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Date Posted: 15:05:20 12/21/01 Fri
Author: reg
Author Host/IP: Montreal-ppp47880.qc.sympatico.ca /
Subject: Re: anyone making
In reply to: BBQfan1 's message, "Re: anyone making" on 14:02:27 12/21/01 Fri

no Qfan have never tried injecting butter or anything else in turkey or chicken , only brine . its my belief that immersing in brine gives a total and even amount of saturation . i did this watered down brine for yesterdays bird and it turned out good , not real salty at all but did get the benefit of the flavor of the brine . the amount of water added was only about 1 1/2 to 2 cups for the gallon . you know sometimes people say " oh yea that was good " but theres still plenty left on the table . not so last night , i take it everyone was happy . i have been asked to prep a few for a friend on monday afternoon , snacks for his employees and guests . anyway , thats my 2 cents worth . reg

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