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Unread 10-28-2013, 10:09 PM   #16
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This what you mean?

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I may have to try the hot tub thing. On a chicken first. :)
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I have a garbage can dedicated to turkey, I use chicken wire around it though, not foil to hold in my coals. Takes a lot less than 4 hrs, my last bird 15lbs was well done in 2hrs.

Another trick I use is a put my rebar through a bundt cake pan, This does two things, one if the turkey falls, and it does sometimes when it gets well done, it fall on a pan, second I catch all the juices and make gravy.
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The name reminds me of "trash can turkey" (still my favorite way to cook a whole turkey).
i have also done trach can turkey . But i use the small grate of a smoky joe . Put four inch legs on it . wraped it with foil .Placed the bird on it . Put the can over it . Put kingsford match light on the top (about 8 ) then put the rest of it around the bottom edge . Light and when the heat is almost gone remove the can . The best turkey . Also have done hams .
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I have a garbage can dedicated to turkey, I use chicken wire around it though, not foil to hold in my coals. Takes a lot less than 4 hrs, my last bird 15lbs was well done in 2hrs.

Another trick I use is a put my rebar through a bundt cake pan, This does two things, one if the turkey falls, and it does sometimes when it gets well done, it fall on a pan, second I catch all the juices and make gravy.
I do not pre-light my coals, so that probably adds a good bit to my time and I have a habilt of not thawing my bird out as much as I should. I also like to throw two birds on the re-bar. Great idea with the chicken wire, BTW! Need to try that.
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