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    Pit Turkey tips

    For anyone familiar with Baltimore Pit Beef, most places also serve pit turkey, a boneless breast cooked in a similar fashion. I’d like to make this at home over the weekend, but can’t find any good recipes to work from. I imagine that you’ll want to be a little more gentle with a turkey breast than with roast beef. And unfortunately, searching “Pit Turkey” in the pit master club returns every mention of “turkey” in the “pit” master club, so it’s not very helpful.

    Anyone with any experience or tips?

    Thanks.

    Mike

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    Have you seen this one on the free site?
    https://amazingribs.com/tested-recip...-breast-recipe

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      I have. Pit turkey has such a charred exterior that any reasonable recipe is going to be hard to adapt, and turkey breast is so unforgiving that I’m worried about nuking it. Didn’t know if anyone had any experience attempting it directly and had any insight to share.

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