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First whole turkey on the SmokeFire.
Oakridge game bird rub.
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Looks good. Love grilled Turkey!
 

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Looks awesome. What temp did you grill at?
 
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Looks awesome. What temp did you grill at?
Ran smoke boost for an hour and cooked it at 325.
It looked better than it was, it had a lot of pink on the inside and threw the whole family off a little. Wife wanted it cooked more but I pulled it at 170 in the breast and 165 in the thigh. 🤔
 
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Those things happen. Weird the breast was a higher temp than the thigh. Still looks excellent. I haven't cooked a full turkey on the smokefire but did a chicken and spachcocked it.
 
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Those things happen. Weird the breast was a higher temp than the thigh. Still looks excellent. I haven't cooked a full turkey on the smokefire but did a chicken and spachcocked it.
I poked the hell out of it with my thermapen, I got all kinds of readings. Honestly I won’t smoke another whole turkey. The boneless skinless Franklin style breast I’ve done have been amazing!
 

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After seeing you post that Franklin style, that’s my plan for next turkey breast.
 

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I have moved from the Rockwell style bird to spatchcocking it. Maybe something to try.
 

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Thanks for sharing, sucks to buy a whole bird and it not come out perfect but that's how it goes sometimes. I'll be looking up your Franklin style to try that first when I venture into Turkey.
 

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