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Old 07-29-2007, 01:22 PM   #1
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Today is Turkey Day

I brined these two turkey breasts overnight and I'm smoking them with 3 hockey puck sized chunks of sugar maple. I also made some ABT's stuffed with cream cheese, mexi blend cheese, WRO and real bacon bits and wrapped in turkey bacon.

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Old 07-29-2007, 01:25 PM   #2
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Great minds think alike Larry! I'm doing a turkey breast later today. I didn't brine mine this time, just injected it. What the heck are you gonna do with all that meat? My 1 breast is 7 1/2 pounds, how much are yours?
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Old 07-29-2007, 01:28 PM   #3
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Great minds think alike Larry! I'm doing a turkey breast later today. I didn't brine mine this time, just injected it. What the heck are you gonna do with all that meat? My 1 breast is 7 1/2 pounds, how much are yours?
One is 6 something and the other is 7 something, I'll remove each lobe from one of them and vacuum seal them whole and reheat and slice later.
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Great minds think alike Larry! I'm doing a turkey breast later today. I didn't brine mine this time, just injected it. What the heck are you gonna do with all that meat? My 1 breast is 7 1/2 pounds, how much are yours?
One is 6 something and the other is 7 something, I'll remove each lobe from one of them and vacuum seal them whole and reheat and slice later.[/quote:3m6g7jwk]

Yeah, Thats what I thought. I'll probably seal 1/2 of a 1/2. The rest will be dinner and lunch for the week. What sides you serving?
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Old 07-29-2007, 01:33 PM   #5
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[quote=Nick Prochilo][quote="Larry Wolfe":3qof9hvz]
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Great minds think alike Larry! I'm doing a turkey breast later today. I didn't brine mine this time, just injected it. What the heck are you gonna do with all that meat? My 1 breast is 7 1/2 pounds, how much are yours?
One is 6 something and the other is 7 something, I'll remove each lobe from one of them and vacuum seal them whole and reheat and slice later.[/quote:3qof9hvz]

Yeah, Thats what I thought. I'll probably seal 1/2 of a 1/2. The rest will be dinner and lunch for the week. What sides you serving?[/quote:3qof9hvz]

My wife is making broccoli casserole and simmered yellow squash and onions. You?
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Old 07-29-2007, 01:34 PM   #6
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Looks great man!

I gotta try the ABTs one day. I'm not a big Jap eater but cheese and bacon and turkey bacon I like!

After a weekend of 10 butts, 9 whole birds, 200 thighs and 21 racks of ribs...... I bought me some Steaks and FRESH shrimp for the grill. Yeah I got a yard bird too.

Enjoy! Thanks for pix
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Old 07-29-2007, 02:28 PM   #7
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Been a while since we saw some turkey boobs cooked around here!
Lookin' good bud
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[quote=Larry Wolfe][quote="Nick Prochilo":ghive10w][quote="Larry Wolfe":ghive10w]
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Great minds think alike Larry! I'm doing a turkey breast later today. I didn't brine mine this time, just injected it. What the heck are you gonna do with all that meat? My 1 breast is 7 1/2 pounds, how much are yours?
One is 6 something and the other is 7 something, I'll remove each lobe from one of them and vacuum seal them whole and reheat and slice later.[/quote:ghive10w]

Yeah, Thats what I thought. I'll probably seal 1/2 of a 1/2. The rest will be dinner and lunch for the week. What sides you serving?[/quote:ghive10w]

My wife is making broccoli casserole and simmered yellow squash and onions. You?[/quote:ghive10w]

My wife is suppose to make orzo salad (we'll see). Then I'm doing a side of pork tenderloin medalions, wrapped in bacon!
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looks and sounds great.
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Looking good Larry.
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Old 07-29-2007, 05:26 PM   #11
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looks like a tasty feast. is it raining down there? i'm thinking of putting some abt's and wings. there's been lightning but no rain.
It got windy and thundered alot down here, but no rain!


Everything is done and I'm full! The Oval performed awesome as usual!!

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Larry,
Looks like a good dinner to me. Getting me hungry.
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those birds look like they're bursting with juciness
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is that turkey bacon?

Yes [smilie=a_peek.gif]
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Nice color!!
Looks great Larry guy
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Excellent Job as usual Larry!
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Old 07-29-2007, 11:20 PM   #17
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Those birds look like you sprayed them with ArmorAll.

Great looking birds. They got that " New Penny" look.
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Beautiful birds Larry, where's the pork tenderloin medalions?
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Incredible looking birds.

Going to have to try that turkey bacon.
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Old 07-30-2007, 10:55 AM   #20
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Good lookin' poultry...but turkey bacon...???? You also gonna tell us you used lite cream cheese and diet chedder..And I bet there was no salt or butter in the cassarole or squash ????????????????????????????

Well, Id eat it anyway..
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