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    Easter Ham & Lamb on the MAK

    This year I decided to make a homemade ham as well as roast a leg of lamb roast on the new MAK 1 Star for a family Easter get together over at my Mom's house.

    Dinner was scheduled for 4:30 P.M., so the ham needed to come out of the brine and go on early so it had plenty of time to smoke. There's nothing like a face full of smoke at 3:30 in the A.M.!


    Here it is after a 10+ hour ride in the MAK 1 star set to smoke mode.



    Next, I tied a 6+ lb Leg of Lamb roast and seasoned with some brown mustard, salt, pepper, garlic & rosemary. Then it went on the MAK at 275 to roast until it reached an I.T. of 125 in the thickest end.


    Time to eat!
    Here's some of the Ham sliced.


    And the Lamb.



    Thanks for looking!
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    Nice looking feast Tent. I've never been a fan of lamb but that looks really good, I would have definetly tried it.

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    Great Cook. That Lamb looks great. How was it with the brown mustard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolverines View Post
    Great Cook. That Lamb looks great. How was it with the brown mustard?
    The spicy brown mustard is not heavy handed at all. It adds a nice little hint of tang and piquancy to the outside layer. It's my go-to glue for beef & lamb.
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    Modified Horizontal Offset Smoker - used mainly for cold smoking.

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    Ham looks great! Fantastic cook.
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