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Doing 26lb turkey for Family at Thanksgiving, smoking it at 265 or 270ish, how long will it take?
may be a little rubbery at that temp, consider cranking the temp up to 350 & cook it till it's 160 degrees
any eta of time
12-15 minutes per pound,but cook to temp,not time
doug is correct, which is quite remarkable all things considered :laugh:
You need to cook to temp not time, but you also need to have a ballpark for time - especially for Thanksgiving dinner. I have yet to do a turkey on the egg, but when I do, I will certainly check out MadMax's method. Seems very popular around here! He says his 21 lb bird took 6.5-7 hours at 325. Check it out...
Avoid at all costs that vile spew you see rotting in oil in screwtop jars. Too lazy to peel fresh? You don't deserve to eat garlic.
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