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    It is Turkey time!

    Had to fix a Turkey yesterday for my wife's work Thanksgiving lunch party. Started last year fixing them some smoked chickens, then a brisket for xmas, and now a Turkey. At lest this time they invited me up to lunch.

    I have not had a chance to go through my pics and post a story yet for the paper. But here is one pic that I took while it was cooking.



    It was a 20 pound smoke & roast, 2 hours smoke, then roasted at 325ºF

    I did get to post a how to pick a turkey story the other day, if anyone is interested.

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    Looks delicious.
    Great pic. I love the leg looks like a side cannnon on some kind of battleship

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    Man, looks great, picture perfect golden color. And not over-smoked like I see a lot of birds these days. Nice job!

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    Looking good!

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    Great looking bird!
    Now is not the time to bother me. And it's always now. Wiley Miller

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    Great looking bird - Hmmmmm . . . I should get some apple wood ready.

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    Yum!!! Smoking turkey is a great idea. I wish I could do that, but I wouldn't know where. Damn being in apartments with smoke alarms.

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    it looks amazing!

    i wonder if it's possible to do grilling of a turkey on binchotan.... that must be tasty too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sara@JKI View Post
    it looks amazing!

    i wonder if it's possible to do grilling of a turkey on binchotan.... that must be tasty too...
    +1 YES. Smoked then grilled over binchotan. YUM.

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    Great color, like out of a cookbook.

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