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07/31/2013

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These sound so good!

Pam, it is amazing...flat out delicious.

Hey - aren't the turkey drumettes about the size of a regular chicken leg??? hmmmm options - just thinking options... ;) sounds delish!

Lea - turkey's quite a bit larger (at least these were massive) but I think chicken would do fine. I'd just cut the cooking time by about an hour and it would be fine.

Can you ever go wrong when cooking with beer? I should cook more turkey, especially if it tastes as good as this sounds.

Lorraine - you know we don't do pansy flavors around here and no excuses with Foster Farms fresh turkey pieces available at Freddy's. We really, really like this one!

Wow that looks great, we don't use much turkey over here so its hard to get so I'm thinking chicken thighs, as a huge curry fan I've been wanting to try a west indian version for a while now and this is like a carribean stew, plus I can get scotch bonnets locally now so this is a midweek must try.

Shaun, it'll be great with chicken too and I bet it would be good with lamb as well. I'll be trying it both ways one of these days.

Is there an alternative to the stout? I can't have alcohol

Hi Kim - never having made it without the stout, I really can't say except that the gingery/garlic flavors really come through so I'd been inclined to try ginger ale - like maybe a 10 ounce can and use chicken stock for the remaining 15 ounces of liquid. Let me know how it turns out, OK?

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