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Might as well get another one started given the time of year.

Anyone ever cook a turkey on a glass grill? Was thinking of giving it a shot this year.

@Madturk @DonkeyKilla
 
Might as well get another one started given the time of year.

Anyone ever cook a turkey on a glass grill? Was thinking of giving it a shot this year.

@Madturk @DonkeyKilla

No. Never used. I've smoked it and deep fried one. Just don't overcook it. Nothing worse than a dry bird.
 
Might as well get another one started given the time of year.

Anyone ever cook a turkey on a glass grill? Was thinking of giving it a shot this year.

@Madturk @DonkeyKilla

gas grill? or glass... like is that some new shit? Mine has a rotisserie thing and I did one that way once. It came out really good. We are actually not making turkey this year an going with prime rib instead. I know it's so un-American but fuck it. There's going to be just 6 of use and that's what everyone wanted.
In the past few years if we made a bird it was usually with the fryer, which is basically impossible to fuck up. As for cooking turkey in general any other way, I say take it out earlier than whatever instructions you have and let it set a little longer. I'd rather it be a little undercooked by the bone than have a dry ass bird.
 
gas grill? or glass... like is that some new shit? Mine has a rotisserie thing and I did one that way once. It came out really good. We are actually not making turkey this year an going with prime rib instead. I know it's so un-American but fuck it. There's going to be just 6 of use and that's what everyone wanted.
In the past few years if we made a bird it was usually with the fryer, which is basically impossible to fuck up. As for cooking turkey in general any other way, I say take it out earlier than whatever instructions you have and let it set a little longer. I'd rather it be a little undercooked by the bone than have a dry ass bird.

Doh, gas grill lol. I'm thinking I'm just going to oven cook it... was looking a way out of the kitchen but I haven't heard anyone actually cooking one on a gas grill so I'm guessing there's a reason for it.
 
Doh, gas grill lol. I'm thinking I'm just going to oven cook it... was looking a way out of the kitchen but I haven't heard anyone actually cooking one on a gas grill so I'm guessing there's a reason for it.
as long as you have a way to keep the temp where you want it it shouldn’t be much different than an oven?... I say go for it.
 
gas grill? or glass... like is that some new shit? Mine has a rotisserie thing and I did one that way once. It came out really good. We are actually not making turkey this year an going with prime rib instead. I know it's so un-American but fuck it. There's going to be just 6 of use and that's what everyone wanted.
In the past few years if we made a bird it was usually with the fryer, which is basically impossible to fuck up. As for cooking turkey in general any other way, I say take it out earlier than whatever instructions you have and let it set a little longer. I'd rather it be a little undercooked by the bone than have a dry ass bird.
Done a prime rib a few times in oven and on charcoal grill. I'm always nervous but it comes out good. My wife's favorite.

BTW can I suggest sweet potatoes instead of yams? Roasted or mashed with butter and a little brown sugar maybe cream. I cannot stand yams. An aunt always made the ones with marshmallows. God bless her she's my Godmother but I just cant.
 
Nothing wrong with sectioning a turkey for better results. The idea of keeping the bird whole for tradition needs to die.
I only eat the tit anyway so I’m all for it. If it were up to me we’d just get a giant breast. I don’t care for dark meat.
 
Done a prime rib a few times in oven and on charcoal grill. I'm always nervous but it comes out good. My wife's favorite.

BTW can I suggest sweet potatoes instead of yams? Roasted or mashed with butter and a little brown sugar maybe cream. I cannot stand yams. An aunt always made the ones with marshmallows. God bless her she's my Godmother but I just cant.

We do prime rib for xmas so turkey it is on thanksgiving. Best thing about turkey is making turkey mole out of the leftovers.

Sweet potatoes, yams, marshmallows... :toilet:
 
We do prime rib for xmas so turkey it is on thanksgiving. Best thing about turkey is making turkey mole out of the leftovers.

Sweet potatoes, yams, marshmallows... :toilet:
I've never made mole. Need to do it someday.
 
I've never made mole. Need to do it someday.

My wife’s aunt make the actual mole for me and then I throw it in the slow cooker with left over turkey for a few hours. Turkey is a real good meat for mole.

People argue over sweet vs. spicy mole but but I’m like...

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Then there’s homemade turkey pot pie. Delicious.
 
Some guys probably hate . But gotta have brussel sprouts on Thanksgiving. Love them.
 
hell yeah with bacon and onions
My sister does them that way in a pan. It might even have a little bit of brown sugar.

I roast them in the oven with a little OO salt and pepper.
 
Got one of those Emeril ovens for Christmas. Did a small pork roast since a 4 pound chicken was too big. And also some burgers which were more medium do I'll cook them a little less next time.

I usually do wings in the oven so I'm going to try them with this on Sunday.
 
I’ve only ever done wings in the oven, but haven’t had a single wing since this past spring’s Hot Ones shindig. Getting ready to do the 2nd Annual in a few months. The 10th wing sauce will likely be about 2,000,000 scoville. Last year’s 10th wing was less than half of that so I’m kind of scared again.
 
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