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FAQ Subject: Mixing different types of meats on the grill
I'm smoking 5 Pork Butts for sandwiches this weekend. I'm going to have room left in my smoker and I'm tempted to throw 2 boneless turkey breast in . I've never mixed 2 different types of meat or poultry in the smoker at the same time. Is this advisable? Thank You, Max
Been doing that most of my life. I usually throw some sausages on to have something to eat early to keep up my strength. Then I may have some chicken hind quarters come off next, then the spare ribs and finally the pork butts. May as well get the max. out of your time and heat.