Thursday, November 11, 2010

Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer Review


GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED! Wish I had a couple hundred of these to give away but there is only one - Congratulations to ALICIA! Thanks to the sponsor for providing such a great giveaway and to each of you for such a great level of participation. I appreciate you all for being a part of Deep South Dish!! Keep reading for more fun giveaways.

Fried turkey. In my own kitchen.  If I had not done it with my own two hands, I would never have believed it.  

Ever had a fried turkey? Well, let me tell you, y'all know how we are with our frying Down South, and believe me, we are fully endeared to our fried turkeys around the holidays. Once you try it, I think you'll be hooked. It gives you a nice, juicy and tender turkey in flat out no time hardly at all.

Frankly, you hear so many stories about turkey fryer disasters, that I was always scared to even try to fry a turkey at home. I settled for putting an order in with one of the many people in my area who fry up massive batches of turkeys to sell to other people over the holidays.

When I was contacted by the folks at Masterbuilt to test drive their Butterball indoor electric turkey fryer, I wondered if I'd heard right. Indoor?  Electric? Turkey fryer? You mean ... like my beloved deep fryer? Well, gotta say, I was intrigued.

So I set out, bought a turkey - it will fry one up to 14 pounds - some peanut oil, and waited for the delivery of the fryer. When the Fedex fella rang the bell, I was excited to see that not only was this a turkey fryer, but it could also act as a steamer and boiler. Woohoo!! We like our seafood boils down here too ya know!

Most conventional turkey fryers take a lot of oil - this Butterball turkey fryer from Masterbuilt actually uses 1/3 of the oil of those conventional fryers, only about 2 gallons. With a built-in drain valve and tap, it's super easy to drain and preserve your oil, and a snap to clean. For smaller jobs, you can also use the fryer with only one gallon of oil.

Now for the stats. The unit uses a porcelain coated inner pot, containing a cooking basket, complete with a handy drain clip, that makes it possible to fry up a variety of other favorite foods too - like doughnuts, French fries, onion rings, and more. The control panel is user-friendly and consists of a digital timer, a red "power" light, a green "ready" light, and a simple control knob for adjusting the thermostat up to 375 degrees F.  There's a fold-away lid with a viewing window, a removable filter, helping to reduce cooking odors, and a pop off storage door for cord and spigot storage.

Check it out yourself!



I decided to fry this first turkey "naked" so to speak, so that I could see exactly how it would turn out without any enhancements.  Well, it was delicious - moist, tender and juicy just like a turkey ought to be - but next turkey up, I am so going for the Cajun Injector to introduce some of that spicy goodness into the turkey.

Yes. I admit it. I was nervous. But this was so easy to use that was very short-lived.

The one important thing you need to do after you thaw the turkey, is to rinse it off with warm water to release any ice crystals. Then let the turkey drain well, and use paper towels to pat it very dry, both inside and out. Once the unit heated up - about 25 minutes or so - and I got that basket carefully eased down into the hot oil and the lid closed, any nervousness subsided. It really was a breeze.

But you really want to see the star don't you?


Can you believe that this 13+ pound turkey only took about 46 minutes to fry?

There is a lifting hook to use to very slowly lower and lift the basket from the oil, and the fryer basket has built-in drain clips allowing you to clip it onto the fryer unit to drain. Once it drained, I transfered the basket to a baking sheet, atop a cooling rack, and just let the turkey cool right in the basket. This turkey was pretty close to the max size for the fryer, so I had to work a butter knife around the edges to work it out, but as you see, it still came out looking pretty good!


I removed both of the breasts and sliced them thick. 


Just look how gorgeous and juicy this white meat is!


Then I deboned the thighs and put them with the turkey legs on a separate platter. Scrumptious!


So, there you are.

Whether gathering the family for a holiday dinner or making a variety of meals to freeze for later, this indoor electric turkey fryer delivers foolproof operation and delicious results - and it can be safely used indoors, right from the convenience of the kitchen counter.  You are just gonna love it.



ONE reader will get their very own Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer from Masterbuilt!


Plus this "DADGUM That's Good" cookbook, written specifically for the line of Masterbuilt products by John McLemore - that fella up in the video there and co-owner & CEO of the Masterbuilt family business.


The cookbook, intended for use with the Masterbuilt products, includes a foreword by none other than The Queen Paula Deen, who owns and uses several of the Masterbuilt products herself.  It includes recipes like Pork Dumplings, Shrimp Boil, Beignets, Twice Fried Fries, Deep Fried Oreos and Southern Fried Chicken, to name a few.

But... that's not all y'all!

You'll also receive a coupon good toward the purchase of a Butterball turkey!

A fryer, a cookbook and a turkey. Now ya can't beat that with a stick!


Just leave a comment here letting me know how having this turkey fryer will help you out this holiday season. That's it!


Anonymous comments are temporarily on, so while it's okay to comment anonymously to enter, be sure to at least leave me your first name in the comment, and some way to contact you should you be the lucky winner.

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The Rules & Legal Stuff:

➮Giveaway closes on Monday, November 15, 2010 at 12:00 noon CST.
➮Open to residents of the United States only please. Must be 18 years of age or older.
➮You must leave an email address in your comment, be linked to a public profile containing your email address, or provide some way for me to contact you, in case you win.
➮You may send me an email if you don't want to post your email address publicly. Please put "Turkey Fryer Giveaway" in the Subject line.
➮The winner will be announced in this post and notified by email and will have 48 hours from the time of that email to reply and claim their win before an alternate winner will be selected. The sooner  you reply, the sooner this turkey fryer can be in your hands!


Good luck!!

Disclosure:  Prize packs and information were all provided to me from Masterbuilt.

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350 comments:

  1. MMMMMMEEEEE! MMMMMMEEEEEE! You know I love me some deep fried turkey.

    beverooni @ hotmail dot com.

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  2. Best giveaway ever!!!! Seriously!!! My friend fries two turkeys every Thanksgiving, and they are sooo good!

    sidewalkshoes2 AT gmail DOT com

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  3. Since I have to work, this would be perfect to have a little holiday at work!
    barbiekins499 at aol dot com

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  4. Gotta have one of these!! We love deep fried Turkeys in our family
    Sandy
    Sandy087@yahoo.com

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  5. Turkey season here typically means it's COLD, so frying a turkey in MN isn't that common of an occurance. We did it once in a conventional outdoor fryer and we burned the crap out of it. I was so disappointed--I had so looked forward to eating the delicious meat! I would love to win this electric fryer so those of us in the MN tundra can enjoy fried turkey's just like you lucky peeps down south!

