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Turkey: Smoking - Get the Basics of the Smoked Turkey
You can make a great turkey this way, but wouldn't it be great to go one step further? Smoked turkey is more flavorful and tender than one roasted in the oven.
Catching the Drippings - Smoking Turkey - About Barbecue & Grilling
If you plan to make gravy and need to catch the drippings from the turkey during the cooking process, place a pan under the bird. I suggest a disposable ...
Checking the Temperature - Smoking Turkey
As the end of the cooking time starts to come around you need to begin checking the temperature. A turkey is a complex collection of meat so checking in one ...
Making Smoke - Smoking Turkey - About Barbecue & Grilling
Unless you need to rotate the turkey during the cooking time there isn't any reason to open the smoker for several hours. Keeping the smoker closed holds in the ...
Smoking Turkey - What you Need - About Barbecue & Grilling
There are many great ways to cook a turkey, but my favorite is smoking. The number one thing you are going to need is time. Smoking is a slower cooking ...
Turkey Recipes Index - Home Cooking - About.com
These recipes use fresh turkey, ground turkey, cooked turkey and turkey leftovers . Many can be adjusted to use chicken instead or turkey parts. If you have a ...
Placing the Turkey - Smoking Turkey - About Barbecue & Grilling
Place your turkey in the smoker where the smoke can flow evenly around all sides. It should be placed squarely over your drip pan so you can catch all the ...
Turkey Map - Geography and Maps of Turkey
Geography and maps of the Middle Eastern country of Turkey. Comprehensive maps of Turkey and geographical information from the About.com expert ...
Catching the Drippings - Smoking Turkey - About Barbecue & Grilling
Smoking a turkey isn't a quick method, but it is amazingly flavorful. It requires a cooking time of about 30 minutes per pound at a cooking temperature around ...
Smoker Temperature - Smoking Turkey - About Barbecue & Grilling
You can smoke your turkey anywhere between 200 and 275 degrees F/95 to 135 degrees C. I recommend staying above 235 degrees F/115 degrees C, ...
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