What do you guys think about smoking turkey and brisket at the same time, in the same smoker? Assuming that the smoker is big enough to fit both of them, would they both be able to cook fully at as similar rate in the same smoker? Thinking about smoking the turkey for Thanksgiving this year. We usually cook it in the oven or a roaster. I always smoke brisket for Thanksgiving also. Would like to smoke them both. I usually have my smoker between 230 and 250 degrees for the brisket. Would the turkey be able to cook fully at at those temps? Or do I need to increase the smoking temp for my brisket? Maybe 275-ish? Or, am I going to have to buy another smoker?