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  6. I have an army to feed every night! I need that fryer daggummit!! LOL

    Nikki Eslich
    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1636802175

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  7. The one and only time I have ever had a deep fried turkey was at my brother's---now that they have 2 small children they stopped because of the "risks"--I would love to win this for them so they can invite me over again one day to enjoy!!! kristinenicholson at hotmail dot com

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  8. I love the way fried turkey stays so nice and moist and yours looks delicious.

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  9. I'd love to be able to use it to help out at our annual family thanksgiving gettogether. Thanks!


    Chris

    zekks at yahoo dot com

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  10. deep fried turkey brought me back to loving turkey. growing up, my mother made the most dry bird you could imagine, and i hated it. when i met my husband, he and my father bought one of those outdoor fryers, and we have made it that way ever since. i would love to have my own indoor fryer, i don't mess with the old one!

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  11. I have never had a fried turkey ... I'm absolutely terrified I'll set myself on fire! I have always wanted to try one, though, and it would be awesome to be able to get the holiday bird cooked in less than an hour. What a stress-reliever!

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  12. This would help me ENORMOUSLY because I am having 20+ people over and will not be able to fit 2 turkeys in my oven. I could use this more than you know!!! Hope I am lucky.. What a FANTASTIC giveaway!

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  13. We often fry our Thanksgiving turkey, but it involves getting the big kettle, its stand, the propane tank, a small table for utensils, etc. and hauling all of it outside, regardless of the weather. If I win the fryer, we could fry a turkey INDOORS!

    imannies@gmail.com

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  14. We have fried our turkey for several years now, and this sounds SO MUCH EASIER!!!!! I would love to try it when my in-laws come this year!
    Donna

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  15. I would love to have this turkey fryer! This Thanksgiving the first time I will be hosting Thanksgiving! I am a single twenty-something with my first place and first "real" job. I'm so excited to have all of my family over at my house but I feel completely in over my head with the responsibility. This fryer would help me SO much because my biggest fear is that I will burn everything and Thanksgiving dinner would resort to McDonalds! I really want to impress my family this year but most importantly, have an enjoyable and stress free time together.

    MadalineD@gmail.com

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  16. OMG!! My mouth is watering! With one of those guys maybe I could get our kids to come for Thanksgiving dinner. :)

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  17. My husband and I left The South (gasp!) after enduring yet another hurricane and losing our home. We've been extremely blessed since relocating to the midwest, and I've introduced many a midwesterner to southern fare using your recipes.

    Fried turkeys are somewhat of a novelty here, people tend to roast or smoke their birds on Thanksgiving. We had planned to fry one this year and host a pretty large group of family and friends, but the forecast is calling for snow! (I know, I'm in tears just thinking about it.)

    This turkey fryer would make for an awesome Thanksgiving experience. Plus, at less than an hour per turkey, we could loan it to our neighbors and spread the deep-fried love!

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  18. I can't believe it's an indoor turkey fryer. MMMMMM looks so good!! Never tried deep fried turkey, but this year we were thinking about getting an outdoor fryer to try it. Love your site.

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  19. This fryer would make it so easy to cook 2 enormous turkeys for our church dinner. Plus it would save me lots of time and I could use my oven for other important things, like homemade rolls and pumpkin pie!!!! kmodom AT yahoo Dot com

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  20. Deep fried turkey is so good I have been eating this for over 20 years.
    kittykat7182@att.net

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  21. We had a couple of deep fried turkey's when I was growing up, and you're right, it took SO much oil, it made it pretty expensive. I love that this one takes much less, and you can use it indoors! I'll be the one making Christmas dinner, so I'd love to have this and free up my oven for other dishes :)

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  22. Sounds yummo! We fry outside every year but this would be awesome!

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  23. This would be a wonderful time saver that would allow more time for side dish preparations - also, I've had fried turkey at past gatherings; it was so moist and tender. I believe the cook had injected a Cajun flavor and it was wonderful.

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  24. I've never fried a turkey, I've just be too scared to do so. This fryer looks fabulous, I would surely fry on in this. I think it would be great for frying up chicken for a crowd too. I finally was able to find the Slap yo momma seasoing in one of our grocery stores and have been using it like crazy. Love your blog!!

    jeanie@semoradio.com

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  25. How would this help me? Oh, let me count thy ways..... I would be able to feed my family something other than the dry, tough ham I usually serve, I would be able to sit back and smile while I got patted on the back for a job well done.. Should I go on?

    mommmyspc@hotmail.com

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  26. I would love to win this fryer! It would definitely help me out this holiday season. I have never fried a turkey but LOVE fried turkey! (My family would also get to enjoy homemade fried chicken since I can not fry chicken!!) thanks for a chance to win.

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  27. I have a big family to cook for and making the turkey is always the thing that I usually buy from some overpriced specialty store just so it won't be so bland. I would love the deep fat turkey fryer because I think it will help me make a great turkey and cut down on costs. PLUS.. I'm a product junkie and i LOVE trying new things out. Thanks to you and Masterbilt for the opportunity to win.

    beready73@yahoo.com

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  28. I love deep fried turkey (or chicken). There is something about the flavor you just can't get any other way. This would be a great way to introduce my family to the joy of deep fried turkey. They haven't been lucky enough to try this yet.

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  29. We have a lot of family over for Thanksgiving. This would work out perfect.

    herronjb@att.blackberry.net

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  30. I love fried turkey!

    Having 2 smaller children in my house makes it a little harder to get all of the Christmas cooking timed just right and still be merry (especially with the in-laws at my house - not that I don't love them, but I just feel added pressure). Sounds like this would give us a beautiful turkey without my husband having to be outside getting all smoky with the grill (his preferred, but much more time-consuming method).

    And to be able to boil up some shrimp and then fry them in the same contraption - that sounds too good to be true! I really hope that I win!

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  31. Oh my! I would love to have this! I would probably give it to my son, as he hosts most holiday dinners at his home! I've always wondered about deepfried turkey. I've heard such good things about it!
    Definitely count me in on this giveaway! evag@maine.rr.com

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  32. An inside turkey fryer would be AH-MAZING! I always have to cook a traditional turkey to satisfy my grandparents but if I could also fry one in the kitchen that would make Thanksgiving complete. I really don't like messing with the outside ones.

    shauna19@iland.net

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  33. Deep fried turkey is the best for holidays, I always had to do outdoor fryer but it's freezing cold. It'd be wonderful to have a indoor fryer.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

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  34. This is a great way for us "transplanted" southerners to fry our Turkey. We have a regular fryer, but every year we try and it's cold, it's windy, it's raining and did I say it's cold and windy!

