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HDRider

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I hope everyone is with the ones they love and that we do take the time to be thankful.

Happy Thanksgiving CTers past and present.

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Happy Thanksgiving to all.
We all have a lot to be thankful for.
(but I'm also thankful this holiday only comes once a year too. Too much cooking, too much eating. I made Mexican flan yesterday and it came out great .... but only after the 1st attempt at the caramel was a complete rock hard failure)
 

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Happy Thanksgiving all!! We are celebrating TG with our traditional week long hunting with family. We have 10 family members here from Rhode Island. Wall to wall air mattresses for a week. I don't do any cooking - sister & niece pretty much do everything. I just get to go out hunting as I want to. Haven't gotten one yet. Nephew Phil got a nice 8 point this am.
 

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We all talk often about the loss between live weight and hanging wt, and between HW and take home cuts in cattle, but the loss in a turkey must be a lot more than 40%.
I cooked (in electric roaster) an unstuffed 15.5 lb turkey last night. When I got it all broken down/deboned, I suspect there was only about 5-6 lbs of meat there.
 

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