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slckwill577
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Neuse do you do your Turkey direct or indirect? I normally do my chickens direct but am thinking that the butter on the Turkey might cause flare-ups? Do those even happen on an Akorn if it’s closed?

11/18/2018 4:58:26 PM

NeuseRvrRat
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Indirect.

11/18/2018 6:28:04 PM

slckwill577
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Tested out the Plowboys Yardbird last night on a chicken and thought it was really salty. Trying to figure out a backup plan. I have some DP Raging River that I could mix it with. Other option would be to mix it into unsalted butter and slather it all over the turkey.

11/19/2018 7:54:24 AM

NeuseRvrRat
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Yard bird is ridiculously salty. You could mix up something of your own. I prefer a savory seasoning on a turkey instead of a traditional BBQ sort of flavor. Something like Mrs. Dash or Emeril's Essence. I always keep those around.

11/19/2018 9:27:14 AM

NeuseRvrRat
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If you do want traditional BBQ flavor, I make Myron Mixon's "only other rub you'll ever need" and put a couple personal twists on it. It's pretty basic. You probably have everything needed for it in the pantry.

11/19/2018 12:19:53 PM

NeuseRvrRat
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here's the rub recipe. i like to use a fair amount of jalapeno powder instead of the cayenne.

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"2/3 cup chili powder

½ cup sugar

¼ cup kosher salt

¼ cup onion powder

¼ cup garlic powder

1 teaspoon cayenne pepper"

11/19/2018 8:23:38 PM

petejames
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I’m planning on smoking a brisket Sunday night, and typically when I smoke a brisket or chuck roast I put a pan of canned baked beans underneath because beef fat drippings are incredible. This time I’m playing with the idea of starting with dried beans and seasoning them myself instead of canned beans. The recipes I’ve seen show a 8 hour crockpot time and anywhere from 4-8 hours in a Dutch oven depending on the temperature. The brisket will take probably 15-20 hours at 225, so surely that’s plenty to cook the beans right?

12/27/2018 11:26:07 PM

NeuseRvrRat
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Go for it and report back.

12/27/2018 11:38:16 PM

GenghisJohn
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very interested in your results. are you going to soak them first?

12/29/2018 2:51:16 AM

NeuseRvrRat
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I wouldn't. Less chance of them turning to complete mush.

12/29/2018 9:02:37 AM

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