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Old 12-14-2019, 12:53 PM   #1709
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Sister has cancer and I've been running her around between diagnosis and treatment appointments.
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Fuck cancer.

I wish for the least amount of pain for her, and your family. Been there a few times with relatives.
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Old 12-14-2019, 03:26 PM   #1710
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My sincere condolences. It's a blessing that you can be there for her.
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Old 12-14-2019, 05:21 PM   #1711
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Old 12-14-2019, 05:34 PM   #1712
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Again, this is another example of needing the "that f-ing sucks" button. Hoping your sister the best. God bless.
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Christmas broccoli beef.
Well, it looks like your dinner turned out better than ours.

Yep, we received this turporken from Cajun country. It weighed in at about 5 pounds. Now, the instructions on the tag said to bake it (covered) at 375 degrees F for 3 hours, uncover it and cook it for another 1 hour.

Now, that seemed to be a lot of cooking, so I looked it up on their web site, sure enough, it said the same thing. So, I popped that Cajun seasoned roll of turkey/pork tender loin/chicken in the oven and took a 2 hour nap.

My first mistake was to follow their cooking instructions, my second mistake was taking a nap while it was cooking. After 2 hours, I woke up, checked the internal temperature in several places with two different thermometers.

The average internal temperature was 211 degrees F!

Shit! So I yanked it out of the oven. When I tried to unwrap the netting off the burnt piece of meat, it had "fused" with the outer part and when I finally got it off it took most of the seasoning with it.

I tried to cut it with my sharpest knife without success. I was about to get my sawsall to "carve" it, but just decided to beat it to pieces with a hammer.

OK, family, back to the heavy horse-du-vers, then we will have desert. (yes, I know - JD001 already caught it).




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Old 12-26-2019, 06:33 PM   #1716
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Well, it looks like your dinner turned out better than ours.

Yep, we received this turporken from Cajun country. It weighed in at about 5 pounds. Now, the instructions on the tag said to bake it (covered) at 375 degrees F for 3 hours, uncover it and cook it for another 1 hour.

Now, that seemed to be a lot of cooking, so I looked it up on their web site, sure enough, it said the same thing. So, I popped that Cajun seasoned roll of turkey/pork tender loin/chicken in the oven and took a 2 hour nap.

My first mistake was to follow their cooking instructions, my second mistake was taking a nap while it was cooking. After 2 hours, I woke up, checked the internal temperature in several places with two different thermometers.

The average internal temperature was 211 degrees F!

Shit! So I yanked it out of the oven. When I tried to unwrap the netting off the burnt piece of meat, it had "fused" with the outer part and when I finally got it off it took most of the seasoning with it.

I tried to cut it with my sharpest knife without success. I was about to get my sawsall to "carve" it, but just decided to beat it to pieces with a hammer.

OK, family, back to the heavy horse-du-vers, then we will have desert.




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So, feeding the family sand.. why, what have they done?
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So, feeding the family sand.. why, what have they done?
Ooppps - you got me there -

(mrs humfrz was in the shower when I typed that, so I couldn't ask her how to spell it - )


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Largest desert is Antarctica. Maybe he served shaved ice?
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