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Good afternoon (on the East Coast anyway).

I am going to be smoking a turkey breast for Thanksgiving. I have smoked burgers, pork ribs, pork chops and a pork butt in the past, to great success. I have a Masterbuilt 40" electric smoker. A buddy smokes a lot of meat and said that Myron Mixin's rib rub was great for everything.

My idea is to smoke it in Apple chips. I am really new to the smoking world, only a grill up until this year, and always looking to learn more.

Any good ideas for a rub?

Also I read a lot about brines. Not real sure about that process yet, any help?

Thanks a bunch for all your help.

PS. I have a large family (6 kids and a spouse) so I like to smoke as much as I can as it's easier and so much better tasting. Any and all help is greatly appreciated!
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Originally Posted by baldsmoker View Post

Good afternoon (on the East Coast anyway).

I am going to be smoking a turkey breast for Thanksgiving. I have smoked burgers, pork ribs, pork chops and a pork butt in the past, to great success. I have a Masterbuilt 40" electric smoker. A buddy smokes a lot of meat and said that Myron Mixin's rib rub was great for everything.

My idea is to smoke it in Apple chips. I am really new to the smoking world, only a grill up until this year, and always looking to learn more.

Any good ideas for a rub?

Also I read a lot about brines. Not real sure about that process yet, any help?

Thanks a bunch for all your help.

PS. I have a large family (6 kids and a spouse) so I like to smoke as much as I can as it's easier and so much better tasting. Any and all help is greatly appreciated!
 
I would say ( from the reviews ) that Myro Mixon's recipe is a good choice .  I have a few ideas fr the Rubs such as -- SPOG , Hab. or Chipolte and some Smoked Paprika
 
For the Brines I usually go to  1/2 cup of Sea Salt , 1/2 half cup of Sugar , Garlic powder , onion powder and  any  thing you care to try.
 
have fun and as always . . .
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