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F. McLintocks pays tribute to the turkey. For without this domestic
creature, we would be unable to serve up one of the hottest appetizers
this side of the Rocky Mountains… Our Famous Turkey Nuts.
In 1974, while on a trail ride, Bruce Breault was served this delicacy.
He and Tunny decided to try them at the Shell Beach Dining House. Tunny
recalls his flight to Selma in their Cessna 206 to pick up a load of nuts.
Caring back 1,000 pounds at a time would weigh down the plane so bad, he
was afraid he wouldn't get off
the ground with Selma's short runway.
By-Golly, the plane did get off the ground and a FMc tradition was
Over the years the boys have experimented in the kitchen with different
ways to prepare Turkey Nuts, but nothing compared to our traditional "deep
fried golden brown" method.
Unusual as it may seem, Turkey Nuts are located in the back, between the
wings, in the testicle cavity. Despite their anatomical location, we
serve up a phenomenal
10,000 pounds a year!
Now that's a lot of Nuts!!