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#324

Thanks for that bookmarked the site. Some other good recipes on there to. The Smoking Asian pork butt looks and sounds delicious. Be like a Char Siu Puilled Pork I imagine. Definitely going to try that as well.


#325

Couple of Smoked Pheasants, brined, basted and slow cooked on the smoker, they were delicious

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#326

Mmmmmmmmm @bluenose63 those appear to be a pair of delicious twins !!!


#327

Can we rename this thread to “MEAT PORN” please!


#328

Yes I have a problem


#329

Yeah @Cutlass92 you do, there’s only ONE !!!


#330

It’s only a 25lb turkey.


#331

And there’s only 4 of us.


#332

Still have a problem


#333

Bit of Cold smoking tonight with Apple wood dust, 10 bulbs of Garlic for 10 hours for use over xmas, and 5kg of Mature Cheddar, Gruyere, Gouda and Port Salut cheese for 2 ½ hours in the morning for family members over xmas also. A cool 2-3 degrees so just the right temperature tonight.

Some Homemade Bacon and Salmon later in the week to be cold smoked over 24 hours,Once curing and drying completed


#334

Looks good, out of interest do you brine yours first? I have never smoked a whole turkey. Often done Turkey legs and thighs as the smoked meat goes lovely in a turkey and a ham pie, but have always brined mine overnight first as I find even a leg and a thigh can dry out after a 6-7 hour smoke.


#335

No, here in murica most of our meat is injected with a brine solution, “for tenderness and flavor” but we really know it’s to add weight.


#336

And to preserv a tive.
Whatever a “tive” is. :wink:


#337

Frozen Turkeys here in the UK are usually brined up to 10% as part of the process and that is no bad thing for a more juicy bird which ever method of cooking you do it by, I think. But certainly Free Range Fresh birds aren’t

Love this time of the year as all the people that by the Turkey Crowns means there is a glut of Legs and Thighs being sold cheaply by the Butchers and Supermarkets and I personally prefer the dark meat when it comes to Turkey.

Got a free range cockerel (capon) ordered to be cooked in the oven though for my xmas dinner this year.