Giving the holiday turkey a booster shot of flavorWant to...

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November 18, 1998|By Suzanne Loudermilk

Giving the holiday turkey a booster shot of flavor

Want to give your turkey a shot in the arm - or, rather, the leg - this year? Cajun Injector Inc. in Clinton, La., has the tool for you.

Its booster-shot-size plunger and needle ($6 or $14.95) will pump your holiday bird with flavors like Creole butter, Creole garlic or rosemary garlic with ease. Simply fill the injector with one of the marinades (from $13.95 for a four pack) and shoot the seasoned liquid into the turkey. Bake as usual.

For information or to place an order, call 800-221-8060.

A whiff of smoke for the family feast

Like Jim Carrey's character in the movie "The Mask," Andy Nelson Jr. is smokin' - turkeys, that is.

The longtime co-owner of Famous Andy's Southern Pit BBQ in Cockeysville, which moved to a new location this summer at 11007 York Road, will smoke holiday turkeys for customers looking for a new taste. The cost is $4 a pound, with large turkeys weighing between 10 and 12 pounds.

Orders must be placed in advance. To find out more about this old-country style of cooking, call 410-527-1226.

Pub Date: 11/18/98

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