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Idea for the Turkey cookers...Beer Butt Turkey I did on Thanksgiving (2 22lb's on a large BGE)

Ohio Boy in DCOhio Boy in DC Posts: 67
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
I've got a large BGE. I injected and rubbed a couple of 22lb turkey's, used the traditional method many folks of the forum have used (icing the breast, cooking at 325)[p]I then set up two Foster's Beer Oil Can size, on small drip pans... shoved half an orange, half a lemon and some fresh herbs in the turkey....and set the turkeys standing up butt end over the can.[p]Cooked 2 22 lb birds simultaneously in about 4 - 4.5 hours (monitor the temperature of one with your polder). [p]Juicy as all get out (wish I would have added a little more smoke)
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  • OhioBoy in DC,
    Sounds great. Take your time with smoke and poultry. Poultry soaks it up so quick that it can be overdone (speaking from experience). Happy holidays to you.[p]CWM

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  • Car Wash Mike,[p]Thanks...happy holiday's to you as well

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