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RE: Re: Pineapple for back pain NOW Way OT

Don't you guys deep fry them down there! LOL!

DH works at a meat packing plant (nope, not the butcher- he is the
maintenance fix it person)... anyways, first year he brought home a
fresh turkey, took one look at it, and asked if he could make it look
like one that came from a store LOL!.... still had the head, neck, feet
attached! (not to mention it was so fresh- it was still warm!)


> I've never cooked a turkey so I have NO clue what y'all are talking
> about!!
> Pam Evans
> Kemp, TX
> zone 8A

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