Hello all, I've been looking through this forum for some, but I haven't had anything to share since I'm still new to smoking. I read the smoking-meat article about double smoking a ham, and I'm wondering if the same thing can apply to a pre-cooked boneless turkey breast.
For Easter, my mother in-law asked if i could cook the ham and turkey breast. She bought the food, so I couldn't really argue. However she couldn't find a non-cooked turkey for some reason. She went to 4 different stores to no avail, so she got a pre-cooked turkey breast.
Is there a special trick to smoking them without having them dry out? Should i just throw it in the smoker, like the ham, or should i wrap it in foil with a little water?