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  35. How awesome is this?!?!?? If I tried to deep fry a turkey outside, I'd have to schlep it up and down the stairs and across the brand new carpet in the basement--a recipe for disaster. Would love to be able to fry me up some turkey right in the kitchen. Thanks for this cool giveaway.

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  36. OH please pick me. I am new to this whole blog life.I would love to win this Turkey Fryer so my family will stop looking at each other and rolling their eyes every time I talk about what I've found reading your blog. I've never had a fried turkey but have heard they are yummy...
    maryjmo@gmail.com & hopefully some day my own blog. MJ's Cafe..

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  37. Oh, I've gotta have this to replace the old one we have and never use!!!

    anne
    www.anniebakes.net

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  38. Hey Mary:
    I'd love to try this method of cooking a turkey. My grands wanted me to buy an outdoor turkey cooker last year because they had had fried turkey in SC. But I was very fearful of the fire hazard. With an electric, and your recommendation, I think it would be a great way to do a tradition.....differently. The Olde Bagg psssssst. yummmers

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  39. This would help because then I would have a turkey that turns out moist. I have heard that the turkey that is fried is the moistest about.
    msgb245 at gmail dot com

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  40. This fryer would finally make it easy to cook 2 turkeys on Thanksgiving! No matter what, one will be prepared on the Big Green Egg.

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  41. This is great. Would really speed up the holiday cooking process and keep us all inside to hang out more. Who doesn't love a fried turkey or 2?

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  42. Winning would be so great----no more oil spots on the patio from frying the "old" way. This sounds so fast and easy, I think I would fry more often and my family would love that!

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  43. This will be my first year to prepare Thanksgiving dinner for my family. My grandmother is usually the main cook, but due to illness she is having to step down AND my mother doesn't cook, so the privilege (I think, LOL) is all mine! I have never had much luck with preparing beautiful meat, so it would be fabulous to have the turkey fryer to use. It sounds nearly foolproof and produces a picture perfect bird. And that's just what I need this year!

    Kim
    huss1652@att.net

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  44. Wow...indoors. What a blessing as I am scared of the outdoor, propane fryers. We donate several turkeys and hams during the holidays. It would be nice to donate them cooked this year. This fryer would really be a blessing.

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  45. This would be a healthier Thanksgiving turkey which is important, to me.

    A fabulous prize. Thanks for hosting.

    chayathecomfycook at yahoo dot com

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  46. Mary,

    This would help me since our outdoor fryer has stopped working. My husband and kids love fried turkey and I just love turkey! Tony Chachere's makes an excellent injectable marinade also. Happy Thanksgiving!

    iatel34@gmail.com

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  47. OMG! We love deep fried turkey, but everytime we make it, I am nervous. I'm worried that one of those disasters will occur. But it does taste so good that as soon as the first bite hits my mouth, I forget about the danger involved in the cooking.

    This contraption looks so cool. I know I wouldn't worry so much if we had one!

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  48. Mary this looooks so good, I wish I could just knock on your door and grab me a wing...or two...and a drum and some skin and some....oooh man this looks good, and so moist is the white meat. I have never had fried turkey before, and was fearful because I heard the horror stories, and am all that all. But this uses much less and with some caution you have a beautiful fried turkey...I bet this just smelled heavenly. It would be fun to try it out, and serve something we have never had before...I'm working this Thanksgiving, we alternate holidays...so this would be a time saver for me in the kitchen, and a tummy pleaser for my boys and husband. Thank you Mary for always offering us good info, and neat
    giveaways...Good luck to everybody..

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  49. The turkey alone is enough incentive to enter this contest, but that fryer looks like one amazing appliance for SO MANY things - and it is large enough to be practical for my large family and the friends and family we like to feed. I can't begin to describe the freedom and deliciousness this amazing piece of ingenuity would add to our lives!

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  50. This is awesome Mary. We could use that this year, because my husband HATES turkey, so we were going to have a turkey free thanksgiving! What kind of thanksgiving would that be? I bet I could get him to eat a deep-fried turkey though. . .so all this stuff would help us out a lot this holiday season! (more specifically, help mama chef out!)

    -Krystal @ recipesofacheapskate.blogspot.com
    krystalsrecipes@gmail.com

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  51. I cook the entire meal myself with only 1 oven...It's hard to get everything cooked at same time so everything is fresh and hot. This would save time and oven space.

    fatbottomgirl00(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  52. Wow, that looks delicious! And easy, too! Would love to have one of these!

    jknj4@sbcglobal.net

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  53. It would make it easier to us because we cook turkeys for families that have lost their husbands or whomever would usually do the turkey cooking.

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  54. Fried turkeys are the bomb. Until my son moved out we used to have one every year during the holidays. I would be so happy to win so I can make one for the rest of the family again. Let it be me. Keeping my fingers crossed.

    Linda in Houston

    tumapa@aol.com

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  55. Lisa in Fort Worth

    I'm just plain scared of it. My son did a couple one year and it was great but, he did all the work and I still had all the mess. This looks so much easier and not so scary.
    lisa0655@hotmail.com

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  56. I would LOVE to have this, maybe I could even get my hubby to help this year if I had this turkey fryer.
    Bekah
    lister7044 at att dot net

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  57. Oh my goodness - I would love to have an "indoor" turkey fryer. It would be a lot more convenient than going through the house to get to the back patio where we usually fry the turkey.

    Love your site!

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  58. My oven is always needed for the many side items that I also make for Thanksgiving dinner. Having a deep fryer for our turkey would free up the oven and make things faster! I have had deep fried turkey before and it is absolutely wonderful. I would love to win this!

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  59. I just saw this on QVC and thought how I would love one,maybe next they'll giveaway their smoker.




    1320mccroryml@windstream.net

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  60. I never had a fried turkey but after all this talk, I would LOVE to try one ! I am sure my family would love it, too. ginaoconnor AT comcast DOT net

    Thanks so much !

