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On 4/30/2020 at 9:17 AM, ChrisTFM35 said:

Here's a brisket from the Pit Barrel Cooker.

 

This cooker gets my vote and should be on everyone's list. It's now $350, and can cook for hours and hours with 40-60 pieces of coal. It's American made by veterans and is very high quality. The results have always been amazing. 

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Making my hungry on this Friday morning. 🍖

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Hey B- my daughter went to Cordon Bleu cooking school before nutrition and diatetics school and her thing is spatchcocking a turkey where you split the mofo, remove the backbone and flatten it. Seems to take less time and turns out fantastic. She uses some Food Network brine recipe but lowers the salt somewhat and replaces it with more herbs. We have rotised a turkey on my DCS BBQ for decades and try different brines. A brine that stood out one year had orange juice and was herbed quite heavily. Usually use fruit wood for the smoke. We have has some incredible Thanksgivings although I can eat smoked turkey any time.

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1 hour ago, Receiver2000 said:

Hey B- my daughter went to Cordon Bleu cooking school before nutrition and diatetics school and her thing is spatchcocking a turkey where you split the mofo, remove the backbone and flatten it. Seems to take less time and turns out fantastic. She uses some Food Network brine recipe but lowers the salt somewhat and replaces it with more herbs. We have rotised a turkey on my DCS BBQ for decades and try different brines. A brine that stood out one year had orange juice and was herbed quite heavily. Usually use fruit wood for the smoke. We have has some incredible Thanksgivings although I can eat smoked turkey any time.

 

I have done that same thing with a chicken, taking the backbone out and laying it flat. But I just cooked it in the oven. Definitely took less time.

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Personally I dont care for the spatchocked thing. It looks like flattened roadkill to me but it sure is good and cooks more evenly I guess. I like the look of the whole bird on the rotis with the smoke bellowing.

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On 5/5/2020 at 6:44 AM, B-Man said:

Any of you experienced smokers have a good recipe / instructions for smoking a large turkey ?

 

 

I tried one similar to this and was impressed.   I even opted to put some sliced pineapple in it.  I also forgot to mention but I put a aluminum dripping pan on a few racks under the bird  with a couple of inch's of apple juice in it.  3 or 4 times during smoking cooking process I baste the bird with the apple juice.  I also inject the brine into the breasts and thighs. then soak it in a 3 or 5 gallon pail with the brine solution in it.

 

https://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2009/11/apple-brined-and-smoked-turkey-recipe.html

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I tried one similar to this and was impressed.   I even opted to put some sliced pineapple in it.  I also forgot to mention but I put a aluminum dripping pan on a few racks under the bird  with a couple of inch's of apple juice in it.  3 or 4 times during smoking cooking process I baste the bird with the apple juice.  I also inject the brine into the breasts and thighs. then soak it in a 3 or 5 gallon pail with the brine solution in it.

 

https://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2009/11/apple-brined-and-smoked-turkey-recipe.html

 

The first thing I read this morning is this? I'm hungry already. 🍖

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2 hours ago, Rob said:

@Brian_at_HHH I am seriously trying to maintain the same weight I was at before we were laid off. 😂

 

I was able to do that, but I sure miss my left leg. :D 

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Yeah, seems like since work is a bit slow, I do yardwork, sit around checking out the Carversite wondering if I should upgrade while listening to the cool music suggestions that you all make and do some serious recreational eating especially BBQ inspirations from my friends at The Smokehouse. Oh and maybe have an occasional spot-o-whiskey.  I might need to cut myself off from The Smokehouse.

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