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These were a fad once, I still like them as the bird stays moist, any new options?

 

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16 hours ago, matt86m said:

Spatchcock. 
 

cut the back out, lay it flat. 

done that way also, works for me

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Just now, 2dasand said:

I think smoking is the new thing.

Kinda why I posted, everyone I know does pellet smokers now, not to many do grilling

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1 minute ago, Esco said:

Kinda why I posted, everyone I know does pellet smokers now, not to many do grilling

I have to admit - we use 1 of our 2 Traeger's very often.  I do still however insist that a Tri-Tip must be done on a charcoal BBQ.  It's just not the same on a smoker!!

My wife uses the smokers for EVERYTHING. She does cookies, pies, cobblers, casserole's,  etc.  It's pretty bad (LOL), but good!

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I do this with my turkey as well.  I like my meat MOIST..................

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17 hours ago, matt86m said:

Spatchcock. 
 

cut the back out, lay it flat. 

Spathcocked turkey is the best - breaking that bone though literally took wrapping it, putting it on the floor and stepping on it (ok, more like stomping)!

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37 minutes ago, 2dasand said:

I have to admit - we use 1 of our 2 Traeger's very often.  I do still however insist that a Tri-Tip must be done on a charcoal BBQ.  It's just not the same on a smoker!!

My wife uses the smokers for EVERYTHING. She does cookies, pies, cobblers, casserole's,  etc.  It's pretty bad (LOL), but good!

My kids came for dinner once and I had done a vegetable lasagna on the Traeger...they were not impressed...lol

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2 hours ago, 2dasand said:

I have to admit - we use 1 of our 2 Traeger's very often.  I do still however insist that a Tri-Tip must be done on a charcoal BBQ.  It's just not the same on a smoker!!

My wife uses the smokers for EVERYTHING. She does cookies, pies, cobblers, casserole's,  etc.  It's pretty bad (LOL), but good!

Tritips belong over coals! 

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