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Unread 11-03-2013, 05:56 AM   #1
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Default Smoked turkey breast with pics

Nothing special here, just thought I would smoke a 7 lb turkey breast on my OTS. For this cook I am using Stubbs charcoal and Stubbs chicken rub. For the snake, I stacked charcoal 2 wide and 2 high that wrapped around about half of the grill, with three chunks of pecan wood on top. I read a post where someone removed the skin and just seasoned the turkey breast, so I thought I would try it. Here are some pics:

Here's the bird all seasoned up
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The snake
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Just put the bird on
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About an hour into it
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Two hours in
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IT just hit 160, ready to come off
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Sliced up after a 30 minute rest
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Let's eat
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Overall, the bird was excellent. It was very juicy. I think for the next cook I will leave the skin on and just season under the skin. I liked the Stubbs charcoal, it didn't seem to create as much ash as KB. I didn't take a pic of the snake at the end but it only burned about half of the snake in two and a half hours. Anyway, I've got some good leftover meat for sandwiches. Thanks for looking.

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Good looking cook, can you share a little more info on your starting product? I've been looking for an "un-enhanced" whole turkey breast product.
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That looks amazing! I'm gonna try a turkey breast next weekend.
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Dave, this was just a turkey breast I picked up at Publix.
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I forgot to add......GO NOLES!!!!!!!!!!1
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That looks excellent!
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Looks great!!!!
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Wow! It looks like it turned out great. How long until it hit 160?
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Looks delicious! The color on the turkey breast looks fantastic!
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That looks yummy!
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Wow! It looks like it turned out great. How long until it hit 160?
It took about two and a half hours with temps ranging from 290 to 300.
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It took about two and a half hours with temps ranging from 290 to 300.
correction 290 to 315
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