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    Wild Turkey and wild turkeys

    Well, Sunday morning I finally filled my turkey tag on the last day of the season. What better way to celebrate the hard work I put into getting that gobbler than to pour a nice big glass of Wild Turkey 101. Man that was satisfying!! I hope he will taste that good!!!

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    Re: Wild Turkey and wild turkeys

    Cheers, & congrats!
    There are two ways of getting home; and one of them is to stay there. - GK Chesterton

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    Re: Wild Turkey and wild turkeys

    What do you do with wild turkeys? If the answer is "eat them," how are they prepared? Do they bear any resemblance to domesticated turkey? How many did you take?

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    Best way to eat them is to fry the breast. That is about all there is to them. They taste better than domesticated turkeys in my opinion. I have not had a chance to go yet this year, but I have drank some Wild Turkey.

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    Re: Wild Turkey and wild turkeys

    Tastes like chicken.
    "Brown eyed women and red grenadine...
    the bottle was dusty but the liquor was clean." -Jerry Garcia

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    Re: Wild Turkey and wild turkeys

    Like TMckenzie stated, I like to deep fry them. I inject them with some Tony C "juice" and pop them in the deep fryer at 300*. Remember to cook wild game less time than domestic as it has less fat.

    Deep fried turkey is Awesome!!!! Here in Missouri we can only take 2 turkeys a season. I was only able to take 1.

    Now if they just came out with some Wild Crappie or Wild Catfish bourbon to drink for those occasions!

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    Re: Wild Turkey and wild turkeys

    Quote Originally Posted by kc outdoorsman View Post
    Now if they just came out with some Wild Crappie or Wild Catfish bourbon to drink for those occasions!
    Hmm, Wild Salmon Bourbon, that would be a big hit up here.

    Congrats on your turkey.

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    Re: Wild Turkey and wild turkeys

    I don't know what's going on since I am not a hunter.
    I prefer to buy my meat/poultry/seafood at a retail outlet.
    But I have had to brake hard and swerve to avoid wild turkeys on the the back roads this past week like I have never seen before.
    ovh

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    Re: Wild Turkey and wild turkeys

    At least now if you you hit one you'll know to deep fry it.

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    Re: Wild Turkey and wild turkeys

    Quote Originally Posted by OscarV View Post
    I don't know what's going on since I am not a hunter.
    I prefer to buy my meat/poultry/seafood at a retail outlet.
    But I have had to brake hard and swerve to avoid wild turkeys on the the back roads this past week like I have never seen before.
    Hey Oscar, wanna borrow my big net?!

 

 

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