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    Scott Wallace shows us how to make a smokin hot turkey for your holiday feast!

    See this awesome video.
    SmokinTex.com

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    Default Brine recipe

    Where is the brine recipe he says will be posted? Looks great and I am ready to try it tomorrow so I need it asap...
    Thanks!

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    This is the marinade/brine Scott Wallace used for the smoked turkey in the Smokin Turkey Tips Video

    Honey Orange Marinade

    2lb Bottle Honey
    4-6 Oranges
    3 T Salt
    2 T Ground Ginger
    2 t Ground Cumin
    2 t Ground Mustard
    1 1/2 t Ground Cloves
    1/2 t Allspice

    Squeeze oranges into a bowl.
    Add the rest of the ingredients.
    Mix well.
    Massage under skin to flavor the meat.
    Stand turkey in extra large bowl and pour marinade into cavity and over the skin.
    Stuff squeezed oranges into cavity for more flavor.
    Put in airtight bag and refrigerate up to 24 hours.
    See our video for more instructions.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdK-OUv8Gkk
    http://smokintex.com/
    Enjoy!

    SmokinTex

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    Do you leave the orange peels inside of turkey during smoking?
    thanks
    steve

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    Steven...I will answer this for you...stuff as many of the orange peels as you can in there and cook with them inside....I mix oranges and onions and we love it!!!!

    BillyBob
    "IT'S 5 O'CLOCK SOMEWHERE"

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    BillyBob, Thanks for the quick reply . I am planning on smoking this Saturday and using the meat for sandwiches on Christmas day. I hope its good.

    Steve

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