cooked turkey

Discussion in 'Everything else' started by stagecoach, Nov 15, 2006.

  1. stagecoach

    stagecoach Member

    Thanksgiving turkey model

    someone asked me to make a turkey centerpiece for the table on turkey
    Well because this person is always joking others I thought about doing
    the same.
    I know there is some favorite turkey models like the one at, but that
    isn't the kind I am looking for. What I am looking for is a cooked
    turkey with the head
    laying to the side and the feet straight up. Looks like a real cooked
    turkey only with
    the head and feet included.
    I know that's not the kind she had in mind, but is mine.

    So the question is this, Has anyone run into this kind of a model?
    If not is there anyway someone could produce one before T-Day so I
    could do this
    fun thing?

    If anyone wants to help out with turkey, carrots, potato's and other
    foods My email address on profile is current so send them in.

    Hako models would also be concidered or even used.

    Thank you all for help in this matter.
    John (stagecoach)
  2. stagecoach

    stagecoach Member

    well now that thanksgiving has ended I actually fond this funny site that had a turkey to build.:grin:
    funny how no one else had a clue of it's existance.:confused: Guess I will have to build a new one for next year.:)
  3. cmdrted

    cmdrted Active Member

    My wife sent me a practical joke about A Mom stuffing her daughter-in-laws turkey with a cooked cornish hen. When it came time to pull out the stuffing she pulled out the Game hen and the poor daughter-in-law had a breakdown, she thought she cooked a pregnant turkey! It took 2 hours to calm her down and explain that turkeys laid eggs!
  4. Amazyah

    Amazyah Senior Member

    Yeah, I just found that one this morning. (The Paper Turkey) Bummer.

    There is always Christmas Turkey though!:grin:

  5. stagecoach

    stagecoach Member

    your wife wasn't Jessica S..son by any chance?

    I hope not But that is funny hen tastes good too also helps in case you run
    out of turkey.:idea:
    loved it.

    as for the turkey model I just spent about 3 hours reworking the model to bring it down in size for my usage. They had it up to 15 pages and I reduced it down to 4 pages or down to the size of a small chicken.

    I could also enlarge it for a small turkey too.

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