FOF #886 – Turkey in My Tummy

Nov 23, 2008 · 1985 views

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Gobble gobble! What better way to celebrate Thanksgiving than with Tracy Tyler, our fabulous trannie gal pal from the suburbs of Chicago. Tracy’s here to find the true meaning of Thanksgiving- is it being grateful? […]


  1. Great show guys, and yeah they do still deep fry turkeys here in the south (SC). Walmart has piles of deep fryers and peanut oil. The Military also loves to deep fry turkeys, they are always sending out emails about not to over fill with oil.

  2. DavidMcD says:

    Yaaaaay Tracy! That song took me back to my childhood and the Easter egg was fantastic.

  3. Tracy-Shouldn’t that be a scarlet “T” on your bib/yoke?
    Marc-I adore your ability to mention sticking your dick in the raw center of the turkey with what I imagine to be a perfect poker face.
    Fausto-that “most definitely” during the LifeLube spot was exceptionally sexy. I’m going to listen again but sit on my speakers this time.

  4. Cliff Dix says:

    I love a deep fried turkey but they are dangerous to make. It goes without saying that there will be some news story about a whole family and their house being taken out by their exploding turkey. Some people actually make the mistake of putting a frozen turkey into that hot oil. The results…not sexy.
    Happy Thanksgiving to my FOF Family!

  5. Cliff Dix says:

    PS. Always a pleasure to hear Ms. Tyler on the show. I love when she sings, uses her deep voice, and tells sex stories!

  6. Tracy is such a bundle of joy.

  7. Rhea says:

    @Beverly: Fausto had the same effect on me, too! 🙂 Maybe it’s the Panda thing.

    I have to point out that a Panda is indeed a bear, and not a racoon. See this link:

    (I’m just sayin’…)

    Tracy, thank you for appearing on the show again! You have such a joie de vivre, it’s so infectious. I was in bed with the flu this morning and feeling wretched, but after listening to the show, I didn’t feel so sorry for myself

    Happy Thanksgiving, Marc and Fausto– thank you for being a sort of daily “Trevor Project” for us grown-ups. I don’t know what we’d do without you!

  8. Rhea says:

    Woop, the show number needs to be fixed– you’re only 14 shows away from the big 900, not 16. 🙂

  9. Ooops! I fixed it.

    I believe the Panda classification is still up in the air. Studies suggest they may be member of the bear family but it’s not completely accepted. If they are a the same species, I wonder what would happen if crossed a Grizzly bear with a Panda?

  10. LOL hahah make sure you all listen to the VERY end of the show for the special song by Marc, Fausto and me !!!! SMOOCH — thanks everyone for listening!

  11. RcktMan says:

    LOOOOOOVED the show! Tracy is always so much fun to hear, and she totally made my day brighter. I think “TRANNY” needs to be released… it’d be a HIT 🙂

    Have a great Thanksgiving everyone. 🙂

  12. CharlesVer33 says:

    Thank you Fausto, Marc and Tracy for cheering me up today. You guys are all like a family to me. Thank you, thank you thank you

  13. Yeah, another show with Tracy! Loved the song “Tranny”.

    Have trip to Europe, Tracy. You could travel to different countries. I am sure you would have lots of fun!

  14. David says:

    Feast of Fools goes to Europe to solve the mystery of the Da Vinci Code, or just to eat really good food.

  15. haha that would be so fun — Feast of Fools in Europe!!! WOOO HOOO!!!! I wanna be banned from the Cathedrals like they did Madonna in Prague when she was making Evita !!! That would be such an accomplishment !!!! 😀

  16. Kieran says:

    Turkey’s are best left in the wild not farmed for meat gluttons. Liberate them. Poor things. How could you sit down and eat poor innocent birds just because ‘I like it’ which is the response most meat eaters give. I thought with Obama we were kind of moving on and turning a page not funding the slaughter of thosands and birds . Remember who is making all that money, the filthy food giants.

    I hope all gay people realise they need to be vegetarian too. If you can find the right arguments to address heterosox then you can fight this awful needless destruction of animals.

