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My first Turkey

ShiffShiff Posts: 1,231
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Since I've only had my large BGE about 10 days and have only cooked about 5 things, we decided to cook the Turkey on Wednesday since it might take longer than expected.

We decided to follow the Mad Max recipe. We cooked it for 6 hours when the temperature indicated it was almost done. We brought it in, divided it into the major parts and refrigerated it for the night. We'll be finishing the cooking in the oven today. By next year, I hope to be more confident. It looks and smells great. Here are some pictures during the cook - I hope they work.

At 2 hours
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At 4 hours
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At 6 hours
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Thanks to Mad Max and for all the other people that have given advice and recipes for my cooking attempts.

Barry
Barry Lancaster, PA
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Comments

  • Oh man, Barry, that bird looks like you've done this a dozen times before. Just spectacular. I hope it's as tasty as it looks. Great job!
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  • WanabeWanabe Posts: 355
    Looks great Barry. I'll let you know in four hours how our's is doing.
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  • Looks awsome!! I will be cooking my first turkey day and I hope it turn out and looks as good as yours.. Have a Happy Thanks Giving!!
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  • That last pic looks incredible. Nice job!
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  • The Turkey looks very good Barry. Next year you well be very experienced Happy Thanksgiving.
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  • ShiffShiff Posts: 1,231
    Thanks for all the encouraging words. I hope it tastes as good as it looks. It's in the oven heating right now and the house smells great.

    Happy Thanksgiving to all.

    Barry
    Barry Lancaster, PA
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