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Anybody have a good wild turkey cooking method/recipe that actually makes the bird edible ?
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Best Wild Turkey recipe is to drink it with a little branch. Just ask for Bourbon and Branch.
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We just fry it. Small bite size hunks. Not too thick, even at that. It can be tough. I mean tough as woodpecker lips.
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We fry the breast in thin strips like chicken fingers, make sure to clean all the shiny skin off the breast. The dark meat is really good cooked in a crock pot with wild rice and cream of mushroom soup.
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Go to Kroger.
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I make carnitas out out the legs and they are pretty good.
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Deep fried whole. I didn't know there was another way.
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