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Old 01-20-2013, 09:47 AM   #16
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that looks AWESOME!

I've been wanting to try smoking some lamb...to what internal temp do you take it? I'm thinking apple wood, btw.

any other hints?

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Old 01-20-2013, 01:35 PM   #17
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that looks AWESOME!

I've been wanting to try smoking some lamb...to what internal temp do you take it? I'm thinking apple wood, btw.

any other hints?

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Can't help you with Applewood as I have never used it.
Because this went in a pot the internal was up high,in the pot at 68c/155f.
then kept low for 3 hours.
If your not potting it and its young lamb ,I would take it to 145 and hold it for an hour.
Usual way is for a touch of pink.
Cut of the excess fat as it can be a strong smell if your not use to it.
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Old 01-20-2013, 04:10 PM   #18
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titch's most impressive feat is to start with a lamb shoulder and finish with a leg!
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Old 01-20-2013, 04:27 PM   #19
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Very nice Titch, Did you place the lid on the pot?
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Looks delicious!
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Where the fark did this Titch feller come from? I go away for a little bit and I come back to see you posting stuff like this. Good stuff man! It might be a bit late but welcome my brother. Anyone working with lamb like that is def a friend of mine. Good stuff.

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Very nice Titch, Did you place the lid on the pot?
Lid onI,I class it the lazy way to foil.
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I want some. I think I actually tasted it from the pics (at least I think so).
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Nice Brother Titch!

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Looks down right fantastic Titch!
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just getting back to this thread...

Thanks, Titch. I appreciate the intel.
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That looks delicious. I'd love to find a whole shoulder like that. Here we typically only see leg,shoulder chops, rack and loin chops. I'd also love to try lamb ribs.

Good job mate.
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OK, now I'm REALLY hungry!

What are the pods you used for smoke?
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Looks fantastic Titch!!
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