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Old 08-11-2015, 08:38 AM   #1
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Default Small Turkey breast cook (w/ pr0n)

Got a couple of cuts of turkey breast...maybe could be turkey tender(loin)s? Decided to brine, slather, rub and smoke in the water cooker...easy dinner with fig chutney, smoked baked potato and raw veg crudites. Came out really delicious.



Slathered in mayo - worked out pretty well



rubbed with a pretty basic poultry rub I made



one piece fresh of the smoker - short cook, no deep color



Sliced up and super moist and juicy
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Old 08-11-2015, 10:39 AM   #2
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I was just looking for some turkey breast at my grocery store - no joy.
Nice cook!! I'm gonna have to look harder.
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Totally easy cook...the brine and mayo slather really kept it juicy. I am ready to try some other poultry - wild game maybe? Dove, quail, etc...(I'd do a buttermilk brine for game I think).
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Very Nice We have done mayo chicken Very good Very moist
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Looks delicious!
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looks good! I have been itching to try some turkey breasts on my drum. I have been striking out finding any at stores. I figured at least Kroger would have some but no such love.
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Yep! those are turkey tenders and man they look fantastic!
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Smoked turkey is one of my favorites. Nice cook.
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...raw veg crudites.
As one who needs to find new ways to eat more veggies, would you be so kind as to expound on this please?

Oh, great looking turkey breasts Bo. I'm thinkin' I need to try those one of these days.
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As one who needs to find new ways to eat more veggies, would you be so kind as to expound on this please?

Oh, great looking turkey breasts Bo. I'm thinkin' I need to try those one of these days.
that's fancy talk for raw veggies with a creamy dip of your choice on the side haha

Although, LAST night I roasted some broccoli with olive oil, S&P (you could smoke it too!) then squeezed lemon over it and finally tossed it in a buttermilk dressing. Was outstanding.
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