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    TVWBB Fan MikeS in Alaska's Avatar
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    Thanksgiving 2019 Turkey

    This year we brined a Butterball, hit it with some BRITU rub, then on to the WSM 18.5



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    Put the raincoat on due to weather



    Abit over done, but good eats anyway.



    I estimated it would be done at about 3.5 hours but she was ready in just 3. However, the gravy was to die for.
    Such are the fortunes of turkey.
    Smokin' away in AK
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    TVWBB 1-Star Olympian Rich Dahl's Avatar
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    Looks great Mike, nice cook.
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    TVWBB Platinum Member Dustin Dorsey's Avatar
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    That's a gorgeous bird! Well done!
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    Awesome looking bird.
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    TVWBB Fan MikeS in Alaska's Avatar
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    Thanks.
    Almost didn't get an image of the cooked bird. We ate half before I thought to get a shot of it.
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    TVWBB 1-Star Olympian Cliff Bartlett's Avatar
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    Looks like others can see them, but I can't see your pictures Mike. Bet it was good.
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    Great looking bird! Nice smoke!
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