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Unread 04-10-2009, 07:53 AM   #1
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Brined turkey breast, peas and carrots, crusty Italian bread. mmmm.



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Unread 04-10-2009, 08:40 AM   #2
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That breast looks great. I'd hit that.
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Looks great!! Was it boneless?
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That's some seriously good bark for a Turkey breast. Looks nice and moist too. Nice job.
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Man that looks really good, Really good bark and juicy looking meat! NICE
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Man, that looks GREAT! What temp did you cook at?
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Yep very nice work! We love smoked turkey breast.
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Looks great!! Was it boneless?
It was whole bird I butterflied out. Much easier to work with that way.

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Man, that looks GREAT! What temp did you cook at?
250-275 for about 4 hours then 300/325 for about 45 min.


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Nice bark. What did you rub it with?
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Nice bark. What did you rub it with?
I brined it overnight with 1/2 cup espresso and 1/2 cup molasses,4 cups water 3 tablespoons of salt. Rubbed it with salt, pepper, dry mustard, toasted coriander, onion powder, old bay and sage.
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Awesome job, very unique...I'm gonna have to try it
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Great looking turkey breast!! Dibs on any leftovers. lol
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Nice looking boobs
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