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    scrapingby

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    Reviewed Kidd Kraddick's Famous Brown Bag Turkey

    Monday, Nov 7, 2011 on Food.com

    This is how my mother ALWAYS cooked our turkeys, and now how I have done for years. The only thing we do differently is coat the entire inside of the bag and the turkey with plain old vegetable oil, so it stays moist and I guess is even less of a fire hazard. She's 85 now, and we've never burnt down the house!"


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