From the Kitchen of…David Bonom, Longtime Cooking Light Contributor"For one of my birthdays, all of my friends chipped in and gave me the smoker of my dreams, knowing that they would benefit from it. Ever since then, my suburban New Jersey neighbors have gotten to enjoy the smells of my Thanksgiving turkey as it smokes in the backyard."Applewood chips lend a slightly sweet and fruity flavor to the meat. You can also try smoking the turkey with cherry or alder wood chips for more delicate smoked flavor.
Recipe by Cooking Light November 2015
Credit: Brian Woodcock; Styling: Paige Hicks
294 calories; fat 7.9g; saturated fat 2g; mono fat 3.4g; poly fat 1.7g; protein 51g; carbohydrates 2g; fiber 1g; cholesterol 167mg; iron 4mg; sodium 522mg; calcium 43mg.