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New Years Day Deboned Turkey with Q view

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HAppy New Years fellow smokers. I have deboned and in the process of smoking about an 9lb turkey. I am also playing with the wifes new camera. deboned turkey.jpg  

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Had a few more pics I didn't add. turkey deboned seasoned and butter.jpg

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have to read up on adding multiple picsturkey tied and rubbed.jpg

post #4 of 13

Great Job on deboning the big bird, it looks great. It's all good my friend. 

post #5 of 13

Looks fabulous, can't wait to see how it came out. Thanks for sharing.

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Lookin good!  icon14.gif

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Here it is in the smoker finishing upturkynribsnsmokr.JPG

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Finished productboneless turkey.JPG

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let it sit for 12 minutes couldn't wait. turkey sliced.JPG

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Turkey turned out really good it was moist probably could have taken out a little bit sooner but till delicious my son it was the best turkey he's ever had. oh and i almost forgot the ribs were good as well here is a pic of the ribs. Gotta give myself a low score for presentataion with that big white meatless bone front and centre but i was in a hurry to eat. I knew you guys would understand. Happy New year. gotta hit the couch and hopefully watch the winter classic. ribs.JPG   

post #11 of 13

The bird and ribs look great! Nice job  PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif

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I like that boneless bird, nice job. points.gif

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thanks Guys. Already thinkin of the turkey salad sandwiches tomorrow, 

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