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Peanut Oil
Hey cooks...in particular those in the Boise area. I have in my possesion a few 5 gallon containers of un-opened thus, un-used Peanut oil. It is around a month out of date but we cooked up a turkey the other day using the oil and it came out perfect. I have seen peanut oil going $15.00-$17.00 a gallon and up to $75.00 for 5 gallons (must have been some special peanut oil). If you or anyone you know have in mind a deep fried turkey, wings, fries or even Prime Rib (thanks T. for the great idea) please get in touch with me. $20.00 will get you a 5 gallon jug of perfectly fine un-used peanut oil. 208-463-7563 or 208-989-9060
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11-16-2008 10:44 AM
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Yo Joe, have you tried the deep fried Prime Rib yet?

keep it low-n-slow " T "

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11-16-2008 07:24 PM
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Deep fried Prime?????? That sounds so wrong yet I feel compelled to deep fry a $80 peice of meat... Is it good stuff?

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11-16-2008 07:38 PM
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hossrocks;p="12472 Wrote:Deep fried Prime?????? That sounds so wrong yet I feel compelled to deep fry a $80 peice of meat... Is it good stuff?
T. turned me on to it and I too balked at the idea but the more I thought about it......yeah, it's really good. Piece of advice, let it come to or close to room temp as you don't want the outside to finish way ahead of the inside at 130*. I didn't do that the first time and ended up finishing it in the FE at a much lower temp.

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11-16-2008 10:22 PM
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Prime rib and fried. Two of the best things in life together?? Will someone tell me where to find the directions on how to do this? Thanks!!
06-07-2009 01:45 PM
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