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Old 08-21-2005, 04:21 PM   #1
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Turkey Tenderloins

Doing some on the WSM as I type...just got everything put together and the temp is coming up...prolly shut one vent down and keep 2 open half way...not looking to keep it at regular bbq temps...if it hits 300+ that's fine.

6 tenderloins strips are in there...half rubbed with Becky's rub and the other half with Dan's Kick Ass BBQ Rub...taking pics and will post later tonight!
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Old 08-21-2005, 07:23 PM   #2
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Greg, Greg, Greg........if you didn't brine or use a pop-up timer you are set for failure!! Go ahead and save yourself the headache and pm me a slice of turkey! 8-[
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Larry are you stall upset witnh that turkey post a about a month ago hyahaha.

Greg i'm looking froword to the pic an by the way what would you cook(temp) a turkey tenterloin to?
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Old 08-22-2005, 06:57 AM   #8
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Larry are you stall upset witnh that turkey post a about a month ago hyahaha.

Greg i'm looking froword to the pic an by the way what would you cook(temp) a turkey tenterloin to?
Nah! I just like to razz folks here! It's all in fun!
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I konw I was just miss with you we all just need to have some fun sometimes.
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Ok, so it was HORRIBLE!!!!! I didn't even take any pics of the finished product. I don't know if it was the fact that turkey tenderloins don't benefit from low and slow or the wood I used or what but I have NEVER made anything that tasted that bad in my WSM...EVER!!

Here are the pics I took but again, there is nothing in the finished stage!

Turkey w/ Becky's Rub



Turkey with Dan's Kick Ass BBQ Rub


Fuel and Mesquite Wood


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Old 08-22-2005, 08:53 AM   #11
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Guess you burnt them to a crisp, that explains why we don't see any finished pic's. Too much Bud's and Maker's????
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No, not burnt at all...just a sickening horrible taste...???They "looked" ok...I guess you had to taste it to fully understand the problem!

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Greg I like the Bar Boy! Looks like a great device! Now, about the bad tasting bird. The mesquite my have been the wrong choice for turkey. Doesn't look like you used very much though. Could the wood have been old? Did it have any mold on it?
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I'm telling you, fry them turkeys. How long till someone asks if he brined it/foiled it?
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It is older...but I keep it inside (not in the attic) in order to keep it dry and not in the humidity! That could very well be the culprit! #-o It didn't look moldy and I have used mesquite on turkey breast (10lbers) in the past with success...
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That bar boy looks cool. I'm just trying to think how to keep the kids away from it. :-k
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That bar boy looks cool. I'm just trying to think how to keep the kids away from it. :-k
Show the kid's how to work it, they'll go to bed early!
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That bar boy looks cool. I'm just trying to think how to keep the kids away from it. :-k
Show the kid's how to work it, they'll go to bed early!
They'd prolly knock it over and break a bottle of Dewers .... Not worth the risk.
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