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Unread 08-19-2013, 02:15 PM   #1
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Default Bone In Turkey Breast in Fat Bath?

I'm taking a break from the traditional proteins we like to cook (Ribs, Chicken, Brisket, Butts) and going to do a smoked turkey breast this coming weekend.

in the past, ive brined, dried, rubbed, rested and cooked. i cook to 160-165 cooking at 275 with apple or cherry.

anyone try cooking turkey breast in a fat bath(margarine, butter, or other fats), similar to chicken thighs?

im considering it...but will probably just season with rub and cook to IT 160 at 275 in water free WSM

whats your turkey breast procedures and recipes?
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I've never done it, but like your idea.
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I did one a week ago with EVOO under the skin, then put yardbird under the skin and cooked it at around 300-325. Everyone loved it.
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