Quantcast

Cheap turkey fryer

HomeBrewTalk.com - Beer, Wine, Mead, & Cider Brewing Discussion Community.

Help Support Homebrew Talk:

AHammer16

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 1, 2005
Messages
501
Reaction score
3
Location
Chicago, IL
Bayou Classic Turkey Fryer Kit — 55,000 BTU, 18lb. Capacity
Aluminum stockpot can fry an entire turkey up to 18 lbs. Patented design facilitates a circular flow of oil, creating an even cooking temperature throughout the pot. Includes vented lid, perforated poultry rack, grab hook and 12in. stainless steel thermometer. Add some spice to your turkey with a 1–oz. trial seasoning injector. High–pressure, 55,000 BTU gas cooker comes with hose and regulator (tank not included).

In Stock
Ship Wt. 27.0 lbs... Calculate Shipping
Item# 33638
Discount Price $49.99
110% Guaranteed Lowest Price!

Qty

http://www.northerntool.com/webapp/...roductId=200186224&R=200186224&issearch=33638


just saw it in one of my catalogs thought i would share the info
 

Pipi22

Active Member
Joined
Aug 12, 2005
Messages
30
Reaction score
0
Thanks for the link. I was looking for one of them!
 

wild

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jun 14, 2005
Messages
1,476
Reaction score
5
Location
Surprise, AZ.
AHammer16 said:
Bayou Classic Turkey Fryer Kit — In Stock
Ship Wt. 27.0 lbs... Calculate Shipping
Item# 33638
Discount Price $49.99
110% Guaranteed Lowest Price!
Way over priced. Go to Target. I picked up this Remote Control Turkey Fryer for $15.00 on sale normally listed for $30.00.

Wild
 

loopmd

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 14, 2005
Messages
656
Reaction score
7
Location
Omaha, Nebraska
I agree with wild. That is not a great price. You can pick them up a lot less (maybe not 10 bucks like wild's) at Walmart, Target..etc. Look for them on sale at these places. Also, 55,000 btu is awefully small.

loop
 

Rhoobarb

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 25, 2005
Messages
3,553
Reaction score
20
Location
Gainesville
Agreed; I bought a 170,000 BTU unit at Farm & Fleet for about $43.00. Keep shopping around.
 

joutlaw

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 19, 2005
Messages
173
Reaction score
2
Location
Jackson, MS
I bought my Stainless Steel fryer from Academy Sports. It's 36 quarts and SS everything including the burner. I paid around 65$ for it.
 

Cheesefood

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 4, 2005
Messages
6,740
Reaction score
53
Location
Poo-Poo Land
So is everyone in agreement that the turkey frying kit is a pretty good all-grain kit? Because if it is, that's the route I'm thinking of going. I'm trying to talk my buddy into the home-brew realm since he's a beerficionado like ourselves who has a creative flair for cooking and recently purchased a house. If we're all in agreement, it seems like a VERY economical route to take. I bought my 22qt stainless steel pot for $50.00ish
 

Toilet Rocker

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 12, 2005
Messages
846
Reaction score
14
Location
near Asbury Park
Trying to find a decent turkey fryer to use my 7.5Gal kettle on to utilize a full boil. Any advice on this item: Turkey Fryer ?

The 35$ fryer's description is:
The Eastman® Revolution™ high-output, 65,000 BTU propane burner can easily be used for camping, tailgating or in the backyard with a compact and powerful design. It's constructed with a clean-burning cast element and a heavy-duty, high-pressure hose and regulator.

Is the BTU too low? Can't find anything locally on the inexpensive side (including Wal-Mart's site).
 

Rhoobarb

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 25, 2005
Messages
3,553
Reaction score
20
Location
Gainesville
Cheesefood said:
So is everyone in agreement that the turkey frying kit is a pretty good all-grain kit? Because if it is, that's the route I'm thinking of going. I'm trying to talk my buddy into the home-brew realm since he's a beerficionado like ourselves who has a creative flair for cooking and recently purchased a house. If we're all in agreement, it seems like a VERY economical route to take. I bought my 22qt stainless steel pot for $50.00ish
Yep. That's the only reason I bought one. It'll never see a turkey (other than the one doing the brewing!).
 

Born Brewing Co.

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jun 1, 2005
Messages
228
Reaction score
1
Location
Sycamore, IL
Rhoobarb said:
It'll never see a turkey (other than the one doing the brewing!).
Amen. My "turkey fryer" and "turkey baster" have never seen a turkey. Strictly for boiling wort and taking samples. :cross:
 
Top