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> How To Cook A Turkey, New advice
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post 12th Dec 2016, 08:58am
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Step 1 Buy a turkey
Step 2 Have a glass of Wine
Step 3 Stuff Turkey
Step 4 Have a glass of Wine
Step 5 Put turkey in Oven
Step 6 Relax and have another fewglasses of Wine
Step 7 Turk the bastey
Step 8 Wine of glasss another get
Step 9 Ponder the meat thermometer
Step 10 Glass yourself another pour of wine
Step 11 Bake the wine for 4 hours
Step 12 Take the oven out of the turkey
Step 13 Floor the turkey upoff the pick
Step 14 Turk the Carvey
Step 15 Gwet yourself anutter wottle of bine
Step 16 Tet the stable and pour yourself another gasof turkey
Step 17 Say grace, throw up and pass out.

See it is that easy

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post 12th Dec 2016, 02:22pm
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Can`t see how you call this new advice, I`ve been using this tried and tested method for years. biggrin.gif

Actually I use a Weber, to hot to cook inside here cool.gif

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