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Fresh turkey breast from yesterdays harvest. My son who was with me insisted we eat some of it right away. So I wrapped one piece in bacon and the other piece of the breast I stuffed with cream cheese and jalapeños and wrapped it in bacon as well. My boys crushed the plain one.....and insist on going out more to try and tag out. fc66637dd8aa3fd98444bc1af2b25402.jpg

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17 minutes ago, The_Real_TCIII said:

Soaked wild turkey strips in buttermilk/Frank's and then breaded and into the oil they went 97401b61715b9003de8488b03fde3db9.jpgc3bc9c51a0cf95afac7675d8d0dcc308.jpgb19a7a3ca3b052f0e45f1d58f082be53.jpg579a141a88fff5f160d74000cb904440.jpg18565ab2fc56e3509db59d657fbed165.jpg


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Should have borrowed TF’s air fryer!  LOL!!!!

Looks awesome!

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New twist last night to the pizza game. Had some extra doughs from the weekend so made Stromboli (sundried tomatoes -mozzarella & meat and provolone) and some cast iron pies.
Stromboli came great - caste iron was ok-not exactly the “deep dish” feel we wanted


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13 hours ago, The_Real_TCIII said:

Soaked wild turkey strips in buttermilk/Frank's and then breaded and into the oil they went 97401b61715b9003de8488b03fde3db9.jpgc3bc9c51a0cf95afac7675d8d0dcc308.jpgb19a7a3ca3b052f0e45f1d58f082be53.jpg579a141a88fff5f160d74000cb904440.jpg18565ab2fc56e3509db59d657fbed165.jpg


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Tacks, how does it taste with the Franks in the milk? I did deep fried turkey strips a few weeks ago,  I dip them in flour, then egg, then panko breadcrumbs, then fry. Shake them in franks and butter (medium/hot) they were delicious!

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I had a cook when I had a restaurant that soaked his chicken in buttermilk, Franks, and cayenne, plus some other stuff he would never let anyone see.  He had awesome Fried Chicken!! 

I'm going to try this on the next turkey. 

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15 hours ago, The_Real_TCIII said:

Soaked wild turkey strips in buttermilk/Frank's and then breaded and into the oil they went c3bc9c51a0cf95afac7675d8d0dcc308.jpg
 



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That right there is how its done!! Almost make me actually get out this year lol.

 

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1 hour ago, 2012_taco said:

Tacks, how does it taste with the Franks in the milk? I did deep fried turkey strips a few weeks ago,  I dip them in flour, then egg, then panko breadcrumbs, then fry. Shake them in franks and butter (medium/hot) they were delicious!

Pretty darn good and not hot, which I like. The other breast is reserved for your tetrazzini

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49 minutes ago, Otto said:

I had a cook when I had a restaurant that soaked his chicken in buttermilk, Franks, and cayenne, plus some other stuff he would never let anyone see.  He had awesome Fried Chicken!! 

I'm going to try this on the next turkey. 

Did you call him Colonel? 

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