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Unread 11-22-2013, 10:29 AM   #1
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Default turkey.. fry..smoke or roast

What is everyine doing and what is your favorite method.

I got a fresh (non frozen) turkey this year for the first time? Should I do anything different?
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Smoked one last weekend (my favorite). SWMBO will roast the Thursday bird.
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Unread 11-22-2013, 10:38 AM   #3
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I will do a smoked and fried one. After posting a question on here about fried, I wnet and bought a Big Easy oil-less fryer
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Im smoking and frying this year
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Smoked one and fried one last Thanksgiving. This year just deep frying the Turkey but picked up a Costco Master Carve boneless ham that I will smoke.
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Smoked, always!!
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Smoking at 325-350F in the kamado.
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Smoked but don't forget to brine! :) Fried one for years but tired of having to get rid of the oil all the time.
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Brined and Smoked!...Hangman Style!
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Charcoal is cheaper than peanut oil and smoke tastes better imho, also don't forget about the gravy...oh the gravy!
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My favorite is fried turkey but this year I will be smoking it on my Lang.
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I prefer almost everything to come off of the smoker/grill, but when it comes to a whole turkey, fried is far and away my favorite.

I smoked one a couple of weeks ago and thought it was great, too. If I were doing a second turkey, it'd be smoked, but gotta have a fried one first.
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Doing smoked,rotisserie and deep fried here.
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How about smoking a turkey breast (never enough white meat it seems) and frying a bird?
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I plan to brine, spatchcock and doing a 2 hour smoke then frying it.
think that will give it enough smoke flavor even after frying?
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