Your Turkey: Fresh or Frozen?

  • conservativej...

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    Dec 20, 2010 6:59 PM GMT
    Not everyone will have Turkey for Christmas, but if you do, will your turkey be fresh or frozen?
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    Dec 20, 2010 6:59 PM GMT
    Fresh & Organic.
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    Dec 20, 2010 7:03 PM GMT
    Frozen. It is hard to find a fresh whole turkeys one in the stores downtown, but you can get fresh turkeys cut up. (and where is the fun in that?

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    Dec 20, 2010 7:07 PM GMT
    UpperCanadian saidFrozen. It is hard to find a fresh whole turkeys one in the stores downtown, but you can get fresh turkeys cut up. (and where is the fun in that?


    If they cook faster that way there's more time to play.
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    Dec 20, 2010 7:09 PM GMT
    BuddyinNYC said
    UpperCanadian saidFrozen. It is hard to find a fresh whole turkeys one in the stores downtown, but you can get fresh turkeys cut up. (and where is the fun in that?


    If they cook faster that way there's more time to play.


    Good point. icon_biggrin.gif

    (I was about to ask "where would I put the stuffing?," but I already figured it out
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    Dec 20, 2010 8:13 PM GMT
    Am I the only person who's not into roasted turkey?
    I'll buy turkey bacon, turkey pastrami, and turkey burgers, but I don't care for the taste of roasted turkey.

    For Thanksgiving and Christmas I usually have a bit of turkey because it's 'tradition' but otherwise meh...


    Oh and I go out to dinner for Christmas and I'm not really sure if the turkey is fresh or frozen.
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    Dec 20, 2010 9:13 PM GMT
    Ermine saidAm I the only person who's not into roasted turkey?
    I'll buy turkey bacon, turkey pastrami, and turkey burgers, but I don't care for the taste of roasted turkey.

    For Thanksgiving and Christmas I usually have a bit of turkey because it's 'tradition' but otherwise meh...


    Oh and I go out to dinner for Christmas and I'm not really sure if the turkey is fresh or frozen.


    That's cool. We also have roast beef most of the time. Then someone will typically bring ham.