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Unread 01-20-2011, 08:31 AM   #16
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Great looking bird you got there. I've been smoking Turkeys on my Weber Kettle for a the last 4 Thanksgivings using an Apple Cider Brine and Apple wood. You are right, you can't beat a well smoked Turkey.
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Unread 01-20-2011, 08:33 AM   #17
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That looks incredible! I have a turkey in the freezer I need to cook and you helped me decide how I'm gonna cook it
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Unread 01-20-2011, 11:30 AM   #18
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Wow! That is a fine looking bird, Glenn!

Very nice work, bro!

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P.S. Nice cooker, too!
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Looks like you nailed it for your first time. Nice bird and pron.
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Yo 42BBQ that looks absolutely AMAZING! Awesome job. I will be doing the exact same thing this Saturday with my buddy Tom02. Going to get it in the brine tonight for about 36 hours or so. Did you put anything in the cavity?
Nothing in the cavity this time. Wanted to chop taters, quarter onions, mix up with oil, salt and pepper but was out of taters so left it empty.

Here are some pics of an open faced turkey sammie topped with some of the homemade gravy.

Gravy recipe: Took the skin, fat, some small chunks of meat, and all of the drippings and put them into the pan the bird sat in for the last hour. Added about two cups of water. Put it in the oven on 300* for about 2-3 hours. Removed from the oven and strained in a pasta collander. Added about 3 cups of the turkey stock cooking on the stove top. Brought to a boil and added 1/4 cup of flour mixed with one cup water. Simmered about 30 minutes. Added a bit of salt and pepper. Best gravy I've ever had.
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Now you really got me hungry and I just finished lunch a couple of hours ago. That looks so tasty I'm sitting here drooling.
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man, you nailed that. Looks great.
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Looks mighty tasty!!!! Cheers!!!
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Looks like you nailed it!
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Great work! I can tell that bird was perfect by how it looked while still on the Q. Again, Nice Job.
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Righteous!!!
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Best out of focus pics ever!
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Best out of focus pics ever!
Now, that was uncalled for. This isn't a photography forum.

Also, you may have noticed that there are several shots that are
in-focus. As a "photographer" you should have noticed that.

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Quote:
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Now, that was uncalled for. This isn't a photography forum.

Also, you may have noticed that there are three shots that are in-focus.
As a "photographer" you should have noticed that.

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Nice work!
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