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John T

Easter Ham

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For several years we have wanted to build a shed to store things that really shouldn't live in our basement (like gasoline powered equipment).  The purchase of "Babe" (as in Paul Bunyan's big blue ox) this past summer (21" Supreme) pushed us over the hump.  Totally home built from plans.  Babe lives inside during the winter months, rolling out for cooks then back under cover.  Will remain on the porch now (under sunbrella cover) till the snow flies.  Tried a brined ham for Easter roughly following these directions - https://www.daringgourmet.com/how-to-smoke-a-ham/    Used apple wood in the pot with coffee char for fuel - turned out well if I do say so myself.

John

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Amazing setup! For the ham, safe to assume you went for the pre cooked/cured? The pink color kind of gives it away unless of course you cured it yourself. Either way, well done!


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3 minutes ago, BOC said:

Amazing setup! For the ham, safe to assume you went for the pre cooked/cured? The pink color kind of gives it away unless of course you cured it yourself. Either way, well done!

Nope, a fresh ham shoulder to start.  The brine included some curing salt that gives the characteristic color. 

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