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Let's cook a Turkey!!!

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Toke out one 11 pound turkey from the freezer to smoke today. Doing it by the book except, I rubbed the outside down with Coconut cooking oil then rubbed a home made dry rub. Will post more pictures later.

 

 

 

post #2 of 10

Looking forward to seeing the progression.

post #3 of 10
Thread Starter 
4 hours into the smoke



post #4 of 10

Looks good so far. Did you brine :icon_question: Some do , some don't  ,  I don't do much brining but if someone wants it , I do. Trish likes the brining more than me.

 

Send some plated shots , make us drool . . .

post #5 of 10

Any pics of the final product?

post #6 of 10
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I had some people over and was not able to take to many pictures. Here is the few I have.



Even with people over I was able to put some in the freezer. Will add pictures of what I cook with it.
post #7 of 10
Looks great. I would like to try a turkey and then do one for Thanksgiving.
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Originally Posted by RSNovi View Post

Looks great. I would like to try a turkey and then do one for Thanksgiving.

I always enjoy a smoke turkey and don't think of it as only for the holidays.
post #9 of 10

I always do a separate breast when I do turkey so I can make sliced lunch meat for the week.  Yummy!  Looks great!

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Originally Posted by RSNovi View Post

Looks great. I would like to try a turkey and then do one for Thanksgiving.

I always enjoy a smoke turkey and don't think of it as only for the holidays.

I hear you good life. I wouldn't mind eating turkey more often.


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