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I've been cooking turkeys on charcoal grills and a Weber Smokey Mountain as long as I can remember cooking turkeys. I recently was talking ot my neighbor and he swears by cooking them at 240F max and smoking them. I've always cooked around 350 (when I had a thermometer).
All the forums and threads, and BGE / Weber Bullet sites seem to recommend 350F. Does anyone smoke their turkey like traditional barbecue?
Why or why not?