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Wild Turkey Breast

Charcoal MikeCharcoal Mike Posts: 223
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
One of my buddies at work is an avid hunter, and recently killed a wild turkey. He has two three pound breasts that he would like for me to cook/smoke.[p]He is looking for "barbecued" turkey. Meaning, served with Barbecue sauce that will most likely be the one from GFW's site.[p]Anyone have a method for these? I have seen plenty of information on plain turkey breasts, but I'm not sure if these are going to be "gamey" tasting, and what I can do to prevent/reduce that.[p]Also, knowing ahead of time that the meat will be served with sauce, it there a particular rub that will go well with Turkey? [p]All ideas appreciated.[p]- Mike


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