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  61. I would love to own this turkey fryer! I live in an apt so doing anything outside is not really an option. I love to cook but frankly have always been afraid to even TRY to deep fry a turkey because you always hear about fires, burns, etc. so I just always have to buy one from someone else but I would love to be able to season and do it myself! Hope I win! :-)

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  62. Having this would free up my over for the hours it would normally be baking my Turkey. This would make getting all the dishes on the table A LOT less stressful for me this year.

    vrkirtley at yahoo dot com

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  63. I have hosted Thanksgiving since losing my Mom 8 years ago. This year my daughter started high school and will be cheering at a football game on Thanksgiving Day and I was trying to figure out how I could cook a turkey and watch my daughter cheer??? Now I have the answer, a turkey fryer!!!
    Thanks for giving me a chance to win

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  64. My husband has been asking to deep fry our turkey for several years now. Every Thanksgiving we listen to the sirens (in the distance) and I just arch my eyebrows at him. This is the only way we are going to be able to try deep fried turkey. I would love to be able to give this fryer to him!

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  65. Even though I'm from Texas, I don't remember ever trying a fried turkey. This would be great to serve to m;y family!

    lsmith0501@aol.com

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  66. I would love to win this so I could have all my family over for a turkey feed. I have only a wall oven that is under 18 inches wide so I can't oven roast much of a bird. Nana in SE Ohio

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  67. My husband ALWAYS over fries the turkey!!!! There is nothing better than a deep fried turkey cooked the right way...mmmm mmmm good!

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  68. I always have a huge family gathering at my home. And one of my ovens isn't working. I would love a place to cook my turkey while everyone is using the other oven to cook things. Deep fried turkey is delicious. Thanks!

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  69. I read your blog all the time but never comment. We are having my husband's relatives plus our children and grandchildren for Thanksgiving this year, and this would be so helpful to me in planning and preparing my Thanksgiving meal. Hope I win!!!email add. ballard@athletics.msstate.edu

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  70. I have always wanted to deep fry a turkey!

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  71. Please pick me! I am the mother of a US Army Soldier and this will be the very first Thanksgiving he won't be with me. :( I haven't really been in the spirit of the holdiays and was really dreading the long process of cooking a turkey the traditional way. This would give me something to look forward to. Pleaseeeeee????

    Charmaine Szostek

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  72. I would love to save on cooking time and have a nice juicy turkey. The reason for the holiday is family not non-stop cooking.

    creekmore4973@gmail.com

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  73. Oh my! I've had fried turkey injected with BBQ sauce and what a tasty treat it was. I normally use an electric roaster, but this would free up the roaster for making a ham and the oven for all the other yummy dishes I make for my family. My son-in-law didn't even like turkey until he tried mine, so I want to continue the tradition of Thanksgiving at my house.

    wervin130 at yahoo dot com

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  74. PLEASE ME...Being disabled it is very hard fhTor me to stand over a stove let alone bend and take it out of the oven. I have never had a fried turkey before and have heard so many great things about it. Please enter me to get this wonderful fryer...Thanks kadair48@gmail.com
    I also cook for my 80 year old mother and my roommate that has MS. This would make my life so much easier and be able to enjoy their company instead of cooking all day.

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  75. Ohh, I would love to have an electric turkey fryer!!

    eildersjeri@hotmail.com

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  76. I forgot to add my email account...

    Love me some fried turkey...

    bdbw4@aol.com

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  77. What is the email address? My PC could not connect to yuor click on email.

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  78. You probably wouldn't believe it, but I am from the South and have never had a fried turkey. I've always heard how good they are, but have never had a place to fry one for Thanksgiving. Would be most thankful for a chance this Thanksgiving. wjackson14@bellsouth.net

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  79. This will be my first yr cooking Thanksgiving diner for my own family. I've always wanted to deep fry a turkey like my dad has done in the past, but after hearing so many horror stories about others I've been to scared to do it...this would be awesome to have! I have fallen in love with your blog and have tried many of your recipes with great success. Hopefully we'll have deep fried turkey!!!

    erincockerham@yahoo.com

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  80. We fry about 4 turkeys every Thanksgiving for our family!I was just looking at an electric turkey fryer at our local WalMart. I would love, love, love, love to have this!!!
    kristinheckman@hotmail.com

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  81. I NEED this fryer because I am turkey "stupid" when it comes to cooking a turkey! The last time I tried cooking one was the year EVERYONE was suppose to eat Thanksgiving at my house. Dinner time, and the turkey was no where NEAR done! I was so embarrassed! Please help me be able to cook a turkey properly! Thanks!
    Amy

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  82. Since I am disabled this would be a great and easy way for me to preprare my turkey this year and much easier and the turkey is much better, not dry just right.

    daveray20@gmail.com

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  83. I love, love, love fried turkey!!!......and to not have to mess with the outdoor frying. Hope I win this for sure!!!! Never have won ANYTHING!!!!!

    afloflin AT gmail DOT com

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  84. I have never had deep fried turkey but would love to try it sometime.

    reenabell5 at aol dot com

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  85. Less time at the stove watching the turkey and more time to spend being thankful for family....what could be better? ronyagm@bellsouth.net

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  86. Love your site! Sign me up! lesuerpea@comcast.net

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  87. I would really love to have this turkey fryer. While I have been married for almost ten years I have never cooked a Thanksgiving turkey. We usually eat with relatives during the holidays. I would love to start my own family traditions and cook my own turkey. With three kids (two under the age of 3) this would be a great help to my family. Thanks!

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  88. I have always wanted to fry a turkey but I never had anything to fry one in!

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  89. LOVE fried turkey!! I'm the only one in my family that's had it, I would love to share the joy that is fried turkey! :)

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  90. I would love to win this as I have never tried Fried Turkey. My wife, on the other hand, raves how delicious it is, having tried it every holiday season when her Grandfather would make one for both Christmas and Easter. Since he has passed, going on 16 years now, I would love to have an opportunity to make a fried turkey to bring her back to the memory's of such happy times as well as to give my children an opportunity to try something they have never experienced.

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  91. Turkey "stupid" Amy... it didn't show my id, so am making sure you have my info!
    Thank you for the opportunity to be in this contest! What a prize!

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  92. This would be so awesome! I will only eat fried turkey now, and since there are so many little ones in our family, an indoor fryer would be awesome. No worries about bubbling grease, or them getting close to the fire. Thank you!

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  93. I would love to have this! I have a page on facebook called, Cooking With Purpose. I would find many uses for this as I like a large fryer!!

    slugger0464@yahoo.com

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  94. Turkey isn't just for Thanksgiving. If I had this awesome electric turkey fryer I would keep it busy all year long!

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  95. Wow. I have never had turkey from a fryer because, like you said, I have heard about the disasters. I have also, however, heard that they are the moistest, best turkeys ever!

