Well...tried the apple sauce with two chickens, so how about a couple turkeys! Butterflied them and hit them with my apple sauce injection and let them sit overnight. Fresh turkeys (14lbs each), all natural and not brined (keeping things low sodium). Instead of mopping with anything, I gave them a quick spray of butter flavored PAM after 2 hrs and every hour after. Worked great, quick and easy. Gave nice color. Here's the injection (tweaked a little since the chicken), one batch went in each bird. I also wet the birds down with apple juice and a spray of PAM. Seasoned with Italian seasonings and lemon pepper (salt free). Injection mix: 3/4C unsweetened applesauce 1 TBS cider vinegar 1-1/2 tsp lemon pepper (salt free) 1 tsp Italian seasoning 1 tsp cinnamon 2 tsp brown sugar (Splenda blend) 1-1/2 tsp garlic powder 1-1/2 tsp onion powder 1 tsp chili powder Now this seemed a little weird, I was getting the birds ready and guess what I see walking around the yard! Maybe he was planning to liberate his brothers from the smoker . They like to visit the bird feeders. On to the smoke. Smoker set at 275Â°, used Cherry wood. Water in the pan for the first 3 hours, no water in the pan for the last couple hours. Wanted the temp higher to get things browned up. Here they are ready to go in. After 2 hrs, internal temps 144. After 3hrs, internal temps 153. After 4hrs, internal temps 160. After 5.5 hrs, done and resting!