I want to smoke a turkey and a ham this weekend. My plan is to use Jeff’s tips from his newsletters to cook both. What would be the best way to cook the two pieces of meat? Should I cook both in the same smoker or would it be better to cook them separately since I have a WSM (18 inch) and an ECB. The reason I am asking is because I want to keep the dripping from the turkey to make the gravy. I am also not sure if I should keep the ham drippings from dripping on the turkey? So what would be the best way to do this?
- Place both items in disposable pans and smoke them in one smoker?
- Place the turkey on the top rack of the WSM and then place a pan on the bottom rack to catch the drippings. Then smoke the ham in the ECB?
Thanks in advance.