- File Size: 599 KB
- Print Length: 87 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Efficient Enterprises, Inc. (October 17, 2012)
- Publication Date: October 17, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009SQTDU0
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #931,411 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Turkey Fryers & Deep Fried Turkey: How To Deep Fry A Turkey- Complete Step By Step Instructions To Cooking Your Tastiest Turkey Ever! Kindle Edition
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But I heard horror stories of people blowing up by doing it wrong. So instead of scouring all the conflicting stories on the interwebz I decided to check out Justin's book here.
I'm glad I did because this book laid it all out step by step. The author leaves no stone unturned, and gives great advice every step of the way.
I especially love his "work backwards" method and the info on what kind of turkey is best to buy. And the "reverse water displacement theory" makes complete sense when knowing exactly how much oil to use.
And the best part is that the first turkey I ever fried came out perfectly! I wasn't going to wait til Thanksgiving to fry my first bird. But now I can't wait to show off my skills for the family.
We are now in the month of feasting with Thanksgiving only 3 weeks away. Now is the time most of us home culinary geniuses are planning our holiday menus from appetizers to desserts.
At this time every year, Allstate begins showing the commercial with Dennis Haysbert, one of my favorite actors, where he talks about how many people decide to fry turkeys for Thanksgiving and how many of them end up burning down the garage. Cooking with the threat of eminent destruction hanging over the home chef must be why this form of preparing a turkey is so popular with men.
I don't know if fried turkey is popular in other parts of the U.S., but it's always a popular alternative for the Thanksgiving bird here in Texas and in the rest of the South. Both my brothers always fry the turkey, but the process is rather intimidating to anyone who hasn't attempted it before.
So, today, I'm reviewing this book with a really long title that's written by Justin Lee.
This little book gives very clear, specific instructions on how to fry a turkey -- safely. Even better, the book contains a link to step-by-step instructional videos you can download as a bonus of buying the book. Also, for your entertainment pleasure, the author includes links to some turkey-frying escapades that have gone viral on YouTube.
The author covers everything you need to know: safety, equipment, preparation, the frying process, and clean up. More importantly, he removes the intimidation factor and makes the reader think that he can do this. So what are you waiting for? Grab a copy today and start planning your holiday dinner.
Thanks for writing the best book I have seen on frying Turkeys! He even has a really cool website to help you out.
Thanksgiving is coming up so I found this ebook... and it's solid, to the point, and the main thing I was looking for was on the safety side of it... so I don't burn my darn house down.
Goes over the safety side of deep frying a turkey really well (how to prep, where to put the cooker and where not to, what specific fire extinguisher type you need to have so it works on hot oil... the normal fire extinguisher will actually make the fire worse which I didn't know, and other things).
Something I didn't like at first was the lack of pictures in the ebook... but, I quickly found links in the ebook to an accompanying site that had pictures and full videos on the process which rocked. Wasn't expecting that (those were actually the most valuable part of buying this kindle book).
So, if you've never deep fried a turkey and want to do it safely so you don't burn your house down, and make it taste good (so you don't over or under cook it... which is easy if you don't know what you're doing)... I'd highly recommend investing a few bucks on this ebook.
I really found all the information extremely useful. The book itself was well crafted with the links to the videos and in its presentation of the information, which it was full of. Even though it was full of information, the narrative was far from dry and was more importantly detailed deeper than most books. I no longer have a deep ingrained fear of deep frying a turkey and am looking forward to doing it this holiday season.
The only drawback I found was that this book was best read on a Mac or PC as opposed to the Kindle simply for the online access needed for the "extras". Still, I consider these "extras" as just that, and that's why I still gave it 5 stars!
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