Thanksgiving

Gadjet

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So how is everyone making their turkey? I'm trying something a little different this year. Smoked spatchcock turkey on the pellet grill. I've done several chickens this way and they have turned out great, so I figured why not a turkey.
I'll try to post pictures tomorrow.
 

Buckhunter1955

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I've never done a turkey but I think it's a great idea. Here's my spatchcock chicken. Happy Thanksgiving to All.

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Captain_coues

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I’m going to my best friend’s house for the holiday. He is going to smoke the two turkeys. I will be next to him and his wife while they prepare and see if I can help in any way. I spent a few hours over there tonight drinking and having a good time and had some tamales. They made about 20 dozen so far. That’s the food I like. Turkey is okay, but I would rather have something else. My family makes enchiladas and turkey and I get off on the enchiladas. Turkey seems like the traditional thing to have because it’s thanksgiving and that’s what you’re supposed to do. That bugs me a little. Just a personal thing. I think there’s better options but I would never be a jerk about it.
 

eelgrass

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There's just the two of us this year so we're going to spatchcock a turkey this weekend. I've never tried it so it might be interesting. Edit: The biggest reason we're waiting for the weekend is because we forgot to take the turkey out of the freezer.
 
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Gadjet

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Turkey seems like the traditional thing to have because it’s thanksgiving and that’s what you’re supposed to do. That bugs me a little.
This 👆🏻
I’m actually not a big fan of turkey. I’m being forced against my will to make it.😁
If it were up to me we would have prime rib all day every day!
 

2lumpy

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Found out this afternoon, it’ll be the first time in 75 years I’m not having a traditional turkey dinner. It’ll be the last time…………
 

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