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    Late Search for Butterball Turkeys

    Hi Gang

    I'm looking for turkeys.... did I come to the right place????

    As an initial post, I need to find , in the greater Chiang Mai area, Several Butterball Turkeys in the 8-9 kg range. Seems like a lot around in the size of pigeons , but not a bit larger..... Anyone see any and if so, where and price per Kg.....

    Hard to do our Thanksgiving Day Dinner without Turkeys

    Gonzo

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    This is a little last minute eh? I mean why would you wait until the week of the holiday to get your bird?

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    Keep a steady eye on Makro, but the best they seem to do is 6-7 kg.

    Thanks for the suggestion though

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    This is a little last minute eh? I mean why would you wait until the week of the holiday to get your bird?
    Where did you make the assumption that I have been waiting...... have several already purchased but additional bookings means that I have to get more birds....

    That clear it up for you......

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    OP: I'm just going to jump right out there and guess that you ain't real fucking bright.

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    8kg X 3 = 24 Kg. (Not available)

    6kg X 4 = 24 KG. (Available).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    OP: I'm just going to jump right out there and guess that you ain't real fucking bright.

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    8kg X 3 = 24 Kg. (Not available)

    6kg X 4 = 24 KG. (Available).


    Well let me answer , you the foul mouth, self thought Einstein, I guess you have shown who he dumb ass is Accepting your proven point that you have no idea about roasting a turkey, while your math is correct , your understanding or cooking for larger numbers is not. Preparing birds for larger group meals , strongly suggests not using smaller fowl. A small and a large bird, slice differently. If cooking for a family , ok for a small bird. For a better presented meal for larger groups, it is not......

    But just forget it ....... hard to teach a dumbass anything new.....

    Thanks for nothing trashmouth..... Now I know why I was lead to not join this forum. Too many uneducated, simple minded trashmouths.

    Guess who I am speaking of.

    Now to reevaluate the value of joining this forum.

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    Well genius, taking a look at the numerous grammatical errors in every line of your post, it is fairly certain that you in fact are stupid, should not be posting here, and should go looking for personal shopper advice elsewhere. Bye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonzo the Face View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    OP: I'm just going to jump right out there and guess that you ain't real fucking bright.

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    8kg X 3 = 24 Kg. (Not available)

    6kg X 4 = 24 KG. (Available).


    Well let me answer , you the foul mouth, self thought Einstein, I guess you have shown who he dumb ass is Accepting your proven point that you have no idea about roasting a turkey, while your math is correct , your understanding or cooking for larger numbers is not. Preparing birds for larger group meals , strongly suggests not using smaller fowl. A small and a large bird, slice differently. If cooking for a family , ok for a small bird. For a better presented meal for larger groups, it is not......

    But just forget it ....... hard to teach a dumbass anything new.....

    Thanks for nothing trashmouth..... Now I know why I was lead to not join this forum. Too many uneducated, simple minded trashmouths.

    Guess who I am speaking of.

    Now to reevaluate the value of joining this forum.
    You tell him, there is a small group on here that take no shit from anyone .

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    This is a little last minute eh? I mean why would you wait until the week of the holiday to get your bird?
    Must be a very small contingent of good traditional Americans in CM.

    Why bother with these goofy holiday observances when in a diametric situation in a foreign locale?

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    Just take them all out to Dukes or something.

    Saves all the pissing about.

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    Just wait for one 24 kilo bird...I hear they "slice real good"...

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    There's an Ostrich farm near Doi Saket. Maybe you could wing it, so to speak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    Well genius, taking a look at the numerous grammatical errors in every line of your post, it is fairly certain that you in fact are stupid, should not be posting here, and should go looking for personal shopper advice elsewhere. Bye.
    He bite straight away and was well over the top in his cry baby reply to you. But perhaps you were a bit harsh to start with, mate. Just sayin.

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    Turkey talk...

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaimeme
    Must be a very small contingent of good traditional Americans in CM.
    Why bother with these goofy holiday observances when in a diametric situation in a foreign locale?
    Jeff, if you want to squat on the floor and eat khao neo every day of your life please carry on without comment on what others choose to do.
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