Thursday, November 25, 2010

Thanksgiving Turkey- Baseball Style


Love me some turkey, but I'm pretty sure you're supposed to remove the laces before consuming.


Here's the Phillies' resident turkey, Joe Blanton, ready to gobble down some grub as per usual.


Speaking of turkey, here is Philly's ex-jive turkey, Allen Iverson, in Turkey where he now plays professional basketball.

Happy Thanksgiving. Now go enjoy the food, family, and fun of the holiday. And if you don't have any of that, there's always alcohol.

5 comments:

furiousBall said...

As Benjamin Franklin once said, "I have not yet begun to eat all your giblets and drink all your ale!"

Not really, but still that should give you an idea of my Thanksgiving plans. No giblet is safe.

What the hell is a giblet anyway?

Happy Turkey Day!

GM-Carson said...

My wife removed the giblets from the turkey, a strange thing to behold for sure.

GM-Carson said...

By the way, just want to point out the dedication of the WSBGMs blog. We bring it to you every day of the year, even on holidays.

SirAlden said...

A giblet is all 'the junk in the trunk'

gizzard - stomach, neck, heart, liver

that comes in the bag in the turkey.

I throw out the heart and liver and put the gizzards and neck in 1/2 gallon of water to make STOCK (Turkey Tea) on low heat. Later 1 stick of butter, 1/2 cup flour, cook for as long as you want, then add the STOCK and if you are fancy the drippings from the Turkey Pan.

Viola! Turkey Gravy!

GM-Carson said...

Phils interested in hefty lefy Dennys Reyes. They could do worse, but I wish they'd do better.