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Your favorite cooking method to eat a turkey

Your favorite cooking method to eat a turkey?


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I want to get a smoker but have no idea what to get- worried about cost and learning curve. Are they complicated? Budget would be 500-1000.
Pit Boss at Lowes has an excellent entry level smoker. I have this one, it does a great job and it is very easy to use.

As you get ready to smoke your first brisket or pork shoulder, remember you're not cooking a quality piece of meat. You're not cooking a filet mignon. You're taking a tough piece of meat and slowly rendering the fat in it while tenderizing the meat. Low and slow wins the day.
 

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I've posted about this method before. It’s super simple and always results in a moist, even cooked bird. About the time when you would foil tent, add a layer of bacon instead.




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