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Jeff's "Lots of Butter" Method

mthomsen224

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So I'm doing the "Lots of Butter" Method on my turkey on Sunday. Reading the recipe and the directions has me a little confused. Do I strain all the little leaves and bits out after boiling everything? The directions don't really say clearly, unless I'm missing it. Any help is greatly appreciated. This is my first turkey by the way. I'm hoping this turns out better then the whole chicken I did last year. I'm not sure if it was the rub, the wood or just overall my poor process.


http://www.smoking-meat.com/november-10-2016-smoked-thanksgiving-turkey-lots-of-butter-method
 

peixegato

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Based on this instruction for people who procrastinated:

"If you procrastinated, don’t worry.. I have your back. Simply pour the hot brine through a sieve into a gallon sized pitcher. Add about a quart of ice and stir the ice and brine mixture to cool it down."

I would think you are supposed to strain the brine before you set it in the refrigerator for the overnight cool down and before you put the turkey in the brine.

But to be honest, I doubt that it would make much of a difference.  What harm could be done by putting a turkey in a brine that contains the herbs, especially since you have to rinse the turkey at the end of the brine process.
 

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