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Old 11-22-2012, 12:39 AM   #1
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I started my 12lb turkey and 6+ lb ham 4 hours ago at 250-275. This is what they look like so far. The thermometers I have are crap and are giving me different IT temps.. The ham was going upwards of 150 and the bird was hittig 163 at the breast and almost 175 on the left leg, but the right leg was around 170ish. They both have about 2 hours left. What do the pros think?

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They look AAmazzing!!
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They look very tasty...
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Ain't they done yet? I'm hungry!!!!
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The turkey and ham turned out A MA ZI NG! Pulled the ham off at 151 IT. For the turkey, 171 breast and 183 for the legs!
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They look tasty!!
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I started my 12lb turkey and 6+ lb ham 4 hours ago at 250-275. This is what they look like so far. The thermometers I have are crap and are giving me different IT temps.. The ham was going upwards of 150 and the bird was hittig 163 at the breast and almost 175 on the left leg, but the right leg was around 170ish. They both have about 2 hours left. What do the pros think?

Here are the finished pics!



My buddy fried a turkey and WOW that was phenomenal!

The ham was mmmmmm...amazing!

Here is the spread!

The wife's Pumpkin Cheesecake! Didn't last for 3 minutes!
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That certainly looks like a proper feast, ya had to be enjoyng that!
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