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Unread 06-26-2013, 10:00 AM   #16
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^^^^ +1 on that. I did it as well and it is awesome
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With an enhanced bird, I frequently just rub the skin with sesame oil and spices.
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We've cooked three or four turkeys and have never used a brine(bought the butterball brand) and they turned out fantastic. I butterflied mine, as I do with my whole chickens, and cooked it around 300*. You can get some good season on the underside of those breasts when you butterfly it. I would agree to use a probe to monitor temp and not use the pop up thing. Good luck!
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