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Unread 07-20-2013, 09:48 PM   #16
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Dang now i'm going to have to get a 26'er Good looking bird!
Yea, the cooking real estate is awsome, especially if you upgrade from a Smokey Joe like I did!
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Unread 07-20-2013, 10:40 PM   #17
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Great job mate on the whole 3
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Unread 07-20-2013, 11:21 PM   #18
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Glad the snake trick worked out for you. Bird looks good too
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got a turkey thawing in the fridge now...........
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That is one good looking bird you have there.
Never had really moist turkey till I started to brine.
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Dwfisk, you have knocked that one out of the park. Great job!
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That turkey looks sooo good!

I've never used any of the Oakridge stuff before, the death dust sounds interesting.
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Fine dang fowl there!
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I've never used any of the Oakridge stuff before, the death dust sounds interesting.
My first time using it. I just got an assortment including some of the death dust, thought I would try it on some wings. The brine mix and the game bird rub combination worked on the turkey, I'll try it again for sure. I do really like the fact that you can get different sizes to try.
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I will have to try doing one of those. Looks really good.....
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That's one fine cook and bird Sir!
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My first time using it. I just got an assortment including some of the death dust, thought I would try it on some wings. The brine mix and the game bird rub combination worked on the turkey, I'll try it again for sure. I do really like the fact that you can get different sizes to try.
I'll probably try some, does it have a lot of cumin or mostly chile powder. I like chile powders without all the cumin, too tacoey sometimes. The mix really sounds good, the death dust that is. They had me at Guajillo.
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Looks like a very good bird!
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Nice looking bird. We have been doing ours smoked since I first tried it. Gave up deep frying.
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