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New Years Day Smoked Wild Turkey

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Well I had wanted to smoke a whole turkey in 2010, didn't realize it would be a whole wide one on New Year's day, but the deed has been done.

Smoker loaded and ready to head out to the garage




Ready to eat


It was actually pretty incredible, it didn't taste anything like a regular turkey from the store, it was a different taste with every bite, it was pretty incredible.

Link to story on my blog http://www.nateelston.com/wordpress/...d-wild-turkey/
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You might want to check on the picture size, I don't think my 52 inch in the living room would be big enough
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This is the size of your images, WAY TOO BIG... 3264px × 2448px

My 24" wide screen monitor is too small to view them...



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post #4 of 8
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Thanks for the heads up guys it was a late night, pics have been adjusted.
post #5 of 8
The turkey looked like it came out really good. But I really don't think you should be smoking in the kitchen and didn't the house get smokey too.???
post #6 of 8

congrats!

Thanks for posting this, sounds like you had great results. I am hoping to get a turkey one of these years (hunting), had always planned on frying it until I learned about smoking!
There is a guy I get my eggs from that raises the "wild" turkey breed, the dark ones, I really need to go see him soon!
Godspeed,
bigslick
post #7 of 8
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Keeps the bugs out though.
post #8 of 8
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I am still waiting to bag one, the friend of mine that got it took 5 years to do so, I am hoping to do it in a couple less than that.
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