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November 23, 2009

A GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND

New York Bar Owner Says He Will Unveil Nation's First 100-Proof Turkey

(Thanks to catmanmax)

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Alcohol is highly volatile. I would be shocked if the turkey still contained a significant amount after it is roasted.

This reeks of a publicity stunt.

This is the kind of thing that makes America #1.

Kind of brings a tear to the eye.

*sniff*

It would be the first *domesticated* 100-proof turkey.

In the wild, however, Turkey has been available in 101-proof form for years.

If there was no such thing as silk, the expression would be smooth as turkey (the wild kind).

They haven't determined how much they will charge but I'd bet it will be double to have the second bite be the non-infused turkey.

Welcome, Joe Biden...

How does one put an alcohol-stuffed turkey into a hot oven?

I'd need one a them remote control bomb robots. And even then I'd slam the oven door and run.

With all that vodka, it should go nicely with the cranberry.

"I love cooking with wine - sometimes I even put it in the food."

He needs to deep fry this thing. And video it for YouTube. Or Darwin Awards. Or both.

I guess there will be no children's table at that Thanksgiving feast.

I have every intention of having a turkey hangover Thursday evening but I hadn't really considered this route to that end.

Turkeytinis for everyone!!!

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