Noah's Farm Turkeys

Deep-Fried Turkey Fundraiser for Noah's Farm Zimbabwe, Africa

Deep-fried turkey story …

The whole idea of cooking deep-fried turkeys started in 1989 when my brother Vandy and I had our Big A Auto Parts store in Washington, Missouri. In February of that year we were having our annual Big A Filter Sale. Vandy was talking with our Account Executive, John Robertson, from the Big A Auto Parts Corporation about how to make it an extra special event. As it turns out John was originally from Louisiana. He shared with Vandy about a tradition in Louisiana called Cajun Deep-Fried Turkey. During this era, deep-frying turkeys was unheard of outside of Louisiana. Since both Vandy and I like to cook, the idea quickly took hold. John loaned us his cooker, showed us how to do it and we promoted the deep-fried turkeys along with the filters. It was a big success.

When the Thanksgiving Season came that year we were thinking what to do special.. (Click here for the rest of the story)


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This year Noah's Farm has once again has been asked to provide our wounded warriors at Ft. Sam with 200 deep-fried turkeys for Thanksgiving. Plus we will sell an additional 700 turkeys to anyone as a fundraiser for our 9th water well in Zimbabwe, Africa.


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for information about ordering a deep-fried turkey or to learn how to sponsor a Turkey for a Wounded Warrior


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to volunteer to help -- pick up, clean, marinate, cook or wrap turkeys. Help is needed from November 23-November 29. Choose your date and time.

NOTE: Thanksgiving Day is our greatest need; those who help will be treated to a turkey dinner when we are done for the day.