If you take lemon pepper and mix it with your flour then chop your turkey breast in two inch size chunks and roll it in the flour then fry it.....its hard to beat. Turkey isn't my favorite thing to eat so I can see where your buddy is coming from. The legs aren't too bad if they are cooked slow in a crock pot or smoked. They are tough as hell otherwise lol. Their isn't a whole lot of meat on a wild turkey to begin with really but a few parts of them aren't bad.A guy told me of a really good wild turkey recipe. Take the fresh killed turkey, place it in a gunny sack, bury the sack for three weeks, dig it up, throw the turkey away and eat the sack.
Your wild turkey recipe works well with merganser alsoA guy told me of a really good wild turkey recipe. Take the fresh killed turkey, place it in a gunny sack, bury the sack for three weeks, dig it up, throw the turkey away and eat the sack.
A couple of years ago a guy came into the store with an ugly camo painted pump shotgun. He had tried to turn it into the police department, but they sent him to me. It was so dirty it would hardly pump. I took it, sprayed solvent all over it and let it sit for about a week. It cleaned up pretty well, and actually appeared to function. i did not shoot it.
A guy came into the store wanting a cheap shotgun to try turkey hunting with. His wife was with him. They had been in several times before over the years. I told him I had just the gun, and would sell it to him for what i had into it. We went back and forth for quite a while with me telling him he needed to be more trusting as he wanted to know the cost before buying it, and I kept telling him the deal was he had to agree to purchase it for my cost prior to my revealing the price I paid. His wife seemed to be enjoying the show.
Finally he gave in and said, "Okay, how much?" I gave him the shotgun as it was given to me. He was in the other day and told me it was a turkey killing machine. I think he has gotten spring and fall turkeys with it the last couple of years.