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First time turkey breast with qview

deserttoad

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Saw the post on facebook from this site, just HAD to try one. Brined, rubbed, & smoked!

Had the room, figured why not make some pastrami.....

 

thebarbequeen

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Whoa!! BEAUTIFUL looking batch o' meat.  Tell us more about your pastrami, too please?
 

bmudd14474

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Looks like a happy smoker. Cant wait to see the results.
 

deserttoad

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Everything came out so good! The turkey was so tender and juicy.

As for the pastrami, I toasted up the pouch of spices that came in the corned beef packet, then ground them in the spice grinder. Added a bit more and a lot of pepper. Turkey took about 5 1/2 hours, pastrami was close to 8.  Some thousand island dressing, sauerkraut, swiss cheese - Yum!
 

scarbelly

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They sure did look good and the recipe for the pastrami sounds good too.
 

wntrlnd

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there are some Q views that the minute i look at them, i know for certain i gotta do that.

this was one of those!   now i can't wait to do a turkey breast!

and i agree, that sounds like a good pastrami recipe, too!

excellent Q view, DT!
 

realtorterry

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very nice. like to see a pic of that pastrami sliced!
 

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