I want to smoke a turkey and a ham this weekend. My plan is to use Jeff’s tips from his newsletters to cook both. What would be the best way to cook the two pieces of meat? Should I cook both in the same smoker or would it be better to cook them separately since I have a WSM (18 inch) and an ECB. The reason I am asking is because I want to keep the dripping from the turkey to make the gravy. I am also not sure if I should keep the ham drippings from dripping on the turkey? So what would be the best way to do this? Place both items in disposable pans and smoke them in one smoker? Place the turkey on the top rack of the WSM and then place a pan on the bottom rack to catch the drippings. Then smoke the ham in the ECB? Thanks in advance.