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Turkey in February....

post #1 of 16
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Time to use up some of last falls sale priced turkeys...   I think there are 4 more $0.69 birds in the refer... 

 

Brined in brown sugar and salt...   Rubbed with a Costco NO SALT spice....  Smeared with peanut oil....   Smoked at 140 ish for 2 hours then 275 for the duration...  

 

 

 

 

post #2 of 16

Looks tasty Dave! I have one of those hiding in the freezer, might only be a breast, but I can't recall. Going to wait a couple weeks as we just did one a few weeks ago.

post #3 of 16

Dave they do have some nice color,I have a hotel style in my freezer.

Richie

post #4 of 16
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Thanks for the nice comments....   It had been awhile since the last bird but it's always welcome on our table...    I'm sure the breast will be sliced up for turkey sandwiches, which is one more welcome treat for lunches...

Bride had a "considerable" say in how this bird was smoked.....    HIGH temp, rubbed in seasoning and rubbed with oil....  She wanted the skin edible and not rubbery....   Well, she was right...  skin is definitely edible and tasty...   meat is still delicious...   

It does pay to listen to the better half...   always......

post #5 of 16

Dave, that turkey looks fantastic!     I am going to have to try the Costco no salt seasoning, is it something like Lawerys seasoning salt without the salt? 

post #6 of 16
Great looking bird!
post #7 of 16

Good job Dave!

 

The turkey looks perfect!

 

Points for following the bride's directions!

 

Al

post #8 of 16
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Originally Posted by whistech View Post
 

Dave, that turkey looks fantastic!     I am going to have to try the Costco no salt seasoning, is it something like Lawerys seasoning salt without the salt? 

 

whistech, morning.....  It's a coarsely chopped herbs and spices....    They may have others also...

 

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post #9 of 16

Thank you for posting that Dave.     I have been wanting to give Costco a try as we have a new Costco fairly close to where I live and that spice mix will hurry up my trying Costco.     I have heard their meat is excellent also.

post #10 of 16

Nice Turkey Dave - I absolutely LOVE smoked Turkey!

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It does pay to listen to the better half...   always......

 

Always?...    Does that mean most of the time, some of the time or every now and then? LOL

 

:Looks-Great:

post #11 of 16
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if one ALWAYS listens, one can never be wrong...   HAHAHAHAHAHA.....  we all know that's BS....

post #12 of 16

Well, Dave, this is a work of art!

 

Points for the colour on that turkey.

 

Disco

post #13 of 16
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Thanks Dave....  Somehow I got lucky again, with the colour....  Flavor is pretty darn good....    Enjoy the spring thaw my friend...    My garlic is coming up... 

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Originally Posted by DaveOmak View Post
 

Thanks Dave....  Somehow I got lucky again, with the colour....  Flavor is pretty darn good....    Enjoy the spring thaw my friend...    My garlic is coming up... 


I hate you. I have a foot of snow still!

post #15 of 16

I'm late to this party... Dang work has been getting in the way.  Dave that smoke looks awesome.  I love after holiday bargain bird!  point b

post #16 of 16
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I'm late to this party... Dang work has been getting in the way.  Dave that smoke looks awesome.  I love after holiday bargain bird!  point b

 

WORK !!!!!   That's too bad....  young'un...     We like turkey darn near anytime...     Thanks for the points.....

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