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Creative Turkey Spacing...any pictures?

Ohio Boy in DCOhio Boy in DC Posts: 67
edited 8:54AM in EggHead Forum
The neighbor is frying up a turkey for me so I've agreed to smoke one for him...that's 1 19lb and 2 14 lb birds I'm doing....[p]I've got the large egg but even using the Beer Can method it's pretty tight....[p]Most Creative solution wins!
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  • YBYB Posts: 3,861
    OhioBoy in DC,
    I would cook the two 14 pound turkeys and put in a hot ice chest and then cook the 19lb turkey.They will all be hot when time to eat.
    Larry

    [ul][li]Last Thanksgiving[/ul]
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  • YB,[p]Thanks, the pictures' rock! How did the pumpkin taste?[p]BTW, the chest keeps the turkey's warm for that long? Did you wrap them in Tin foil or anything???

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  • YBYB Posts: 3,861
    OhioBoy in DC,
    I just put the drip pan down in the cooler.They will stay hot for hours.Foil makes the skin get soft.The pumpkin in Run&Jerks recipe...It is great.

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