1. Kate

    Every Christmas my dad says this "joke" –

    "Guess what, I can speak the language of Turkey!"
    "Yep, gobble gobble".

    *groan* Makes me laugh a bit though. LOL

    What a fabulous post! I have never heard of this method of cooking and would love to give it a try!

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  2. stephsjoy

    a very clever use of the esky!
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    • Danya Banya

      Thanks Steph! xx


  3. That is a genius idea, I can't wait to try it!

    Q – What sound does a space turkey make?
    A – Hubble, Hubble, Hubble!

    SO funny.

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  4. Wow! This is so clever! Never would I have thought of this and have not eaten food cooked in such a way either. How exciting to cook like this at home! 🙂

    • Danya Banya

      Thanks Bekka!


  5. That is amazing! The turkey looked so tender as well. I can't believe you could cook in an esky!!!!

  6. Childhood 101

    I have no words! How clever is that and the meat looks sooooo good 🙂 My family are not traditionally turkey eaters but turkey is dear to my husband's heart as it forms such a special part of his childhood memories from Christmas and other celebrations. Needless to say, it is a tradition that he has passed on to me and our children and it is certainly the yummiest of traditions to enjoy 🙂
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  7. Well who knew you could cook in an esky? That's amazing!

  8. Kim

    Knock knock
    Who's there?
    Steggles who?
    Steggles turkey of course!!!!

  9. mstwitchy

    I am seriously impressed. I want to try it! Anyone with MacGuyver skillz impresses me, no matter what they're doing and your Mr B is one plucky dude. (See what I just did there?) #teamIBOT


  10. Wow! That's impressive!

    Brace yourself for my turkey joke:

    What happened when the turkey got into a fight?

    He got the stuffing knocked out of him!
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  11. Camilla

    What kind of key has legs and can’t open doors?
    A Turkey!

  12. Lynsey S

    Why can't you take a turkey to church??

    They use FOWL language!


  13. Q: Why did the police arrest the turkey?

    A: They suspected it of fowl play!

  14. Michelle V

    Why did the turkey cross the road twice?

    To prove that he wasn't chicken!!


  15. Chont

    What do you get when you cross a turkey with a banjo?
    A turkey that can pluck itself!

    Where do you find a turkey with no legs?
    Exactly where you left it!

    How can you tell a male turkey from a female turkey?
    The male is the one holding the remote control.

    What sound does a limping turkey make?
    Wobble wobble


  16. Who would have known? Crazy cool!
    Here's my joke.

    Q: What do you get when you cross a turkey with a banjo?
    A: A turkey that can pluck itself!


  17. Why did the turkey cross the road?

    Because it wasn't a chicken

  18. Have a laugh on me

    That is totally crazy and I had to read very carefully to make sure it wasn't a joke@@ But thanks for sharing. Love the new look blog BTW!

    • Danya Banya

      Hahaha, no joke! Although the part about the girls gobbling it up… 🙂 And thanks. 🙂

  19. Nae peters

    This is brilliant.
    This morning my son was telling me he had a dream about catching fish, with a turkey. It was pretty detailed & funny to listen to how he caught sword fish, rainbow fish and blue crabs using a turkey tied up from a fast yellow paddle boat that could also go on land lol

  20. Jackie @ MLB

    Gosh, that is clever! Who would have thought.


  21. Very clever, have to give it a try some time!
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    • Danya Banya

      Thanks Alicia!

  22. Kate-TheCraftTrain

    That looks great and easy enough even for me not to muck up! Pinning and I think I will have to try. Here is my joke…

    Why do turkeys gobble?
    Because they never learned table manners!

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  23. Thaleia

    Wow, I have never heard of this but certainly very interested! Will be sharing with my hubby. Featured you on the Thoughtful Spot Blog Hop!

    • Danya Banya

      It's really easy and really yummy 🙂 Thanks for featuring xx


  24. Hey, foodsaver bags are reuseable… Just make them larger the first time and cut just under the seal when you open them.

    My cooler has turned into the workhorse of the kitchen – it transports my raw milk every week, serves as the yogurt incubator (with the heating pad) and diy sous vide.

    • Danya Banya

      Yes, we've started reusing our bags too – especially for storing things like parmesan cheese where we use only a little bit each time (and just reseal as close to the edge as possible). Love the idea of using your cooler as a yogurt incubator – hadn't thought of that! We've since bought a sous vide machine – that fits in our cooler quite nicely and eliminates the need to keep checking the temperature. We use it almost every day now, we even take it on holidays with us!


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