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Unread 10-12-2013, 02:36 PM   #1
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Default Early Thanksgiving......first smoked turkeyy

Well, I have been wanting for quite some time to smoke a turkey. Since my local food mart was having a sale (Butterball young premium turkeys 99 cents/lb), I decided to give itt a go. Went with no brine, rubbed her down with simple S&P, and filled cavity with orange and lemon quarters. Got the UDS up to 335ish (used 1 big pecan chunk just before putting her on).....and let her rip

After 3.5hours....she was done........rest and plate









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Incase your wondering.....she was 11.75lbs........and BEARLY fit in my USD....which was the lowest rack at 7inches from lid........thanks foor all the help everyone
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Great looking feast, love the color on your turkey too! Nice job!
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Great looking bird!
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Looks great. Except that I rub the skin with oil, that is how the majority of my turkeys have been cooked.
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Dayum that looks good! Nice job.
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Not a huge turkey fan- I can handle it a couple of times a year... but I'd hit that.
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Nice bird!
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Mmmmmmmmm thanksgiving in October. Good eats
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Thanks everyone.....
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Great looking bird!
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I love smoking turkey!
Yours looks perfect!
Thanks for the reminder, time to get ready for the holidays!
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I like it... Nice job.
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Never smoked one without brine - Looks good,
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that is one fine looking bird, nice job!
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