As far as food goes on Thanksgiving Day, the turkey is the center of the entire meal. When cooked the turkey is appealing to not only the eyes, but also the nose. That smell of cooking turkey, wafting through the house, starts to make your mouth water. But as pretty as the turkey is, and as good as it smells, if it is a dry turkey with little to no taste, than all that effort and hours of cooking almost seem like it was all done for nothing.
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With Thanksgiving not to far away, we wanted to show you how we cook a turkey here at Camp Chef HQ. We pulled out our Turkey Cannon, grabbed a bag of our Orchard Apple pellets, a Pellet Grill & Smoker, and we smoked a turkey. If you have not had a smoked turkey, than you don't know what you are missing.
It is that time of year where folks start to wonder if they should pack up their smoker for the winter. For us at Camp Chef HQ, there is no such thing as putting up the smoker for the winter, or really for any season for that matter. Now, with the onset of the holidays, there is no better time to keep the smoker out and cook some of the most amazing food for your friends and family. So, without further delay, we present to you 5 of our top smoking recipes.
These two items will cut your cooking time in half.The Pellet Smoker and Turkey cannon will not only cut your cooking time in half, they will also provide you with a moist turkey that has flavor smoked all the way through.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner and itâs time to start planning the big social feast. I have found that there are many different traditions in everyoneâs family and many different kinds of dishes that line the beautifully decorated tables. Yet, I also find that there are a lot of the same items on everyoneâs tables each year. There is the appetizers/vegie tray, the multiple varieties of side dishes and pies, rolls, stuffing, mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, and of course the most important part of the mealâ¦.the turkey!