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Old 09-30-2017, 09:51 AM
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I have a turkey on the smoker, and it has been in for two hours, at 230.
I saw the warning in the stickys about getting it through the danger zone in less than 4 hours, so if It is not moving at a pace that looks like I will make it, I will pull from the smoker and pop in the oven at 350 for a bit.

Should I wrap the turkey? I have done turkey breasts, which I wrapped, but don't know about the whole turkey.
I know it takes 3 - 5 hours in the oven at 325, to cook one, but am not sure how long a whole turkey will take.

Any quick warnings or tips will be appreciated.

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I would increase your smoker temp to 300 or so (higher for crispy skin) and don't wrap...
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Can't you just jack up the Smoker Temp?

How big is the Turkey?

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I would increase your smoker temp to 300 or so (higher for crispy skin) and don't wrap...
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THanks, I opened the damper, got the temp at the bird end up to 280, which brought the Brisket end --yes doing both at once:-\ to, about 235-240.
Bird got done in about 3 hours. it seems ok.
Took the brisky out at 197deg. It is in the cooler, resting. Bad news is the temp probe never went in like butter, like it usually does.
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