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Anywhere sell pre-cooked turkey?

My mom is too lazy to cook up a turkey dinner these days, but I still want to have turkey dinner for Thanksgiving. Does anyone know where I can buy precooked turkey? I'm in Toronto btw.
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It's pretty easy to cook one. Buy a frozen turkey, put some stuffing. that's about it.....

Just letting you know how easy it is...your request is kinda like buying sliced fruit....

Not sure why you mentioned your mom...since you can do it...I'm trying my best to not judge you as a very weak person. :lol:
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you two must be friends. i would try metro and alike stores, but they might have tiny ones..

but ya, your mom would love it if you learned how and stepped up :)
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T&T sells them cooked, but as it's a Chinese store I doubt they know how to make turkey properly.
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Aznsilvrboy wrote:
Oct 8th, 2010 1:15 am
My mom is too lazy to cook up a turkey dinner these days

Wow, talk about being lazy and unappreciative. If your mom is too tired (or lazy as you put it), get off your ass and cook it yourself. Surprise her after all those years she has cooked you turkey.
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shadow_cruiser wrote:
Oct 8th, 2010 1:50 am
Wow, talk about being lazy and unappreciative. If your mom is too tired (or lazy as you put it), get off your ass and cook it yourself. Surprise her after all those years she has cooked you turkey.

I was quoting her directly. My way of stepping up is buying the turkey so we can still enjoy it.
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Aznsilvrboy wrote:
Oct 8th, 2010 1:54 am
My way of stepping up is buying the turkey so we can still enjoy it.
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That's good of you. But it'd be extra special if you prepared it yourself.
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Can't you get turkey TV dinners?

Make sure you get some Pepto Bismol to go with it.
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Longo's sells a complete turkey dinner with sides for about $90..not sure what the deadline for ordering is though.
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you could get the pre-brined, pre-marinaded, pre-stuffed turkeys. Just follow the instructions and pop it in the oven.
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UrbanPoet wrote:
Oct 8th, 2010 3:09 am
you could get the pre-brined, pre-marinaded, pre-stuffed turkeys. Just follow the instructions and pop it in the oven.

What if you don't have the appropriate cookware, like a pan deep enough to cook a turkey?

Our "family" turkey dinner is being postponed by 2 weeks but I would still like to have a turkey dinner monday. I was just going to buy a rotisserie chicken from GCSS and make all the other usual sides and pretends its turkey but I would love to know if its possible to just buy non-processed turkey portions :lol:
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just go to loblaws and buy a pre-cooked chicken and say its a baby turkey
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Try some deli's in mid- town Toronto
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