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  1. Rice Hunter

    Rice Hunter Elite Refuge Member

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    Quick brine finished today.

    Compound herb butter under skin now.

    Onto smoker tomorrow. Smoky gravy from drippings pan.

    Cornbreadand oyster dressing too.

    Can't wait.
     
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  2. PorkChop

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  3. Vammy

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    Turkey came out of the smoker at 5:30 tonight. Looks like a winner, so we shall see what happens tomorrow
     
  4. DrakeStar

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  5. Grif

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  6. Native NV Ducker

    Native NV Ducker Mod-Duck Hunters Forum, Classifieds, and 2 others Moderator

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    Is that turkey bologna?
     
  7. SteveB

    SteveB Elite Refuge Member

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    We just had a really bad ice storm and I have a pile of pecan that I cut off my patio and power lines. I wish we had cherry in ok, but I don’t buy smoking wood, I just cut a little oak, hickory and pecan at our lease or at my folks’ ranch. I taught my 10 year old daughter to split wood tonight—it’s all coming together...
     
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    You smoke smoke your turkey ahead of time and then warm it up? Hows that work? I always time everything out so its done a couple hours before the main event, but staying up all night gets old...lol
     
  9. ducknwork

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    B956AF02-17AD-4E13-838C-089340E33C35.jpeg We aren’t fans of turkey and hams were expensive. I had butts in the freezer, so smoked pork tacos are for thanksgiving dinner this year...it’s not my fault that the pilgrims didn’t discover Mexico instead.
     
  10. Vammy

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    Yup. I too got tired of waking up at 0300 to assure a turkey was done by early afternoon. That, and several years ago I had a turkey stall out at 155 for a long time, which wrecked the dinner time plan.

    Smoke the day before, warm it up in the oven for an hour-ish at 350 as everything else is cooking. Usually leave it whole (like I'm going to today) wrapped in foil, but have sliced it for more expedient heating. Comes out perfect, or at least that's what everyone says! :l :l :tu

    Happy Thanksgiving all!
     
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