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Jeff Phillips

  • Time is only a small part of what can make the legs of the turkey brown.. it is also related to the rub, the marinade, type of heat and how indirect it is, etc.

    Regarding those cheap gauges.. you learn where the inaccuracies are and make adjustments mathematically or locationally or you spend the money for a higher quality replacement. I always use a secondary thermometer to watch my smoker temperature as well as my meat temperature.

    How to Smoke a Turkey - Start Smoking the Turkey

    • 4 years ago
    • 48,125 views
    How to Smoke a Turkey is broken up into 4 videos. This is part three and covers the first half of smoking a turkey in a Brinkmann water smoker. More information at http://www.smoking-meat.com
  • Brining a turkey takes about 12 hours so yes, 12 hours brining + 6 hours smoking it vs. about 10 minutes injecting and then 6 hours smoking is a big difference for some. About 12 hours of difference;)

    How to Smoke a Turkey - Inject the Turkey

    • 4 years ago
    • 42,931 views
    How to Smoke a Turkey is broken up into 4 videos. This is part two and covers how to inject the turkey with marinade for awesome flavor. More information at http://www.smoking-meat.com
  • Brenda, many of us buy regular old hams at the store and smoke them for 3 hours to impart a flavor that is beyond amazing. We do the same to regular old hotdogs, bologna, boudin, sausages, etc. and if you haven't tried it, then you're missing out;-)

    Just thought I'd point out that the description above says, "How to smoke a store bought, pre-cured, already cooked ham.."

    And.. we are actually not cooking it but rather re-heating it with smoke;-)

    Thank you for your feedback.

    How To Smoke A Ham

    • 4 years ago
    • 110,717 views
    How to smoke a store bought, pre-cured, already cooked ham in a horizontal offset smoker. More information at http://www.smoking-meat.com
  • Well.. I don't cook mine that fast usually but you can if you are want to grill it instead of smoke it. I recommend lower temperature for a longer cook time to allow the smoke time to really flavor the chicken. At any rate, regardless of how long it takes, chicken is ready to eat when the breast reads 165 degrees.

    How to Spatchcock a Chicken

    • 1 year ago
    • 7,856 views
    A short video on how to butterfly "spatchcock" a chicken by removing the backbone so it will lay flat on the grate of your smoker or grill. This causes the bird to cook faster and more evely than ...
  • Dave, I got a real kick out of watching this video. Being a member of small town Oklahoma myself, I can fully relate to the surrounding and the "way" that things are done here. I love it and wouldn't have it any other way. I'll have to get a copy of your book and see if I can try out some of your recommendations;-)

    Take care buddy!!

    Jeff Phillips

    CBSSundayMorningHeff.wmv

    Pilot Dave Heffernan is interviewed by CBS Correspondent Bill Geist for CBS Sunday Morning. This is a story about flying and dining in Oklahoma. heffpilot@usaircombat.com
  • smoking ribs on a sunday

    just relaxin and drinkin and smoking ribs on a sunday afternoon
  • The modifications are meant for the models that have an open bottom and the charcoal pan sits on top of the smoker legs. This prevents removing the body of the smoker from the charcoal pan. By moving the legs to the outside and sitting the pan on pavers, it allows the body of the smoker to be lifted up and off of the charcoal pan. The other models which have enclosed bottoms or the charcoal pan sits a different way that allows for charcoal pan removal may not require these mods.

    How to Smoke a Turkey - Finish Smoking the Turkey

    • 4 years ago
    • 22,070 views
    How to Smoke a Turkey is broken up into 4 videos. This is part four and covers the last half of smoking the thanksgiving turkey. In this video the temperature drops to 190 degrees F and I show you ...
  • thank you.. all suggestions and advice are welcome and appreciated. I will pass this on to the "video taker".

    Smoking a Brisket

    • 4 years ago
    • 69,303 views
    How to prepare and smoke a brisket in a Weber Smokey Mountain smoker. The main focus is on the brisket rather than the smoker itself. Please excuse the wind.. Life in Oklahoma with basic video equi...
  • yes, the ribs will be extremely tender with this method. Give it a try if you like the rib meat to be falling off of the bone.

    How to Smoke Pork Ribs

    • 4 years ago
    • 167,539 views
    This video walks you through smoking spare ribs and baby backs including preparation, removing the membrane, applying a mustard/rub slather and then smoking them to delectable goodness. More inform...
  • @MrKevlione probably my wrist watch;-)

    How to Smoke a Turkey - Prepare the Smoker

    • 4 years ago
    • 104,257 views
    How to Smoke a Turkey is broken up into 4 videos. This is part one and covers getting the brinkmann ECB water smoker ready to smoke.More information at http://www.smoking-meat.com
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