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    TVWBB Olympian Mike Coffman's Avatar
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    Grilled Turkey Thighs

    I havenít seen turkey thighs in the commissary until the other day. I picked up one package and decided that would be
    Sundayís cook. This morning I injected both with Louisiana Cajun Butter and hit the skins with some kosher salt to try
    and dry them out some. They were put back into the refrigerator for a few hours.


    I seasoned the thighs with Simply Marvelous Cherry rub and got a couple of bakers ready for the grill.


    The bakers put onto the Performer, using KBB and a few chunks of cherry wood.


    Potatoes took about an hour and a half to finish. The thighs were put on the grill skin side down to start.


    Since my wife was out of town when I did my Bacon Jalapeno Popper Twice Baked potatoes, she requested that I make
    them. Here they are getting ready to go back onto the grill. I used my smoked Pepper Jack cheese this time instead of
    the Colby/Monterrey Jack I used last. I plan on putting them back on the grill while the turkey thighs are resting.


    Thighs are done!


    Potatoes back on the grill!


    Potatoes are done!


    Hereís your plate!


    I definitely will be doing these again. Very flavorful, moist and with edible skin.

    Thanks for looking!
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    TVWBB 1-Star Olympian Tony R's Avatar
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    Now that's a tasty plate of food. Wish I could get turkey thighs out here.

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    Nice looking job on those.
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    That looks good! That butter looks like that could have many uses.
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    Looks fantastic Mike. Great picture quality too. I love that Simply Marvelous Cherry Rub. It is dynamite on ribs too.
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    That is a meal right there...nicely done Mike!
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    Mike looks great! Nicely done
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    Awesome cook.
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    TVWBB 1-Star Olympian John Solak's Avatar
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    Fantastic looking meal Mike!!! How long did it take to cook the thighs?
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    Really nice job there Mike, they came out gorgeous

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