Question about Brinkmann Smoke' n Grill Electric Double 810-5290-C
My 24 pound turkey in half the time the manual says. I keep adding cold water to try to slow down the cooking. Could it be my element is malfunctioning and cooking at a much higher temperature? Should I unplug for 1/2 hour intervals to slow down the process?
I hope your turkey turned out OK. I read all of the smoking and grilling forums and it seemed to be a very common occurrence yesterday that turkeys cooked in far less time that the grill masters thought they would. Could be that most birds are pre-brined and the additional moisture causes the birds to cook faster. Could be that they are leaner than in the past and the fat renders sooner, causing internal temp to rise faster.
I would let it cook and just check the internal meat temperature at regular intervals starting about 15 minutes per pound.
At what temperature was your smoker running during your cook?
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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