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For those who like glaze and sugared meat

Posted by cynic (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 18, 12 at 6:17

Who's going to try a TurDunkin'?
The turDunkin’ is a turkey brined in Dunkin’ Donuts coolattas, stuffed with munchkins and served with coffee gravy and mashed hash browns.

I won't, but then I won't be trying a Turbriskafil this year either!


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RE: For those who like glaze and sugared meat

Cynic, that's just gross!!!!
I like roasts plain, with gravy, hams plain with mustard, turkey and chickens roasted.

But I also love chicken pieces in a sauce of some sort....whether it's a flavourful chicken broth like chicken marabella, simmered in a cacciatore type sauce, etc.

Ribs I like them with a spice rub then barbecue sauce brushed on. I don't like plain, naked roasted ribs. They are boring.


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uggggggggggggggggggh.......I agree sounds gross...


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I think it sound absolutely dreadful My husband thinks it sounds wonderful *LOL*


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I'm shuddering just reading that recipe. Jak1--LOL--you should make it for T-giving just for him.


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Sounds interesting but not in a good way. I'd try it though if someone would want to make it. I'd only hope that the regular turkey would be made also. I can't imagine I'd like it at all.


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The sprinkles are what caught my eye!


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