I'd most likely eat it. Unless it smelled bad or had weird spots on it of course.
I'd fry it all up first though. Not sure how, but in my mind cooking it (again) would kill any "bad stuff" that may grown on it overnight.
But then again, I'm the guy how cooked pasta w/ meat sauce that had been in my pantry for 6 years.
09-13-07, 10:47 AM
Dr. Henry Jones, Jr.
09-13-07, 10:48 AM
give it to the homeless
09-13-07, 11:24 AM
Cost of meat: $3
Amount I'd pay not to get food poisoning: $100
Probability of getting food poisoning from this turkey: 10%
Expected cost of eating this turkey: $100 x 10% = $10
Throw it away and get a new one. Or even two new ones.
09-13-07, 01:00 PM
When in doubt, throw it out.
09-13-07, 01:01 PM
One way to tell. Eat it. If you get sick and die, it was bad.
09-13-07, 09:17 PM
Well, I took it to my mommy and asked her what she thought. She said it looked okay and smelled okay so I ate 3 slices for lunch. And so far, I feel okay. I'm not sure if I'll eat any more though. I don't like to waste food and/or money, but I don't want to get sick either.
09-13-07, 09:52 PM
I hope you sit on mommy's lap when the gravyleg attacks.
09-13-07, 10:13 PM
I just don't believe it would go bad in 11 hours (unless you have already had it for two weeks and it was close to going bad already). But my wife would throw it out for sure.