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Can someone please post a recipe for search engine turkey? Before Thanksgiving, if at all possible. Thanks!

yuk yuk yuk Wrong recipe...it's "search engine, turkey." If you leave out that one ingredient, you get turkey jerky.

That would be a good recipe to have for the leftovers, so that's okay.

Paula
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Can someone please post a recipe for search engine turkey? Before Thanksgiving, if at all possible. Thanks!

yuk yuk yuk Wrong recipe...it's "search engine, turkey." If you leave out that one ingredient, you get turkey jerky.

How true. I'm surprised you're willing to admit it, though.

BW
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yuk yuk yuk Wrong recipe...it's "search engine, turkey." If you leave out that one ingredient, you get turkey jerky.

How true. I'm surprised you're willing to admit it, though.

What ingredient is being left out? I have seen many folks leave out the "search" ingredient. Engine turkey is a very common meal; even a 351 will reach high enough temperatures to easily cook a turkey if strapped directly to the radiator.
scott

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How true. I'm surprised you're willing to admit it, though.

What ingredient is being left out? I have seen many folks leave out the "search" ingredient. Engine turkey is a ... a turkey if strapped directly to the radiator.Well duh! It's obvious up until now the recipe has ommitted the radiator!

Should one use anodized metal or is the old fashioned copper best?
I'm surprised you're willing to admit it, though.

Bumper? Sticker? Kontext-Away hardly knew 'er.
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What ingredient is being left out? I have seen many ... easily cook a turkey if strapped directly to the radiator.

Well duh! It's obvious up until now the recipe has ommitted the radiator! Should one use anodized metal or is the old fashioned copper best?

That doesn't matter if you add the catalysts in precise proportions and make sure the iron shavings are just beginning to oxidize. Store them in peanut oil until the last minute.

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All is not lost if you accidentally use "search engine turkey" instead of "search engine, turkey," but even an overripe , makes a world of difference. Chew each nibble exactly seven times.
How true. I'm surprised you're willing to admit it, though.

What ingredient is being left out? I have seen many folks leave out the "search" ingredient. Engine turkey is a very common meal; even a 351 will reach high enough temperatures to easily cook a turkey if strapped directly to the radiator.

You haven't thought this through, have you?
Turkey strapped to the top of the radiator = can't close the hood (or "parasol" for those of you in Engerland)
Turkey strapped to the front of the radiator = turkey with bug glaze

Turkey strapped to the rear of the radiator (where the fan resides) = turkey frappe
Another words, I think you mean "manifold."
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You haven't thought this through, have you? Turkey strapped to ... = turkey frappe Another words, I think you mean "manifold."

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