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Old 11-22-2012, 11:31 PM   #1
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Default Really cold breasts. I am a believer!!

I am just tired of having the thighs done properly on the turkey and the breast is overcooked so I finally listened to advice and iced the breast for 30 minutes before smoking. Of course, I did a 24 hour brine beforehand as well. Throughout the entire cook, the breast was 10 degrees cooler than the thigh. Perfect!!

For the rub, I used Harry Soo's secret ingredient..... Tang! High sugar content, orange flavor. It came out great. The sugar caramelized beautifully and it had a hint of orange flavor...

Sorry, no pics. Too many people......
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That's the way to do it Marty!
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I helped my SIL out today. Had her put ice on the the breast before we put it in the oven. Yes, at my brother's house and not smoking equipment. I did put two full breasts on the gasser with apple chips in a smoker box. Those did turn out amazing. I didn't even have to brine those. Glad things worked out for you.
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That's the way to do it Marty!
Bucc, I see you like Einstein quotes. One that kinda caught me in college many farking years ago went something like this:
"Common sense are those prejudices acquired prior to the age of 13." Einstein was one remarkable human!!
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Bucc, I see you like Einstein quotes. One that kinda caught me in college many farking years ago went something like this:
"Common sense are those prejudices acquired prior to the age of 13." Einstein was one remarkable human!!
Proper use of the word
"AWESOME HUMAN!"
I agree Marty!
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I've never heard of that before. Wish I saw this yesterday. Thanks for sharing!!
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