Slow Smoked Turkey...

                                                                                                                    November 2014

BBQ Friend:

     Here's a video from the popular online BBQ school. I have never released to the public one of the 20 videos available to members only, but I thought ya'll would enjoy this hour long video on how to smoke a turkey low and slow slow smoked turkeywith an apple, honey, & maple syrup glaze and a Southwest rub. Our new Apple Cinnamon rub or even the Garlic Onion rub would also go well with this recipe. Why is this video an hour long? Because at we leave out no details.

     Most turkeys are cooked at a higher temperature around 350 deg in an oven. At that temperature, it's very easy to overshoot your desired internal meat temp and dry out your turkey. I think you'll be surprised at how moist a slowly smoked turkey will be even after many hours on the smoker.

But before you get to watching the video, let me tell you about our BBQ deals...

Great deals in our BBQ Store... memberships DVDs
Competition BBQ Secrets paper books

If you would like to smoke something besides a turkey for Thanksgiving, we have plenty of options at like honey glazed ham, beef ribs, boneless rib roast, rotisserie chicken, and many more.

And don't forget those side dishes...

Here's the slow smoked turkey video...


Happy Thanksgiving!
Bill Anderson
Chatham Artillery BBQ Team

P.S. Remember, there are limited quantities of our rub available this year, so order now for Christmas!

     Remember... to watch exactly how we cooked and won 8 Grand Championships in the last two years, go to

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Also... Competition BBQ Secrets is available in our BBQ Store along with some great BBQ essentials... remote pager thermometers, cookbooks, rubs, etc. Just click on the link below to go to our store...

The new Chatham Artillery BBQ Southwest rub is what we are using this year. It's the best "all around" rub I have ever tried. Especially good on brisket....

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