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Slow-Grilled Turkey

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Recipe photo courtesy of David Malosh

Visit our step-by-step photo tutorial for this recipe. You will need a kettle grill with a lid that's at least 22 inches in diameter, such as a Weber. You will also need a chimney starter, trussing supplies, a bag of best-quality charcoal briquettes, and a disposable heatproof aluminum roasting pan.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, November 2012
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Recipe adapted from "Mad Hungry," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books). Copyright 2009. Now available in paperback.

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  • Sandra Williams
    12 NOV, 2012
    What is the temperature the grill should maintain while cooking this bird? I really want to make it, but I'm not sure. I will be using a fresh bird, should I brine it? Is the turkey grilled or smoked? Would appreciate any feed back before Thanksgiving:)
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