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Thursday, May 24, 2012

Juicy Turkey Leg

On my first visit in Downtown Disney (4 years ago), I saw a group of men eating a gigantic leg of meat. I traced the vendor and it's selling Turkey Leg worth $9.99. I was like, could they eat them without rice or something? I was curious about the taste after all the queue is really long and it' sellable. I refrain from buying I thought it's just ordinary meat!When we went to Disney's Magic Kingdom few weeks ago, our friend bought a turkey leg and I told myself, I will try it. OMG! Delicious and taste like Lechon! It is just awkward to eat a huge Turkey Leg as we walk around Disney LOL. I won't do it again *wink*!Downtown Disney do not sell them anymore and I do not know why. Every time I crave for one, I just go to WalMart and for less than $10, I got two pieces.So crunchy, tasty, and juicy. Turkey leg is better than chicken because it has low fat and it is a high protein food. It is so meaty and less fats compared to the all-time favorite chicken. For more nutritional info on Turkey Leg, check it out in Website.


  1. yummmmmmmmmmm what a big piece of turkey leg Ate Ahm, imo na nahurot :-) Dropping by from Yummy Sunday

  2. wow, that looks so delicious...must be really nice to try it. :) visiting from YS, see you around. thanks and have a great weekend.


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