A simple smoked turkey breast recipe for Thanksgiving — all you need is a charcoal grill, charcoal, and wood chips — and a defense of slow food. Jump to recipe. Last weekend, Brian and I had a few friends over for a Friendsgiving feast.
Techniques for preparing grilled entrees and desserts are demonstrated. Also: advice on selecting ingredients. Included: beer-smoked ribs; curried slaw; guacamole; maple-syrup-smoked trout; margarita-grilled shrimp; roasted garlic bread; smoked beef brisket; and spicy potato skins.
Rob gives his friends a wake up call with a big BBQ brunch. Smoked back bacon, breakfast frittatas, smoked salmon, and a morning cocktail give them all fresh start to the day. Robby throws his annual cannonball and belly flop competition.
I created a flavorful compound butter using citrus and fresh herbs, half of which is used to rub between the skin and the meat, and the other half is melted and basted on to the skin of the turkey to create a flavorful, crisp, golden brown skin, which in my humble opinion is the best part of the turkey anyway. This recipe is prepared on a charcoal grill but you can easily adapt this for a gas grill or even a Weber smoker. Start by creating a medium-hot fire about degrees with an indirect cooking zone. I like to use the Weber char-baskets to bank the charcoal to each side of the grill, and a large disposable drip pan in the middle.
Grill, meet turkey. In an unexpected flavor twist, traditional turkey breast hits the grates for a moist, smoky main dish. Soak wood chips in enough water to cover for about 30 minutes.
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Licence to Grill is a series that celebrates the joys of summer backyard entertaining and the BBQ. Each episode takes place on a Saturday afternoon as host and Chef Robert Rainford prepares to have people over for dinner that evening in his backyard. With the BBQ as the central theme, Robert shows us the hows and whys of perfect BBQ-ology with recipes ranging from the super delicious and simple perfect hamburgers, steaks, kabobs to more ambitious fare leg of lamb, hot smoking sides of fish, grilled desserts. By Gusto Worldwide Media.