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Turkey and Ham

post #1 of 8
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I'm smoking a turkey breast and a spiral ham today, got my parents coming over for dinner.

I brined the turkey last night, injected it using travcoman45 recipes for both. I brushed it with evoo, and some cbp, and I'm spritzing it every 1/2 hour with a mix of apple juice and Jim Beam Stag ( the Black Cherry flavor).

 

 

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The ham I'm using the coffee mop sauce on

 

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My set up, the Kenmore Hybrid as I call it, the GOSM, and Izzy my BBQ companion

 

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A close look @ my BBQ companion

 

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post #2 of 8

What was the food safety question?

post #3 of 8
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Oh yeah, do you think its safe to have her out there with me, I might slip and fall due to her drooling.

post #4 of 8

Izzy doesn't look like a big drooler---no more than most members on this forum. Just don't drag your feet!

Now were she a Lab, that would be another story---like get some hipboots!

 

 

Bear

post #5 of 8
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Just an update

 

the bird

 

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the ham

 

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post #6 of 8
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Coming along nicely, the bird is at 155*, and the ham at 148*, I just turned up the heat to get 325* to crisp the skin on the bird

post #7 of 8
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Here ya go, thanks for checking out my Sunday smoke

 

the bird, unfortunately I didn't get any pics after carving, the people wouldn't wait

 

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The turkey was very juicy thanks for the recipes travcoman45

 

What was left of the ham

 

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The coffee mop sauce was mighty tasty

post #8 of 8

It all looks great from here . Dang it .They still don't have smell-o-vision.

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