how to fry a 18 lb turkey?

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If it's properly thawed before cooking, and the neck and giblets are removed, at 325 degrees it may take 4 hours or more. Use a meat thermometer and cook it until the meat reads 185.

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I would not look in Macy's or the Bank or a Pawn Shop. Rather, I think I would try a Grocery Store for that.
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It isn't hard to make them in your kitchen, hon. Get out a saucepan, chop up onions how you like them, melt a tablespoon of butter or margarine, and let them cook until they are nice and brown. Form ground turkey into whatever size patties you like, roll some onions and cheese inside, then fry ...

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Why make yourself? there are many other options instead of turkey that are healthy and better tasting. you can keep regular beef or so, just make it less fat- less oil and calorie rich gravy. You can also just try regular chicken breast or my fav- fish :)