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I've always done a brine with my turkeys, but only for the sole reason it is how my mom did it, and i never had a turkey quite like hers (granted i might be able to top her now). I think if you have time to brine, you might as well, it wont hurt any
Al, some time ago I gave you a recipe for a BBQ sauce for chicken that you sop on while slow roasting chicken on the grill, did you try it yet?
Talking about brine, of all places I bought a package from LOWE'S that was a kit to brine a turkey. The kit even contained a giant plastic bag large enough for the brine solution and the turkey, after following the directions I roasted our turkey at 300 until done. It was just the best turkey I have eaten, so moist, it was my first experience with a brine solution.