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Cooking time for 2 turkeys.

shooteneq1shooteneq1 Posts: 9
edited November 2011 in EGGtoberfest
Ok so i need to cook two turkeys on the egg for thanksgiving. Ive done 1 turkey plenty of times but I dont know how having 2 birds in there are going to effect the cooktime. I have an XL egg and have two 18 pound birds. Has anyone done this and have an idea of cooktime? please let me know.

Comments

  • Generally two pieces of meat will cook in the same time as one or just a little longer.

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

  • Curious....what is your setup with two 18-lb birds in a single egg?
  • setup will just be plate setter legs up with a drip pan on it and then the 2 turkeys sitting side by side. I have an XL so i dont think space will be an issue. Will do a mock setup once the turkeys are fairly thawed just to make sure.
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