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Gary Howey

INDUCTED INTO THE
NATIONAL FRESHWATER FISHING
HALL OF FAME
” IN 2017

HIGH MOUNTAIN SEASONINGS SMOKED TURKEY

Entered by Gary Howey

Former tournament angler, hunting and fishing guide. Inducted into the National Freshwater Fishing "Hall of Fame" in 2017. Active member of the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers (AGLOW), Past Executive Director (AGLOW). Howey has been an outdoor communicator since 1980 with his award winning syndicated "Of the Outdoors" columns appearing in magazine, newspapers, and tabloids throughout he upper Midwest and nationally.

April 7, 2022

Ingredients:

  • 1 Boned Wild Turkey Breast
  • Hi Mountain Seasonings Game Bird and Poultry Brine Kit
  • Hi Mountain Seasonings Rib Rub
  • Olive Oil
  • Optional: Wireless Thermometer

Directions:

  1. In a non-metal container, prepare the Hi Mountain Seasonings Game Bird and Poultry Brine following the instructions included in the brine kit. Place the turkey breast into the brine and refrigerate for 24 hours. 
  2. Remove the turkey breast from the brine and dry throughly with paper towels. 
  3. Set your smoker or pellet grill to 180 degrees.
  4. Lightly coat all sides of the turkey breast with olive oil and apply a liberal amount of Hi Mountain Seasonings Rib Rub.
  5. Smoke the turkey breast until the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees, making sure to turn the turkey breast once doing the smoking process. 
  6. Remove the turkey breast from the smoker and let rest for at least 15 minutes before slicing and serving.

Please note: 

A meat thermometer is an essential tool for this recipe because cooking time will vary depending on the size of the turkey breast and the smoking device you use.

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