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Unread 11-18-2012, 09:55 AM   #16
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Thanks for the video-I'm gonna try my first on the Akorn this year. I've smoked several on my offset with good results. I always do the melted butter injection too, and it turns out awesome so far.
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Nice job and good instruction! Good videos!
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+1 I just changed my mind for thursday and will go with the injected butter method. Last year I did a apple/cranberry juice injection with a similar glaze that went over real well. That butter with some sage in the rub!
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folks, there is still time to put aside the brine and go with a seasoned melted butter injection. It just makes too much sense in its simplicity. Please don't start that bird until you have seen this video.
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Do you mind sharing your total cook time? And did you ramp up and cook at 425F as planned?

Thanks for the great video!
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I have a knack for shutting down threads.......<smile>

Just curious if the temp was taken quickly up to 425F and how long it took to finish the turkey. That's a higher temp than I would have guessed one would use to smoke a turkey.
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Anyone have any butter alternatives? Stepson is allergic to dairy..
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Anyone have any butter alternatives? Stepson is allergic to dairy..
squeeze parkay?
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Do you mind sharing your total cook time? And did you ramp up and cook at 425F as planned?

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3:10 - Yes... ramped up to 425, but that ramp up process took about 45 to 50 minutes so I wouldn't overshoot it...
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Anyone have any butter alternatives? Stepson is allergic to dairy..
You could use some extra virgin olive oil... If you decide to go that route, heat up some olive oil in a saucepan to about 200 degrees or so. Add the onion and garlic powder and let it cool to season the oil nicely...
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Anyone have any butter alternatives? Stepson is allergic to dairy..
Garlic infused olive oil with rosemary or sage.
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3:10 - Yes... ramped up to 425, but that ramp up process took about 45 to 50 minutes so I wouldn't overshoot it...
Thanks! I'll likely try this after Thanksgiving......and likely wouldn't have without the video.
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Any comments from those that tried this for Thanksgiving? Taste? Seasoning? Texture?

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