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I'm hoping to smoke a turkey breast for a family gathering soon. I plan on smoking it at home and taking it to the gathering about 20 minutes away. What would be the best way to transport it? Foiled, in a cooler? How long would it hold a decent temp before serving? If anyone has any experience with this or suggestions I am all ears.

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I'm hoping to smoke a turkey breast for a family gathering soon. I plan on smoking it at home and taking it to the gathering about 20 minutes away. What would be the best way to transport it? Foiled, in a cooler? How long would it hold a decent temp before serving? If anyone has any experience with this or suggestions I am all ears.

Yes foil it and wrap with towels in a cooler. It will hold temp for hours so you should be good to go.

Happy smoken.

David

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Another of man's great ideas... the ice cooler/heat holder container :rolleyes:

 

Handy as a shirt pocket...:ROTF

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How does foiling, wrapping and holding in a cooler for several hours affect the crisp of the skin?
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How does foiling, wrapping and holding in a cooler for several hours affect the crisp of the skin?

It destroys it AR15firing.gif.

Happy smoken.

David

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I can't help it. A fella was ask "what is the greatest invention made" he said the "the ice chest" what it just keep cold thing cold and warm thing warm. "Yes but how does it know the difference? "
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It destroys it AR15firing.gif .
Happy smoken.
David

Thats what I thought. Thanks
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Yes foil it and wrap with towels in a cooler. It will hold temp for hours so you should be good to go.

Happy smoken.

David

That's I have been doing for about 5 years now...works great! Hardest part is smelling it all the way!!!

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