    This would be so wonderful for our family Thanksgiving. This has been a difficult year for us. We are all gathering in Nashville, TN because my daughter is pregnant and on bedrest. Her kitchen is small so we are still wondering how to pull all of this together. We plan on cooking as much in our homes and then reheating once we get to her house.

    I would LOVE to win this package!

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  96. Love deep fried turkey but a chicken when it comes to using the gas cookers. Would love to be able to fry up a turkey when all the out-of-town family is here this year.

    pam[at]daysong[dot]com

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  97. You'd be getting at least a two-fer if we win - our good friends run the homeless ministry in town, and provide several meals a day to those less fortunate. If I win - those folks will be having some GREAT fried turkey this Thanksgiving!

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  98. Since we have been frying turkeys for the last five years, no more oven turkey. We usually fried two, one for eating and the guests we had over and one we hid so we would have leftovers! Now, its just me. I would still love to be able to fry my own turkeys year round without all the hassle of the outdoor setup. ~~Janine

    jani2fish@aol.com

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  99. I would LOVE this fryer ...

    deanna_rio@hotmail.com

    Hope I can have some fried turkey for Thanksgiving : )

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  100. Fried turkey is the BEST! We have enjoyed fried turkey for many years now, but with the old fish/turkey cookers that have to be used outside & are dangerous, too, if not handled properly. We are having fried turkey this Thanksgiving! I would love to own one of these indoor electric turkey fryers!

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  101. I would love to be able to fry a turkey. Iam the only one who cooks for my inlaws every holiday and I try to cook different things. This would be a change from baked. This would be great for me!!!! Please, Please Please!!!

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  102. Love me some fried turkey.....also some fried turducken.....
    thanks for all the great receipes.....





    dj2nauti@gmail.com

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  103. This would be a wonderful "new" family tradition for us to start. MMMMM fried turrkey!!! What a great giveaway!!!! :)

    littlemama1301@msn.com

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  104. I posted but forgot to tell you how this would help me out this holiday...so I deleted that comment and am commenting again.
    Oh my goodness...that turkey looks so moist and good. I saw the infomercial for this thing the other day and was fascinated. It would help me out in that it would free up the oven for cooking the dressing and sweet potatoes. Not to mention the compliments I would probably get for such a yummy turkey. I would love to win. Thanks so much for giving us this opportunity.
    elaine1255 at yahoo dot com

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  105. Besides making a dee-licious turkey using this would free up some precious oven space. And I am always wishing for more on Thanksgiving!

    brandyu at gmail dot com

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  106. I have deep fried several turkeys in my life and can't imagine an indoor, electric unit to do as good a job. I hope I win so that you can prove me wrong! I know Masterbuilt makes a good product and would appreciate the fryer if I win!
    Thanks Mary for the opportunity.

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  107. AWESOME!! I would immediately gift this to my husband who had himself a turkey disaster the first time he ever fried outside - stepped on the edge of the fryer and the oil dumped on the front of his shin. OUCHHHH.

    Sbams5@gmail(dot)com

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  108. I love fried turkey, never tried to cook one but I certainly would give shot,

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  109. This year we are doing our own thanksgiving at home instead of traveling to my husbands family over 9 hours away b/c we had a premature baby and with two kids this would definatly be a livesaver for me

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  110. Our family LOVES fried turkey but have not had any since moving from La. to NJ. It's the best ever! My spouse and I aren't in the best health now and setting up to cook outside is just too much for us now. Would love to try the new indoor Turkey Fryer.

    abitofjan@yahoo.com

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  111. You know frying my turkey with all the people in my family they will all want to buy one of the turkey fryers for sure. My whole family comes to our dinner and it sure would be a great way to show it off. thanks in advance i sure love fried turkey!!

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  112. Gotta have one of these!!! I saw it on QVC but had to pass on buying one because of our budget. I love deep fried turkey. A friend fried one and it was delicious!! I like that it also steams, too. kmgervais@nycap.rr.com

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  113. This giveaway is just WONDERFUL!!! Your post on details with pics sounded so great and the turkey looked delicious! Normally i don't enter contest, but i couldn't pass this up. I would LOVE to win this for my mother. Every year at holidays i watch her stress and put herself into a state of panic when cooking holiday dinners...especially Thanksgiving. Every Thanksgiving she not only makes the traditional baked turkey but also deep fries a turkey breast (cut into strips). She has always been too scared to deep fry a whole turkey due to all the horrible stories like you had stated. I know this turkey fryer would make her Thanksgiving and other dinners a little less stressful and even more rewarding. Not to mention, she spends most of her time in the kitchen and loves trying new recipes. =) ♥ U Mom! Thanks and Happy Thanksgiving to all. Good luck everyone! =D

    mechee1173@yahoo.com

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  114. I love me some DEEP FRIED TURKEY YEAR ROUND!!! :))) and all the other things this deep fryer can fry bring on the great eating and sharing of food and memories!!!
    carlaarnold@bellsouth.net

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  115. Was I suppose to leave my email address with my comment. rosemarycooks@yahoo.com , I know I would love that Electric Turkey Fryer, I could even share with the Neighbors.

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  116. If I received this turkey fryer I could successfully cook my very first turkey without any worries. Oh where has a device like this been all my life? Would love it!!
    -Carla

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  117. There is nothing like a hot, freshly cooked turkey! An fried turkey is the very best! I want to be able to out-do my brother-in-law who tends to overcook sometimes and my cousin-in-law that caught his wood deck on fire with the "too big turkey for size pot and grease" episode! I think this cooker would be the key!!!

    Patty
    pattydrpr@yahoo.com

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  118. I have never had a fried turkey, but have always heard how good they were. See the pictures you posted have made me want to try it. Would love to have this wonderful turkey fryer from Butter and you.

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  119. I have had fried turkeys and they are delicious. Being in my late 60's frying one outside with a gas burner has not been an option. Would love to win this!!!!
    Thanks!

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  120. This would be so awesome. I have fried turkeys in the past with the outside fryer. My ex husband kept the turkey fryer in our divorce, and I really just can't afford a whole new set up and oil for this year. This would be a blessing. It sure would be great to continue with our tradition of Fried vs. Baked.

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  121. I prepare everything for thanksgiving and with only one oven it sure would allow us to eat while everything is still warm!

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  122. I would love to have the deep fryer as it would allow me to have my first turkey dinner at my house this Thanksgiving. I plan on hosting a Thanksgiving party at my house for the first time, and I do not have a fryer, and all of my relatives will want a fried turkey. YUM! I bet this is the best! Thanks for the offer!

