Bought a MES 30, sent a few hours reading newby stuff from this site, seasoned the unit and put it to work this weekend. I run a weekly soup kitchen at our Church, so am treating our guests to smoked turkey breast sandwiches this week. I only took a before picture to share. These are 8 2 lb turkey breasts which I brined a few hours, dried and then dry rubbed. Turned out very well. Many thanks to all for the great info on this site, looking forward to many future smokes and learning the ropes from you all, Pete
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