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post #21 of 26

Looks Great!

 

Todd

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post #22 of 26

That's some good looking turkey. You've just inspired me.

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Thanks all,

                  Thinking on some salmon, king fish and ATB's for Fathers day, will let ya know if I achieve TBS using a smoke can in my Electric ECB. ( fingers Crossed )


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Experimented a bit and tried both the perforated can and a perforated foil packet in the bottom of the Elec TBS,....up to about 175 = NO SMOKE

not enough oxygen . Funny, I took off the drum to get to the element, &..... smoke wisps seep out of foil packet.

Result emptied both in bottom of smoker, not touching element and TA DA smoking TBS steady until they ashed out of course!

 

post #24 of 26

YoungOne that looks amazing and very moist!  Did you use the Honey Brine recipe from CookShack? I have never brined the breast before so its something i want to try next.

 

Also one trick i used in my elect. brinkman was to add only one or 2 chucks of wood at a time....i was going crazy on the wood when i first got her but i was getting way to many flameups and inconsistent temps.  so i would add one or 2 and check every hour.  more manual labor but it seemed to work.  just my 2 cents

 

 

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YoungOne that looks amazing and very moist!  Did you use the Honey Brine recipe from CookShack? I have never brined the breast before so its something i want to try next.

 

Also one trick i used in my elect. brinkman was to add only one or 2 chucks of wood at a time....i was going crazy on the wood when i first got her but i was getting way to many flameups and inconsistent temps.  so i would add one or 2 and check every hour.  more manual labor but it seemed to work.  just my 2 cents

 

 


Hi Doug actually I found the recipe on the net, It's written by the webmaster of cookshack,  SMOKIN OAKIE

 

Here's the recipe and the link to the website article:

 

I halved the ingredients for my turkey breast.

 

Smokin’ Okie’s Holiday Turkey Brine
1 gal. water*
1 c. coarse kosher salt
¾ c. soy sauce
½ c. white sugar
½ c. brown sugar
½ c. honey
½ c. apple cider vinegar
4 Tbsp. black pepper
3 - 4 Tbsp. chopped garlic
1 tsp. Allspice

Continue reading on Examiner.com How to BBQ the perfect turkey:Smoked turkey foolproofed - Sacramento Outdoor cooking | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/outdoor-cooking-in-sacramento/how-to-bbq-the-perfect-turkey-smoked-turkey-foolproofed#ixzz1Q6XIwVU4

 

interesting article, I improvised my own rub concoction.

 

 

 

post #26 of 26

great thanks!

 

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