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  123. I would love to have this fryer, it sounds wonderful! Especially for those of us with small families. My husband and I love fried turkey, but since my parents are gone, it has become more hassle and expense than it is worth for just the two of us. And then he spends most of the day outside with the fryer and I spend it in the kitchen preparing everything else. So much for togetherness! This sounds like the ideal solution! Thanks for all you do-love this site!

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  124. This is the first time in several years that I will be able to spend the hoilday with my daughter and now granddaughter. Through out the years we have always made the sides, but not the turkey. This is my year to cook one for them. I would love for it to come out great and this looks like it would be easy and taste wonderful!

    kelron07@yahoo.com

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  125. This will be our 2nd year to fry our Thanksgiving turkey. It was so good that we fried one for Christmas also!It's so cold here in Kentucky this time of year, so help me stay warm please.

    dinavogel@yahoo.com

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  126. I could really go for a hot turkey sanwich. I'd love to win a turkey fryer!

    tasteofpinecraft@gmail.com

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  127. I have never had deep fried turkey, but have heard everone rave about it. I would love to try it. Hoping your holida is a good one!

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  128. I have to feed about 30 people in my family this year so this would come in handy. I would love to win. I have never fried a turkey before but have wanted to.

    gcox@epmi.org

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  129. We have a crowd at my house every year. Anyone who has nowhere to go is always welcome at my house for Thanksgiving. I usually cook Turkey the conventional way so it would be nice to try something different!

    sandy.early@cox.net

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  130. After 30 Thanksgivings together, maybe my husband would finally enjoy Thanksgiving turkey if it were FRIED!

    Klm81955@gmail.com

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  131. My family loves fried turkey for Thanksgiving and Christmas. This is just what I need to tickle their tastebuds! (Mine, too!) Would love to own one of these.

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  132. Love, love, love fried turkey! It's the only way that my husband will eat turkey. He says oven baked is dry. This is our first holiday season in our new house and we are looking forward to hosting some get togethers. We NEED this fryer to help out!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  133. I have never had fried turkey but did by chance get to see your presentation on QVC and was very impressed in facat it had me slobbering all over myself...alas spending money on myself right now this close to the Holidays just isn't in the cards sooooo...if you would enter me in your contest I'd love to try to win one! Oh and your recipe book looke great!

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  134. I've never had fried turkey, and am too chicken to try to fry one the usual way.

    cwpendleton at a o l dot c o m

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  135. Hey, just found your site! LOVE IT! Being from MS and living here all my life (so far), it's good to see recipes that continue the tradition of the South! The Fryer Giveaway! What a deal! We love fryed turkey the best. We have a large family to prepare holiday dinners for and this would come in extremely handy - to say the least! What a great product and a great review and informative insight from you on the use of it. I hope I win - can't wait!!! Happy holidays to all!!

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  136. mmmmmmmmmmmmm I have never tried fried turkey altho I have always wanted 2 try it! just can't ever afford 2 buy the fryer! This would be an awesome gift for myself as I am the 1 who cooks for every 1 for about 20 yrs now! It would make for the greatest Thanksgiving since I have lost my Mom! I want it so bad i'd give an arm & leg for it! I want something new 2 cook on Thanksgiving day :) I Would also let every1 know how awesome the product is! :) squeezebox67@aol.com

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  137. I am so excited about this fantastic giveaway!! I dearly love to cook for my family and friends, but the as I approach my 69th birthday next month, I find physical limitations make it more and more difficult to entertain. I have never had fried turkey and have always wanted to try it. Like you, I was afraid to do so after reading so many "gone wrong" stories. But from your description it appears Masterbuilt has made the process easy and safe and I would love to have the opportunity to own this Turkey Fryer! I am Mary Ellen Dixon, dixqueenbee@att.net

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  138. Oh my gosh how easy & it appears there would be no risk of a husband burning the house down!! YES I need it BAD!! jeffcoatj@ymail.com

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  139. Love, love, love fried turkey! It's the only way that my husband will eat turkey. He says oven baked is dry. This is our first holiday season in our new house and we are looking forward to hosting some get togethers. We NEED this fryer to help out!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  140. How would this help me??? Well, I would have the bragging rights of having the best turkey ev-ah!

    I had never had fried turkey until last year, and it was honestly the best turkey I have ever had.

    Would definitely love to win this!!

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  141. I found your site one day by accident. What a great accident. Real southern recipes from when I was growing up that I didn't have. Thank you. As far as the giveaway, we've never tried fried turkey but seeing your pictures sure makes me want to try one. I have not seen turkey look that moist and beautiful except when it wasn't fully cooked! I will have my four children and their spouse/friend here for Thanksgving. If you promise to bring the turkey...you're welcome to join us as we give our thanks! Seriously, love your site! cawilli226@aol.com

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  142. My brother always fries a turkey at his house for Thanksgiving. This year I'm cooking so to win this would be so awesome.

    Thank you Mary for a great giveaway.

    nanathena61@yahoo.com

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  143. I just recently married and this is our first holiday together. I would love to win this indoor turkey fryer to make an impressive Holiday for my new family! Excited about the chance!!! :)

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  144. If I win the deep fryer, I won't get aggrevated hearing my husband asking repeatedly when the turkey will be done (for the seven hours it has to cook in my oven), and I will be able to cook all his favorite side dishes without being rushed, and have room in the oven to bake his pumpkin pies, and he will be happy, so really, if I win the fryer, it could possibly save my marriage. : )

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  145. Fried turkey is the only way to go. It comes out so tender and moist and the cooking time is so cut back in time and allows more time to prepare all other dishes to go with it. The family loves it!!!! We need that fryer......

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  146. I have been told that someone is sending us a turducken. Wouldn't that be fabulous deep fat fried?!

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  147. Wow, I don't know what to say - this sounds delish and I would love to impress my family with a fried turkey - from my own BURN-FREE hands!! Seriously, this would be a welcome respite from Popeye's fried turkey...

    Lynn
    luishislop@yahoo.com

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  148. OMG! I have been talking about wanting a fried turkey SO bad this year.... even posted on my FB wall asking people even they know where I can get a turkey fried,lol. I just don't have the $ and frankly am a little scared of using a regular turkey fryer. Winning this giveaway would give me everything I would need to get a fried turkey this year. My family actually has 2Thanksgivings... we go to my family's the weekend before and then I my husband, daughter, and I do our own Thanksgiving together. That means TWO fried turkeys! I am actually praying I win this... best giveaway ever!!

