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#6962655 - 11/16/17 09:50 AM Smoked turkey for Thankgiving
HuskerB Online   content
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Registered: 01/23/10
Posts: 311
Loc: McKinney, TX
I'm smoking a turkey for Thankgiving. Brine, Inject, Rub, or all of the above?

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#6962657 - 11/16/17 09:51 AM Re: Smoked turkey for Thankgiving [Re: HuskerB]
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Registered: 10/25/10
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I brine and rub. Best turkey i've had since I started brining.
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#6962706 - 11/16/17 10:25 AM Re: Smoked turkey for Thankgiving [Re: HuskerB]
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Registered: 09/10/12
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Loc: Central TX (Gtown/Austin)
most store bought turkeys are pre-brined ... check the label to see if yours has been or not. I usually rinse under cool water and pat dry, then inject with Tony's creole style butter or roasted garlic & herb, heavy rub with salt, black pepper, garlic and onion powder then toss in the smoker rolling around 200-225 for about 1 hour per pound or until internal temperature reaches 170+F...

remember to remove the giblet/neck packaging out of the neck opening before smoking ... don't ask how I know to do or at least check to do this.
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