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Been reading all your wisdom for a while now, finally joined and glad I did. I've got a Pit Barrel Cooker in Harlem, NYC and I'm most experienced at brisket, though this thing does great ribs and chicken, too. Doing my first Thanksgiving turkey for 20 people this year, happy to have your collective advice. Will post some pix of my practice runs this week and next. Thanks for having me!
 

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Welcome aboard!

Glad to have you with us!

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mike5051

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Welcome to the forum!  I would recommend 2 small turkeys instead of one large turkey.  Not sure what your plans are.

Mike
 

nyc smoke

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Welcome to the forum!  I would recommend 2 small turkeys instead of one large turkey.  Not sure what your plans are.

Mike
Thanks Mike, I'm actually planning on a 15 lb brisket smoked overnight, then a 15 lb turkey smoked that day, all for a 4pm sit down. Should feed 20 nicely!

Really appreciate everyone's great posts and pix!!
 

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