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    No other way to cook a turkey IMHO

    Wrapped in Pancheta (Italian Bacon)

    OMG!

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    OK that looks good! I think I wrote a post earlier today saying that everything tastes better with bacon. Thanks for proving my point.

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    <speechless>



    <speechless>

    Is this just a pic - or did you actually eat? Make?

    I mean bacon, i.e. panchetta is betta, always enhances foods - but ...

    <still speechless!>

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    Senior Member DDYTDY's Avatar
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    Thats a 25lb fatty bird from a local farm. My wife woke up at 3:00 to start it.

    It tasted much better then it looked.

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    Thanks for the idea. I have a turkey that I'm going to cook for next week!!

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    The saturated fatcount is innumerable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ123 View Post
    The saturated fatcount is innumerable.
    Yeah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ123 View Post
    The saturated fatcount is innumerable.
    Gee thanks.

    *Listening to Mich screaming in the background of my mind*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siu Blue Wind View Post
    *Listening to Mich screaming in the background of my mind*
    If you'd like I can call you up with further details!
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    No thank you. I really don't want to hear a lecture.

    But I'll see you tonite when I get back. If you promise not to lecture me....

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    Just perused this thread again. And once again I'm ...

    But OK, past that one, specially since I'm also a bacon luver --- out of curiosity - you stuff that big bird?

    And ... with what?

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    If I told my Doctor about something like this he would just hand me a gun and say "get it over with".

    Still....

    I gotta get one of those!

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    If you were to eat that blob of animal fat, wait like 1-2 hours, remove some blood and let it separate in a test tube, you will see a much blobbier array or fatty oil on the top than usual. Yuck. No clogged arteries please.

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    Through diet and biking I got my cholesterol down 75 points.!

    Yesterday it Must have went up 80 points between the bacon and the cheese plate.

    Cheese:

    Vachvrin

    Morbier

    Ombra

    Shropshire Blue

    Truffle Cheese.

    The bird was stuffed with fennel and sausage stuffing made with sourdough and brioche bread.

    MMMmmmmMMMmmmm

    I did ride 12 miles off road on my fixed cyclocross bike this morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDYTDY View Post
    Through diet and biking I got my cholesterol down 75 points.!

    Yesterday it Must have went up 80 points between the bacon and the cheese plate.

    Cheese:

    Vachvrin

    Morbier

    Ombra

    Shropshire Blue

    Truffle Cheese.

    The bird was stuffed with fennel and sausage stuffing made with sourdough and brioche bread.

    MMMmmmmMMMmmmm

    I did ride 12 miles off road on my fixed cyclocross bike this morning.
    o.o
    .()

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    everything tastes better wrapped in panchetta

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    Looks like a heart attack in a roasting pan. But nevertheless. I'd go for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ123 View Post
    If you were to eat that blob of animal fat, wait like 1-2 hours, remove some blood and let it separate in a test tube, you will see a much blobbier array or fatty oil on the top than usual. Yuck. No clogged arteries please.
    OH GAWWWWWWWD!!!

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    That made me weak in the knees

    Quote Originally Posted by EJ123 View Post
    If you were to eat that blob of animal fat, wait like 1-2 hours, remove some blood and let it separate in a test tube, you will see a much blobbier array or fatty oil on the top than usual. Yuck. No clogged arteries please.
    That made me weak in the knees..:0(
    May you find the joy and peace you long for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DDYTDY View Post
    Through diet and biking I got my cholesterol down 75 points.!
    ...
    If that happens to me, I'm dead.

    How do you cook that so that the bird gets cooked, and the bacon doesn't get burned?
    The search for inner peace continues...

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    Quote Originally Posted by USAZorro View Post
    If that happens to me, I'm dead.

    How do you cook that so that the bird gets cooked, and the bacon doesn't get burned?
    Very carefully.

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    I love putting bacon on various items to keep them moist. I have never tried it on a turkey and will have to give it a shot very soon.

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