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Old 11-14-2013, 07:25 PM   #1
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My New Turkey Recipe

MMMMMM Bacony!

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Old 11-14-2013, 07:27 PM   #2
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Old 11-14-2013, 07:29 PM   #3
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That is quite a nice weave. Real Martha Stewart ish. Is that your recipe David?
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That is quite a nice weave. Real Martha Stewart ish. Is that your recipe David?
I can neither confirm nor deny if that is my recipe!

I'd sure like to try to bake it. It would smell Heavenly!

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I'll bring the beer!
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Wonder what kind of wine you would have with that ?
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Old 11-14-2013, 07:58 PM   #7
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My cholesterol levels went up just seeing that turkey. . Fine job weaving though. My Doctor would quit being my Dr. if I ate any of that bird.
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I love bacon, but I've never understood wrapping expensive scallops in cheap bacon. Same with filet mignon. I can think of other things ( like butter ) if you need fat on a lean meat.
As for turkey, go ahead, wrap it in bacon. Can't make it less appealing to me.
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How do you suppose they got it to stay?? LOL
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Yummm... BACON!
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Mmmmm....bacon.....

Bacon wrapping imparts great flavour to many things. A while back I smoked a fattie wrapped in bacon, along with some pork ribs, and it turned out great.

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Nothing wrong with that. Looks great and expect tastes and smells the same.
But, that's entirely different than wrapping the sweet, delicate meat of a scallop in the overpowering pork flavour of bacon.
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Jim,

What is a 'fattie'?

As to bacon, Ginny and I each eat one strip a day and have an egg a day and both have low cholesterol.

I've often wondered about cholesterol. I worked with a guy who ate carefully, took meds swam a mile virtually every lunch and had high cholesterol. Another guy was well overweight, popped eclairs and had low cholesterol.

So much of medicine is still a mystery, at least too me.
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One word... genetics.
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