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Title: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: brattkids2 on November 20, 2004, 01:35:30 AM
Since it is close to turkey day here in the US I was wondering what everybody's preference was.

I like dark meat.

Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: BuffettBarbie on November 20, 2004, 01:59:43 AM
I'm not picky...  Either one is good.  I LOVE turkey-time!  Ah, what glorious things you can do with leftover yard-brid!  Turkey-mashed potato-gravy sandwiches, turkey quesadillas, turkey salad, turkey-ala-king, turkey noodle soup, straight up turkey at 3 am....

Ooh, but I am hoping my host will deep-fry a Tur-Duck-en this year!  They are soooo delicious!

Many hugs!  And Happy Thanksgiving!

Chris  :)
Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: LesleyR on November 20, 2004, 03:39:02 AM
ah thanksgiving.....i have to say i like the white meat more.  turducken is also amazing (rEALLY heavy though) i have yet to try fried utrkey, but i hear its delicious (even though sometimes it will set your stove on fire.  its probably worth it)

happy thanksgiving everyone
Lesley :)
Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: goose on November 20, 2004, 05:37:17 PM
White meat for me...

You guys like Tur-Duck-en?  I though it was icky, but it could have been the way the Hubby cooked it that one year.   ;D

Goose
Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: faith on November 21, 2004, 12:43:23 PM
For the benefit of us guys in the UK, what on earth is Turducken?

Happy Thanksgiving to you all!   ;D

Faith x
Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: heather k from wales on November 21, 2004, 03:21:23 PM
It sounds like a cross between Turkey Duck and Chicken!, maybe our friends from across the pond have some funny breeds of birdies which we dont know about??  You know, like the Zeedonk, a cross-breed of zebra and donkey!.

Dont know, please tell us...by the way is there chocolate in the recipe??

Heather ;)

PS: I love a turkey, stuffing and cranberry butty on nice fresh homemade bread. :D
Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: LesleyR on November 21, 2004, 06:18:01 PM
turducken is a chicken stuffed into a duck which is then stuffed into a turkey.  its actually pretty good, but it takes a very long time to cook
Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: rozzzie on November 23, 2004, 08:44:56 PM
Turducken - the origional was boneless - chicken in a duck in a turkey with 3 different dressings.  Takes forever to cook, but it is soooo.... good!

Please, DO NOT EVER fry a tyrkey in the kitchen.  Even the electric turkey friers would be dangerous just because of all the oil.  You need 3-4 gallons to fry a 10-12 pound bird.  They are very good.

Love white meat if it's jucy but dark is also just fine.

Rozzzie
Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: gimpybecks on November 24, 2004, 12:06:14 AM
white meat...definitely.

always wanted to try deep fried turkey...was at a bonfire on sat. and they had it and i didn't know till it was all gone.

turducken...sounds...interesting. love turkey and chicken, never had duck.  try anything once!

Happy Turkey Day, y'all!!!!
Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: Macrs7 on November 24, 2004, 06:02:28 AM
I like white better but will eat both. Deep fried turkey is awesome. I like it better thatn roasting it in the oven.

Have a great Thanksgiving everyone

Robyn
Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: ariel on January 15, 2005, 02:24:16 AM
If I'm eating meat, guess it would be lamb chops with a bit of salt and mustard on ;) - add to that a bit of chinese stir fry and a bread cob.
Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: shadehawk on January 21, 2005, 01:45:25 AM
white turkey meat, it is the best..............
Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: fed_up_in_freddy on January 22, 2005, 06:53:58 AM
Always white...and my family hates me because I am so picky about bones or veiny pieces or any fat or skin...LOL...Heather.
Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: ceoshea on October 17, 2007, 12:54:51 PM
Always white, dark is yucky
Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: deez on October 17, 2007, 02:19:27 PM
I like both white and dark!
Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: coolmum on October 19, 2007, 06:29:44 AM
We dont do turkey here in OZ as much as you guys in the US.  Although I do love turkey and chicken.  As a matter of fact..................I bought a baby turkey the other day, to be with our chickens, its name it GOBBLES and Im not sure if I can bring myself to eat it next christmas, I think it may be a part of the family by then! ;)
Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: deez on October 20, 2007, 06:20:16 PM
LOL Coolmum!  I would feel the same way about Gobbles - I could never eat something that I've raised.  I just get too attached.  I would make a terrible farmer, LOL!

Dee
Title: Re: Turkey: white meat or dark meat???
Post by: Nikadi on December 10, 2007, 01:19:57 AM
... I'm a veghead =D