    Thanks!
    jneyland11@hotmail.com

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  149. It would help me help my mother in law cook thanksgiving dinner in Mississippi!

    That turkey looked yummy!

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  150. These are so great I would like to have one for me mom.

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  151. I really really need a fryer. We've always smoked our turkey and this looks so delicious. I've only had fried turkey once and it was sooooo good.

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  152. To have room in the oven for more than just a turkey, oh my, what an idea! Dinner is always delayed because of the bird. I've had fried turkey and it is so much better than a baked turkey, but a baked turkey will have to do if I don't win. :)

    gooberdean@sbcglobal.net

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  153. Wow, what a great fryer. I
    could get my men to cook Thanksgiving with that handy machine.

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  154. Oh WOW!!! That's a beautiful bird!!!! I would love to make this a family tradition to carry on with my children... =))


    sassyraverty@yahoo.com

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  155. Oh, I would love to take a deep fried "Cajun style" turkey to my inlaws for Thanksgiving!!

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  156. It would help me this holiday because I only have a single oven. This way the meat can be prepared in the fryer while I bake other yummy dishes from your website in my oven. :)

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  157. It would me because I have 6 (yes, really...6!!!!) Thanksgiving celebrations to attend, one being at my house. This would save me from hours of cooking!

    rychma at gmail dot com

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  158. Pick me! It's my first Thanksgiving in my new house and I would love to wow my guests with a fried turkey. -April Boucher

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  159. Love deep fried turkey! But in our apartment it is hard to find a place to put the cooker and pot all outside.
    Sharon modom52@aol.com

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  160. This would be the greatest of hoilday gifts.....I have a friend that always fries turkeys for the Holiday season, for about 20-30 friends, and I always thought this would be a nice gift to do for some of my friends for the holidays

    kwikbill at charter dot net

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  161. Due to having had 6 surgeries these past 4 1/2yrs.,this wonderful Turkey Fryer would truly be a THANKSGIVING SAVER and a "face saver" as well!

    thank you,
    jane

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  162. Its my turn to host Thanksgiving so this would really come in handy.

    Melissa
    melissah@bhbaird.com

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  163. My husband would love this baby! Lol, our friends deep fried a turkey last year and it was delicious.

    Miranda

    medwards576@hotmail.com

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  164. Nothing says Thanksgiving more than a juicy, sweet deep fried turkey. Would love, love, love to present one to my family this year.

    psrrn@aol.com

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  165. Holy Cow! What an amazing contest! I've never eaten deep fried turkey - It would be the star of thanksgiving! I can't believe the short amount of time it would take to cook a turkey - it's amazing!

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  166. The "GIVEAWAY-Butterball Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer Package from Masterbuilt" would be a "Divine Intervention" for cooking turkeys during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. My hubby would really enjoy this product as he fries the turkeys for our holiday socials.
    Butterball/Masterbuilt have partnered to produce fantastic,great-tasting fried turkeys with these features:

    Adjustable thermostat temperature control

    Stainless steel construction

    Porcelain-coated inner pot

    Digital timer

    Folding lid with window and filter

    Cooking basket with drain clip

    Drain Valve for easy cleaning

    Saves on oil - uses 1/3 less than conventional turkey fryers
    Can feed up to 8 people.

    Butterball turkeys are always our choice for holiday socials; and using the Masterbuilt fryer will only accentuate its goodness.

    Happy Thanksgiving to everyone.

    Shoe44@aol.com

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  167. 173 comments... not great ods, but a great prize!

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  168. It would be so great to win this. I love turkey and it could be used for so much more as I read. An essential tool. My stove has 2 eyes working and this would be such a help. Another thing men likes to fry turkeys and one of them could do this at a big event freeing you for other things. In this economy what a great prize. I have wanted a steamer and this would do that also. Sounds like a household could use 2. This will be a grand prize for who ever wins it. Of course I would like to be the one. I am thankful something like this is being given away to bring such joy this time of year.
    effie_bill_franks@charter.net

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  169. Having a turkey fryer would mean a turkey that isn't undercooked or burnt. My oven which was originally my husbands grandmothers, it either cooks food too slow or extremely too fast. No matter how many times I check on it. I swear its bipolar. Lol If I was to win, it would mean that we'd be sure to have a scrumptious turkey....something my kids would be thankful for...a turkey they could actually eat. Thanks for taking the time to read & Happy Thanksgiving! Christiehogue@yahoo.com

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  170. Would love to try deep fried turkey. Everyone says it's delicious. And, a time saver. Would free the oven up for other things.

    choirlady27@hotmail.com

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  171. This fryer would be so great for my first holiday season as a wife! My husband has a huge family and we all LOVE fried turkey. This would be so great to have for all of us.

    stephls_24@yahoo.com

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  172. Wow!!! This would free up my stove, and actually allow everything to be done at once. What an idea. Jyokell@comcast.net

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  173. WOW. I want i want i want!

    i am trying your easy breakfast casserole for my christmas party! can't wait!

    hkovarcik@deltastate.edu

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  174. OH MY...I so need this. I have fried our Thanksgiving turkey for the last 10 yrs. Once you fry a turkey, you wont want it any other way. This fryer is AMAZING!

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  175. OMG how great this would be. We've had fried turkey before, but the cost to purchase ALL the peanut oil required for a traditional fryer makes it nearly impossible when you consider all the other holiday costs. Freeing up the oven for other things is almost a dream come true. Imagine being able to get everything finished at the same time instead of staging items. Reduces the stress level in half. I love it!!!!!

    peclay@cox.net

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  176. I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to have this deep fryer!!!! My husband got transferred to another state, so we don't get to visit my parents as often as we would like. Daddy always was the family "fryer" from fish to hushpuppies to turkey - I was always afraid I would slosh the oil out and catch something (like myself - eek!) on fire! Oh, how I miss his fried turkey (and fish and hushpuppies)! Boy would my parents be impressed when they come to visit if I actually fried us some turkey!

    I promise if you send that fryer to me, it will be very much appreciated and used on a regular basis! :)

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  177. Yikes... got so excited that my post went through that I forgot my e-mail address lol

    Deester859@yahoo.com

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  178. This would make such a wonderful birthday present for my husband. He has been looking at turkey fryers so he would love this...and just in time for Thanksgiving and his birthday!!
    PICK ME PICK ME!!!!!!
    Brenda

    ladybugz1022@yahoo.com

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  179. My son is home from Iraq this Thanksgiving and we all are getting together for a huge dinner. This would be a wonderful way to cook the turkey. A special turkey for a very special Thanksgiving!

