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Created a how to spatchcock, dry brine & smoke turkey on the Kamado Joe

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If you haven't tried dry brined spatchcocked turkey before you're missing out... created a quick how to for those unfamiliar with any of the techniques.

 

Still working out how to make videos so appreciate your candid feedback.... but not too candid lol jk 

 

 

 

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