What is it?
BBQ’n Fools takes a boneless turkey and injects and covers it with our own Signature Seasoning. Then these boneless turkeys are marinated for over 24 hours in a special mix. They are then ready for the next step.
How is it Smoked?
The boneless turkeys are slow smoked for 7- 9 hours with apple wood/pecan wood. Apple juice mix is sprayed during the smoking process. Then the boneless turkey is placed in an oven bag to keep it moist and ready for your selected pick-up time on Christmas Eve, Dec 24th.
What do you get?
They come in one size 10 pounds after smoking they weight about 8 – 8.5 lbs. which feeds approximately 28 adults, 4 oz. each. The price is pound includes the labor to debone, the cost of the turkey, prepping of the turkey and my 7-9 hours of smoking time.
What does it cost?
The price is currently $9.75 per lb. (your cost at the finished weight of 8 lbs).
The 8 lb turkey comes to a base price of $84.24.
How do I order one?
All of the Smoked Boneless Turkeys are pre-paid in advance.
Fill out the form below and select how many you want.
An estimate will be emailed to you.
Pay with cash or check – Make checks payable to BBQ’n Fools Catering.
If you want to pay with a Credit Card that can be arrange but no discounts on CC orders
BBQ’n Fools will email you a paid invoice with your pick-up instructions.
Hours for pick-up are 2 PM to 5 PM on Christmas Eve,
Location for pick-up …BBQ’n Fools BBQ Shop
20 W. South Street
Greenfield, IN 46140
Keep it hot! If you are not eating it right away, keep in your oven at 170 degrees in the oven bag. You can use ½ to cup of the turkey juice and add to your gravy. This is very tasty. (Will have a little smoky flavor, so not too much. Fix according to your taste; you can always add more but you can’t take it out.)
Please be advised that there is a limited supply, we order only so many each year. Turkey orders increase each year, but with a two week notice I can have these for you anytime in the year..
Fill out the form below to order your BBQ’n Fools Smoked Boneless Turkey for Christmas Eve, Dec 24th