Well just shared this with a friend that asked so thought Id post it. If you google "Disney Turkey Legs" you get a lot of hits with some of them saying they have the recipe. Here is one I found; if you use your smoker I would not add the liquid smoke.
1 cup tender quick salt
1/2 cup brown sugar
5 tsp. liquid smoke(leave out if using smoker)
1 gallon water (or amount to cover pieces)
1 turkey, chicken or turkey legs
Add all together and keep in covered container in refrigerator. Let stand for 24 hours.
When ready to roast, rinse off turkey and roast 2 hours at 350 degrees (whole bird) and then lower oven to 300 degrees until turkey is done. Turkey legs, pork chops, steaks and roasts can also be used this way. Adjust roast times for different cuts.
NOTE: These would also be delicious made in a smoker or slowly grilled over indirect heat. I'd probably go 225 on these to an internal Temp of 160 to 165 degree.
Also this is suppose to be a good one
SMOKED TURKEY LEGS [close to Disney Style]
2 cups tender quick salt
1 cups brown sugar
2 tbsp. onion powder
2 tbsp. garlic powder
4 bay leaves
2 gallons water
4 turkey legs [totally submerged in brine]*
Mix all brine ingredients together in a non reactive container. Put the turkey legs in the brine and place the container in the refrigerator. Let stand for at least 48 hours.*
Remove legs from the brine and wipe them dry with paper towels. Rub the legs with a small amount of sweet paprika. Put legs in smoker and set temperature for 225 degrees F. Smoke for at least five hours.
*Large turkey legs will require 3 full days to be fully brined and flavored. Smoking time at 225 degrees F will be about 6 1/2 hours.
Turkey legs, thighs, and wings, chicken parts, pork ribs, and pork chops can also be cured and smoked this way. Adjust the smoke times for different meats.