually look at at least a couple do's and donts' before trying to fry a turkey, but then again #cantfixstupid
Well, I guess I won't drop a fifteen pound block of ice in the fryer... and how do you burn a turkey like that... leave the house for the day and forget about it?
Actually, I can't help but wonder if the "burnt" turkey is actually a Thompson's turkey, peel off the black and you have the most succulent turkey you've ever eaten.
I thought it looked more like they\'d painted the thing black - seems like if it was burned that badly the skin would be cracked and crinkled-up...