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Will there be smoke?

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Have read in more than one spot that a turkey breast needs to be "smoked" at 325*. I have done plenty of cooking on our BGE and don't recall seeing any smoke at that temp....

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You don't have to see it to get the smoke flavor. For your BGE throw in a piece of seasoned wood about the size of your fist.

 

 

 

 

 

Happy smoken.

David

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Cooked on my stick burner with apple wood only - 325-350 degrees for about 5 hours.  These were 24# birds.

 

They both had excellent smoke flavor and crisp skin.

 

If there is smoke in the cooking chamber it will get into the meat.

 

Smoke on!


Edited by YNOT2K - 12/16/14 at 6:21am
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If you can Smell it the meat will absorb it...JJ

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