Our Turkey has been slow smoked to deliciousness. It's as simple as thawing and carving it if you want, or you can warm your Turkey in the oven instead.
To serve at room temperature: If turkey is refrigerated, remove it 4-5 hours before serving. If turkey is frozen, let it stand in the sink or a pan overnight. Turkey needs to defrost and reach room temperature. If you wish, you may place in refrigerator to thaw, which usually takes 2 days. After turkey has reached room temperature, remove plastic wrapping. The turkey is now ready to serve
To heat before serving: Cover thawed turkey with aluminum foil. Heat in 300-degree oven for 30-45 minutes. Time may vary, depending upon your oven. Check after 30 minutes. Prepare glaze according to package instructions. Brush glaze over turkey. Put back in oven uncovered for 10 minutes. Turkey should be warm around breast.
Note: Do not overheat, as it will cause the turkey to be dry. Do not stuff whole smoked turkey, as it is already cooked. Stuffing should be prepared and cooked separately.