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  1. just put one on the grill, propane sacrilege I know, used dry thyme, rosemary, ginger, sage, and chicken broth for the ale, it's what I had. also covered in foil for first 80 mins, report in 5 hours

  2. This is, hands down, THE BEST brine anyone could use. The fact that there is no need for injection when using this is even better so the juices don't flow out of the turkey while cooking it. We are going to do this with a few chickens an a month or so to share with others. Can't wait to see how much they love it too.

  3. I dont know if ya'll read these comments but I wanted to say THANK YOU for posting this . I watched it , looked great and sounded tasty. I decided to try it for thanksgiving dinner. My first Thanksgiving where the family and the girlfriends family came to our place. I had never tried a brine for a bird(any bird) So if it sucked i was screwed. I'm happy to say EVERYONE told me how good the turkey was …and I myself believe it was the best turkey I've ever had …and i forgot the ginger and the bay leaf ….still AMAZING !!!! This thanksgiving I was thankful for the BBQ Pit Boys !

  4. I smoked a turkey following these steps yesterday except I also injected  Cajun butter in it after brining and basted it in a heated Bourbon and maple syrup glaze just before serving. It was honestly the best and most flavorful turkey I ever had and it was stripped down to the bone in no time.

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