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Unread 11-14-2010, 02:19 PM   #1
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I will be transporting 2 turkeys and 2 briskets. How would you suggest to transport and reheat the turkey and brisket without drying them out? We do have a cambo. We will cook the brisket the night before and cook the turkeys that morning. Dinner around 6 p.m.
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Forgot to add - we will have ham to reheat. Thank you
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How far do you have to travel? Personally, I would try to time it where you would not need to reheat at all. Depending on what you are cooking on and how much space you have, I would try to have the briskets finish along with the turkey a couple hours before dinner. Then you can wrap and hold in a cooler or your cambro. Is this an option at all?
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I agree, work your times out so you can just keep it warm in coolers or a cambo
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