    When people roll their eyes at vegetarians it reminds me of how people role their eyes at ‘he’s gay’. Here we go, just wants to be special…

  17. The Palin,turkey video made me think…is there a connection between the deep red of the new fabulous, cruelty free! t-shirts and the turkey slaughter season before Thanksgiving?

    However, wish you have all a nice Thanksgiving with your family, friends!

  18. hey guys and gurl, great show. how about posting your veggie loaf recipe for us vegetarians? it sounds great.

  19. Hi great show! I love it when Tracy comes on 🙂 Have a great Thanksgiving!

  20. Sid says:

    HEY BOOGERS, HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Thanks for having Tracy on again, she’s a riot. So I have to comment and say THANK YOU. I have literally been listening since the first show several years ago. You’ve kept me entertained at work on a daily basis. Two years ago I was hit by a car while I was out jogging and I MADE my mom download all your shows so I had something to listen the NINE LONG DAYS in the hospital. That’s just one example of MANY where you’ve made a difference in this homo’s life ;-). I just bought your holiday shirt and I can’t wait to get it. Also I urge all your listeners to DONATE, I just did and I can’t tell you how good it felt to give back to the two podcasters that have brought me such consistent enjoyment. Love ya, Sid from San Francisco.
    ps. thanks for getting the word out there about prop 8. it’s been so prevalent in the news here, but i’ve wondered about the rest of the country. thanks for doing what you can to keep people everywhere informed.

  21. Sid says:

    haha, i just noticed the pic of you guys with tracy and her scarlet letter. too funny.

  22. What a nice and touching message Sid! Thank you so much. Your contributions keep the show going, and I know how much of a sacrifice it is, so from the deepest parts of our hearts, thank you.

    I’ll even show you in person my appreciation! 🙂

    Warm wishes

  23. I forgot the exact amounts of what goes in a harvest loaf- but the thing is it’s not hard to make.

    Boil some lentils until they are soft (like half of those goya bags)
    mash them with a fork, add:
    2 eggs, well beaten
    a shredded zuccini
    one whole chopped onion, sauteed
    herbs (oregano, etc) a teaspoon of poultry seasoning
    salt and pepper to taste
    one or two shredded carrots

    then to that mixure, add italian bread crumbs until the consistency of meatloaf before you cook it.

    Put it in a greased loaf pan an cook it around 325 until it’s firm-ish and towards the end glaze with ketchup, cayenne and basalmic vinegar mixed together.

    When I make it on Wed I’ll post my recipie for it.

    Ironically, I love eating this with Chicken Gravy!


  24. Love the show guys! And Tracy is always a pleasure to listen too. I agree with the other listener who mentioned they liked it when Tracy does the voices. And Tracy, how could you just let us listeners hang there and not tell us your sex stories?! Fausto, that recipe sounds absolutely delicious and I can’t wait to make it. I’m not a vegetarian, but it sounds too good to pass up. As for the Pailn turkey video, I thought it was hysterical! To me, it’s like watching payback for the turkey that chased me around my house years ago:

    I live across the street from a dairy farm, but years ago we had other neighbors who had all sorts of ducks, turkeys, chickens, lambs, roosters, and other yummy creatures. When I was 11, their giant old turkey came into our yard, which was not an unusual occurrence. I’d chased this thing back into their yard many times before, but this day was a bit different. It wouldn’t go back. The day in question was Thanksgiving Day, of course. It probably smelled its relative baking away. Anyway, I got out the broom and tried shooing it back. This giant turkey jumped in the air and started to chase me around the house. I was running and screaming, “Help! Thanksgiving dinner is chasing me!” Around and around the house I ran with that damn turkey chasing me. My mom and grandma came out, saw what was going on, and just stood there and laughed. A car drove by, saw the debacle, backed up, and sat in the middle of the road, laughing as well. The neighbor who owned the turkey heard the commotion and came over. He could only just laugh, too. Every time I ran around the house where they could all see me, they laughed harder. Finally our neighbor collected himself enough to actually stop the turkey from chasing me. Since then, I get a crooked little smile on my face every time I eat turkey.

    Oh, and the picture for this episode is priceless! Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

  25. thank you for the recipe fausto. it should be a hit. will let you know….

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