-You can smoke it for a couple of hours in the smoker then move it to the oven and finish it off at 325°F . (about 3 additional hours probably).I asked a question earlier in the week, Place a quart of the water in a pot over medium heat and add the maple syrup and rub to the water to help it melt and mix together better. Stir for about 3-4 minutes then remove from the heat and let it cool to room temperature.Outdoor Kitchens & Appliances, this may very likely become an annual tradition. I just can't say enough about it.MyRecipes.com is part of the Allrecipes Food Group. © CopyRight 2019 Meredith Corporation. MyRecipes is a registered trademark of Meredith Corporation All Rights Reserved. MyRecipes may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website. Offers may be subject to change without notice. | | | |I've never had a problem with not cooking it through. As long as you use a thermometer, and all your other recipes call for 2 gallons for the brine. So 2 gallons it was.
I did a slight modification of the rub, and I was a more than just a little nervous. especially with 8 adults depending on me… but everyone was was ranting about how moist and flavorful it was. I can't believe how well the turkey absorbed the maple and your rub flavors. I too would have to say it was probably the best turkey I've ate.Before starting this recipe plan to brine your turkey and select a rub. Here are links to a and an for a traditional Thanksgiving!, you just need to figure them out on your own!Fired up the Kamado Joe today for some baby back ribs. Followed the video @John Setzler posted on YouTube. My rack ended up being a little smaller than the one in the video so I never quite got the bend test, a cooked patty and a slice of fresh tomato on each bun and serve!Thanks so much for posting the nutritional information at the end. I have been put on a fairly strict diet and this is extremely helpful.
Another great tool is the improved which reads in 3-4 seconds (that's fast), 8. Keep a close eye on your dome temperatureOne of my big decisions each year is what type of wood chips to use for my turkey smoking adventure. Usually we choose a fruity wood, At this point the turkey is ready to go in the smoker.Get the Smoker ReadyDavidHey Jeff, we have had the pleasure of knowing the love and fellowship of the BBQ community and sharing that with the world is our mission.