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  180. What a great giveaway. We are frying up turkeys for our son's Boy Scout troop for their holiday/Court of Honor dinner and our own Thanksgiving meal. Would love this fryer to get that extra turkey done!!!!

    bowerssix@earthlink.net

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  181. It will be the first time in years I have seen both my brothers at the same time. We are getting together for Thanksgiving and this will help us visit more and cook less...but with the same great results!

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  182. I have NEVER had fried turkey, and I currently live in the South. I've always wanted to try it, but 1-I don't have the equipment to do so, and 2-I'm Terrified! I'd be so scared that I'd do it wrong and the turkey would explode or worse, not cook it right.

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  183. Love turkey this would be a great asset to my kitchen.

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  184. I just got home from Walmart and I looked at the Indoor Electric Turkey Fryers !! I almost passed out when I saw you were giving one away for Thanksgiving !!WOW ~~Such an awesome gift for you to GIVE on this Thanksgiving Day !! This Thanksgiving my husband and I will be at home In Texas by ourselves because he is on call and can't leave the state..Our children are far away and we can't expect them to come..We would love to celebrate our Thanksgiving with this Deep fryer, maybe it would put a smile on our face since we want be able to be with our children.. Thank you so much !!bpduncan2001@yahoo.com

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  185. My oldest son would appreciate me winning this (he's 13) because he only will eat fried turkey haha. we have a deep fryer that you have to sit outside to use, so this would be sooooo much more convenient! Plus i am all about adding another gadget to my kitchen :)

    Juliannajones@gmail.com

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  186. Oh my gosh I would LOVE this! I wouldn't have to start cooking at 1:00 am to feed everyonw by 10:30am

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  187. Hi there,

    I love deep fried turkey but my brother in law is the only one in the family who actually cooks one. My dear hubby while a whiz at cooking on the grill draws the line at doing deep fried turkeys due to the safety issues that go along with it.

    This would enable me to safely cook one and the fact that it serves other purposes as a deep fryer, steamer etc, would also help as I have been trying to decide on what to replace my old fryer with as well as long as getting a new steamer so that I and my family may eat healthier with a little deep frying thrown in every so often! Thank you!

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  188. It has been several years since I had fried turkey. Would love to win this and let my family experience it.

    nono916@gmail.com

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  189. I've never even baked a turkey, so frying one seems like the natural alternative! I can't think of a better time than now to try! It looks delicious! Cross my fingers!

    shawn_syphus@hotmail.com

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  190. Holy cow what an awesome giveaway! After my horrendous Thanksgiving dinner last year, I need to redeem myself!!

    Last year I tried cooking a stuffed de-boned turkey my father made. Unfortunately, he had to freeze the turkey before he traveled 8 hours to my house for Thanksgiving. I put the turkey in the oven at 8 AM and by 1 we were wondering why the temperature still did not register on the thermometer. Everyone concluded that the thermometer was broken and insisted that we take the bird out of the oven and serve it. My cousin cut into the bird and it was RAW and some parts still had ice crystals. Everyone was starving so my cousin & father decided to start nuking pieces in the microwave. Most of my guests did not realize what was going on until I started crying. The worst part - when I went to heat up some leftovers 2 days later - we found some of the turkey still in the microwave!

    Please help me redeem myself with this turkey fryer! I don't want my family to vote to have Thanksgiving at someone else's house!

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  191. I have to work on Thanksgiving. I am a nurse. I was thinking there would be no traditional turkey meal this year for us unless we did it on a different day. I could do it in 46 minutes though with one of those! What a great idea! deanawood@centurytel.net

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  192. I would love to have this! Love that you can also use it for more than just turkey .. I am a 23 year old mom to two. My youngest,(11 months old today!) has a major heart defect and several other health problems. So between all of the Dr appointments, surgeries, and everything else I have a hard time getting supper done most nights!! My grandmother usually does Thanksgiving dinner for the whole family, but is not in the best of health. And I would love to be able to take over for her! Last year the whole family ended up eating at Cracker Barrel for Thanksgiving, and while their food is good, it's just not the same as having Thanksgiving dinner at home!!

    Brindy
    Kbhoward1022@yahoo.com

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  193. I moved to SC from Louisiana to live with and care for my elderly aunt and uncle. In doing that, I had to put all of my things in storage. Now, I am hosting Thanksgiving here in their house for 14 people and I don't have my stuff! Also, I'm doing it with my Louisiana recipes and would love to do a fried turkey as they have never had one before but I have never cooked one. I would LOVE to have the Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer to help make things a littler easier for me and have something special. Please, Please, Please pick me!!!

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  194. My family just keeps getting bigger and bigger and I need all the help I can get to get dinner on the table. Thanks for the chance to win!
    judyylee@hotmail.com

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  195. Yum, I would love some of that turkey now! I'd think the time saved on cooking that turkey would be the real advantage, plus the easy cleanup - what more could you ask for!?

    rrfarris@gmail.com

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  196. Your turkey looks so awesome, so juicy, please, please pick me....I would love to have it.

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  197. This turkey fryer looks awesome. We've fried the traditional way and it's always a mess. I've even canceled having Thanksgiving here this year as to so many other issues, it would be impossible to have everything done by that day. Will definitely pass the word on about this!
    Paula
    pnuckols@hotmail.com

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  198. I'm gonna try again..1st post just poof! and gone..lol

    I've had 3 fryers and I've loved them all(2 gas,1 electric).
    We moved due to a job change for my husband. We were unable to take my fryers because of lack of storage space. So my children now have them.

    I miss having my fried turkey. The husband has to work the holiday and this makes it where I can quickly cook the turky and get it to the table whether he pulls the morning or evening shift. He can enjoy a nice hot freshly cooked turkey.

    I love to cook and since having to give away my other cookers I have sorely missed my electric fryer the most.

    I would absolutely love to have a new electric cooker. But this years budget doesn't allow for one. We have a chronically ill child and a grand baby on the way.
    It all leaves no funds for the kitchen gadgets I love to have.

    I'm sure whoever wins it...will love it!!

    denise_1359@hotmail.com

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  199. We have an alot of people to feed this year and this would make it so much easier.
    frankandraatgmaildotcom

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  200. This sounds soooo great! I've always been scared of the outdoor fryers and the risk of fire, so this is PERFECT!

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