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  • PRETTY! For myself, I'd go with orange, to match my Jeeps, but for work it's all Red, White and Blue. I've got three more racks to order, and PDU's with them, this is a good reminder there is no need to be boring!

    Happy Turkey Day!

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  • Love this!  Happy Thanksgiving!

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  • Those are awesome!

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  • Can you slow cook them?

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  • tfl wrote:

    Can you slow cook them?

    It's possible but we don't recommend it. They have a high operating temperature of 140°F (60°C) that reduces cooling costs while maintaining full functionality.

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  • So I suppose, for the same reason, using bacon and regular basting might be sub-optimal?

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  • Mike (Eaton) wrote:

    tfl wrote:

    Can you slow cook them?

    It's possible but we don't recommend it. They have a high operating temperature of 140°F (60°C) that reduces cooling costs while maintaining full functionality.

    So, if they were prime rib instead of turkey, we would be just fine?

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  • Wayne Andersen wrote:

    Mike (Eaton) wrote:

    tfl wrote:

    Can you slow cook them?

    It's possible but we don't recommend it. They have a high operating temperature of 140°F (60°C) that reduces cooling costs while maintaining full functionality.

    So, if they were prime rib instead of turkey, we would be just fine?

    Well, done as sous vide, you could probably cook prime rib just fine at that upper limit. Mind you, the water bath might present challenges.

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  • After some internal consultations with our engineering teams, we recommend removing the tail feathers before cooking the turkey.

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  • Mike (Eaton) wrote:

    After some internal consultations with our engineering teams, we recommend removing the tail feathers before cooking the turkey.

    It took engineering to figure that out??  :)

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  • Happy Turkey Day!

    Keep Smile

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