DBQ's recipe will work well with a splatchcocked turkey.
Splatchcocking works for any sort of poultry. You can put it on any sort of BBQ and add hickory or other hardwood chips for smoking. It cooks much faster, there is less danger of over cooking parts and under cooking others, and you end up with a moist tasty bird.
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