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Two cured and brined turkeys on the Smokin-It #3

dert

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They tasted great...looked great too. Not salty at all and I couldn't pick up the hammy-ness, although the dark meat was slightly pink (in a good way)... but my ham sensing ability may be over taxed, so I'll defer to the experts at work for the final judgement.

Super moist, wish I could have served it up tonight. I packaged it up in 4 half hotel pans covered in cling wrap topped with foil. We'll reheat (:() with some chicken stock on Wednesday for lunch!

One nice thing about the SI#3's shelves, they do double duty as pans too:





For anyone keeping track, the collected weight was (in ounces):

45
62
53
69

For a total of 14 1/3 pounds... and a recovery rate of ~43%.
 
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bigr314

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Nice looking birds,great color. They look really moist.How is the taste. A little,hammy? Great job.
 

disco

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Oh boy, do I wish I was there. That is a stunning looking bird. Thanks for the great Qview too.



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dert

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Heated up well in a roaster with some chicken stock...lots of complements.
 

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