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    Smoky Mountain as a Thanksgiving Oven?

    I'm having 12 people over for Thanksgiving dinner, and have only one oven. Rather than doing a large turkey, I'm going with two 12-14 pounders, one on my Weber Gas Grill and one in the oven; first time grilling a turkey. My challenge is always how to get all the sides cooked after the turkey comes out, and I was wondering if it would work to use the Smoky Mountain as a second oven. No wood, get it going with the vents open to 350 and oven away. Seems like it would work, but wanted to make sure I've thought it through.

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    You can make that work I am sure

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      #3
      I do that all the time. It is technically a charcoal powered oven

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        It will work just fine. I cooked a small bird in the kettle last Thanksgiving and used a little bit of wood. It turned out great. No reason to think it wouldn't be just as good in a WSM as long as you can hit and maintain at least 320.

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          RBA You got a few days TEST IT. Make sure your comfortable with it. Will it work? Yes but there is a lot on the line.

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            #6
            +1^ on the test cook! It's been done before, but you need to convince yourself that you can do it. All the best to you!

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