Turkey breast

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Apr 17, 2020
Southaven, MS
Had this turkey breast floating around in the freezer for a while now. Decided it was time to purge it from the freezer. Took the skin off and cut the meat off the bone. Did half with Killer Hog AP seasoning (basically SPOG) and the other half with a honey chipotle mustard grilling sauce I picked up on my recent WV visit.
onto the kettle with some apple chips in a smoker box over the coals. Chips don’t burn up as fast in the box And smoke longer.
Ran it 275 degrees for a couple of hours to get some smoke on them then wrapped in foil with butter until IT was 165 degrees. Didn’t get any finish pics as the 14yo pit and the grands were grabbing as fast as I could slice it. Will say this… was juicy and tasted great. Might have enough hid to make a Sammich later. If its hid it well enough from the kids.
Thanks for looking,


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Jan 18, 2020
Western Colorado
Heck yeees, Jim. Love turkey, it’s kinda the forgotten poultry Most of the year but is delicious anytime.
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Nov 9, 2019
Nw Iowa
Looks great Jim! Hope you hid the leftovers well...bet your boy could sniff them out at 20 yards! Lol

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Master of the Pit
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Nov 29, 2020
Statesboro Ga
Looks great Jim !
Our local Food Lion has them on sale occasionally and I always try to pick one up.
Which flavor did you prefer?


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