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Old 07-31-2009, 07:09 PM   #1
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I just picked up this turkey fryer at a yard sale for $15 The box looked pretty old but the stuff inside had never been used (not even put together). Anybody out there use one of these? Do you think it looks sturdy enough for a keggle?

Here is a link to one that is similar, but mine came with some extras like marinade, spices, and marinade injectors.

Amazon.com: Cajun Injector Turkey Fryer Kit W/30 Qt Pt: Sports & Outdoors

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Nope, never heard of it. However, Cajun Injector sounds like a porn star.

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I can tell you that the Chef Williams Creole Butter marinade makes for a bad-ass fried turkey.

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Old 08-01-2009, 02:38 PM   #5
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^^Yeah I injected some of the marinade that came with the fryer in some drumsticks last night. Damn good! I happened to have an empty pony keg around and it seems to be a little wobbly on the burner. I may have to use the grill grate trick I've read on here before for a keggle. Or, I may just have my brother weld some extra pieces to help reinforce the burner. I'm ready for outdoor brewing!

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