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Meat Burner 11-19-2007 05:39 PM

Warming up whole turkey???
 
Noticed a lot of brethren cooking turkey ahead of time. My buddy is cooking 3 whole birds, most likely around 12-14lbs, not sure, on Wednesday. He asked if I could find the best way to rewarm them on Thursday. Guess what, I know this GREAT place to find that out. BRETHREN IN NEED OF HELP!!!!! Thanks for your advise. I really do appreciate it.

Meat Burner 11-19-2007 09:02 PM

Anyone with an idea???

BBQchef33 11-19-2007 09:17 PM

depends..

you want to keep them whole?

if it was me, i would keep one whole for presentation, and quarter section the others. lay them in a pan and cover with foil, add a little liquid and reheat. the whole bird, either foil it tight and reheat, or cover with damp cheesecloth.

reheat around 275 at the begining then bring it up to finish.

Meat Burner 11-19-2007 09:32 PM

Poobah, thanks for the response. My bud is cooking them on Wednesday and wanted to know how to tell his friends how to reheat for Thursday lunch. I told him he needs to be careful and cool quickly and make sure, somehow, they reheat to 165. Is a couple hours at 300 in the oven somewhat safe? My suggestion was to let them do their own cooking since he does not have any control over what happens after he smokes them. I am not comfortable giving him advice on this but he is going to do this anyway. I don't like this situation and told him that. He needs to ask the experts. This forum is not for expert culinary education. It is great that people want your advise but it is not a substitute for the professional cater that is the professional at food preparation. Just my thoughts.

BBQchef33 11-19-2007 09:46 PM

very true, but like i said..if it was me.. :wink:


Keep in mind, you are allready cooked. i do not believe you have to reheat to 165.

140-145 is all u need to get to. i would start the heat at 275-300 and towards the end, say about 125, take the covers off to set the skin again.. turn the heat to 300-325 and bring it over 140.


biggest problem is gonna be you may dry it out a little.

Meat Burner 11-19-2007 09:58 PM

Thanks my friend, this is better information than I had. When I think about it 165 is really going to get the bird pretty dry....unless you brinded for 3 weeks LOL, just kidding.
Appreciate your advise.


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