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Unread 10-15-2012, 09:26 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by BIGBrandon2785 View Post
I smoked one the year before last for Thanksgiving and I wasent that impressed.It was a "enhanced" bird so I dident brine it,but it still came out dry after butter rub and injecting it.I think this year I try my 1st deep fryed turkey

try injecting the bird with juice just before cooking. I don't brine anymore.

I did about a dozen turkeys last year and was very pleased with the results. Run you cooker hotter like Biscuit does hear (I prefer 275 -300).

Our favorite last year was injected with a 50/50 mix of cranberry and pineapple juice, rubbed under the skin with Yardbird and then glazed at the end with a cranberry pineapple glaze. It was lightly smoked with a little apple chunks.

It was so good the wife asked that I cook that recipe for our t-day fest last year.
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