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Old 07-09-2006, 05:30 PM   #1
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Turkey

Well pulled a turkey breast out of the freezer the other day. Brined it yesterday and smoked it today. It's resting now and when it isn't as tired I will slice. Here's a couple of pics to get you started.



Mrs. Romano's grilled veggies


Grilled portobello's for lunch
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Old 07-09-2006, 05:39 PM   #2
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Now here on the western side of the country (state), our breasts can't fly away ~ That's the 1st time I've seen one with wings. Looks great so far...
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portys look great!
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Old 07-09-2006, 06:37 PM   #4
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Mrs. Romano's grilled veggies


Grilled portobello's for lunch
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Here's the finished pictures.

Took the rubber skin off

Sliced with wings on the side

Plated


Brian, I cooked it at 325* at the grate.
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That is what I call good eats
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Old 07-09-2006, 06:40 PM   #6
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ummm Nick...something that looks that good deserves a silver platter!
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Mighty fine! =D>
Bet the big ol shrooms tasted good with the turkey. I will have to give it a try
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That looks fantastik! Butt, how did it taste???
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Tasted great! I used the brine that has the oranges in it. You get a slight taste of the oranges when it's done. I also used pecan for smoke and my own rub under the skin.
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That is some good lookin food. :biggrin:
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Mmmm Looks awesome Nick! =D> =D> =D> =D>
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I'd eat that! =P~
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Looks good Nicky!
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I'd eat that! =P~
I did, thanks!
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Mighty tasty looking!!
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Never seen a "breast" with wings. A whole turkey, yes... a breast...no.
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Never seen a "breast" with wings. A whole turkey, yes... a breast...no.
Shadybrook Farm Turkeys used to be sold like that.
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Never seen a "breast" with wings. A whole turkey, yes... a breast...no.
Shadybrook Farm Turkeys used to be sold like that.
It was a Shadybrook! It was the best damn turkey I ever had! I've been eating the leftovers for sammies for lunch.
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Once again Nick, youv'e outdone yourself, looks great =D>
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Never seen a "breast" with wings. A whole turkey, yes... a breast...no.
Shadybrook Farm Turkeys used to be sold like that.
They sound "shady". #-o
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