BBQ with Franklin: Thanksgiving part 3

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How to tell when your turkey is finished plus make a beautiful gravy with smoked butter.

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  1. razor world
    razor world says:

    Thank You for the best videos, Aaron has been a life saver for my fort worth Ribs/briskets/pork butts smoker  ….family showoff/cookouts…. and now you show …Stacey and her green bean/potatoes sides, wow     again thank you both for sharing .Glenn & Molly

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  2. Metal Rott
    Metal Rott says:

    This guy impresses the heck out of me, He makes millions a year from just his Restaurant and he lives so humble like. No mansion, no extravagant over the top kitchen wares, simple simple simple life style. Very cool guy!

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  3. Doug6714
    Doug6714 says:

    I enjoyed all three videos, I forgot to hit the thumbs up on the first two. The meal looks delicious. I expecially like the way the turkey turned out. Keep smoking!

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  4. IIIrandomIII
    IIIrandomIII says:

    The engine needs a better gasket….
    there’s also a leak with the vanos system. Quite common in pre-96 models.

    Other than that, what a fantastic balloon animal! The fungus will surely toast up nicely by the fall. Damn tuna farmers!

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  5. M Ouija
    M Ouija says:

    I can't imagine how good Thanksgiving dinner must be at the Franklin house. That turkey looks incredible, the gravy must be incredibly flavorful and rich, and I think I'd take a double helping of those green beans and peppers.

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  6. Brian Kendalll
    Brian Kendalll says:

    I never cooked a turkey before today. I bought an 11lb fresh turkey from Costco. I followed Franklin’s instructions as closely as possible using my Oklahoma Joe offset smoker. I added a little more flavor to the rub and stuffed the cavity with an onion and an orange. Juiciest turkey I have ever had. The breast meat was super tender with just enough mesquite smoke flavor. The dark meat was melty. Thanks Franklin! Family was amazed.

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  7. PlatinumLawnServices
    PlatinumLawnServices says:

    equal amounts flour and fat= roux….my favorite thing…been a chef for 15 years but just getting into the bbq world. Bought a big rotisserie smoker trailer and hoping to do some catering. Love your videos and also have your book

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