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My Thanksgiving Turkey Smoke

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post #2 of 10
That was a fine looking bird. What kind of wood did you use?
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Please do share the recipe you used for your brine
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i use hickory
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the brine has 2 gallons water 1.5 canning salt 3 tablespoons minced garlic 1 tablespoon black pepper one quarter cup worcestershire one third cup brown sugar i also put a pinch of rosemary and tyme
post #6 of 10
Good lookin' bird!

Take care, have fun, and do good!

Regards,

Meowey
post #7 of 10

brine

how long is it safe to soak an unrefrigerated bird for? does the salt in the brine keep it from turning sour? I sure don't have place in my frig for a 5 gallon pail. or am i missing something?PDT_Armataz_01_10.gif
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The turkey needs to be kept cold. Some people have extra refrigerator space. If you've got a big enough cooler you could probably pack it in ice and then keep it covered.

The turkey I did already had about 10% "flavor solution" added so I didn't brine mine.

Hope this helps.
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GOT smoke - Mighty nice looking bird, thanks for sharing.

Don O - I keep a separate Gott cooler for brining, has a lid and is insulated to keep the birds cold. Cold temp is usually needed for safety reasons and good brining.
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Nice job Got! Looks pretty tasty!PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
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