Bourbon Maple Brined and Glazed Turkey Breast

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A fine looking meal right there Stu. That glaze looks and sounds amazing. I might have to give that a try next time I do something n the rotisserie....or even just in the smoker. Sounds like it'd pair well with a lot more than just turkey too.

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A fine looking meal right there Stu. That glaze looks and sounds amazing. I might have to give that a try next time I do something n the rotisserie....or even just in the smoker. Sounds like it'd pair well with a lot more than just turkey too.

Robert
Thanks Robert. The glaze would be great on ham too.

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Great looking spun bird Stu. And the glaze looks like you gave her a good polish.

I bet it tasted great

David
Thanks David. Intersting thing about this glaze is that it has kept the sheen instead of going dull after awhile like most glazes will do. The brine and glaze combo really took the bird to the next level.

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Looks great all around Stu, I have never had corn bread stuffing, is it sweater than normal stuffing? Did you spin the bird lid on or off?

Thanks Clif. No, the cornbread stuffing is not sweeter than regular stuffing.
This boxed stuff is Safeway's house brand and it is not bad. Of course it is never as good as cornbread stuffing made from scratch. When making it from scratch, you just omit the sugar from the cornbread batter.

It was really windy here on T-day, so I had to spin the breast with the top on.

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Grats on the ride Stu, well deserved! What's the specs on the glaze, equal parts and reduce by half? Spinning a bird in a couple of days, I want to try it out. RAY
 
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