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Cincy hounds - where can I get a GOOD turkey?

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jacquelyncoffey Nov 6, 2011 07:24 PM

I'm not a lover of turkey, but the rest of the family would like one for Thanksgiving - haven't made one in about 4 years. Where can I find one that's not enhanced that might actually have some flavor. I want to brine it, so a good brine recipe would be appreciated. I live near Jungle Jim's, so I know that's a good place to start, but since I haven't bought a turkey in a while, I'd like to know what the rest of you like. Thanks.

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    Fibber McGee RE: jacquelyncoffey Nov 7, 2011 08:14 AM

    Is New Carlisle/Tipp City too far (just North of Dayton)? Bowman Landes is located there.

    http://www.bowmanlandes.com/

    1. Longing for Italy RE: jacquelyncoffey Nov 7, 2011 10:34 AM

      Closer than Bowman Landes (but they're terrific!), but a short drive to Harrison, OH is Huisman Poultry (513-367-4214)--an old-time fresh poultry shop.

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        jacquelyncoffey RE: Longing for Italy Nov 7, 2011 12:01 PM

        Hey, I just found out that Stehlin's meats in Colerain carries Huisman turkeys, so that may work for me. Jungle Jim's is charging 4.99/lb. which is too pricey for me, Stehlin is 2.55/lb. Thanks for the tip.

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        Jungle Jim's Cafe
        1923 N Peoria Rd, Springfield, IL 62702

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          Longing for Italy RE: jacquelyncoffey Nov 7, 2011 01:18 PM

          Stehlin's is an excellent source--good stuff, good prices, and great service.

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        johnbycz RE: jacquelyncoffey Nov 15, 2011 09:48 AM

        Just ordered a Huisman turkey from Heist at Findlay Market -- $2.49 a pound.

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        Findlay Market
        Findlay Market Hse, Cincinnati, OH 45202

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