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    Default Smoked Rack of Lamb and Cheeses

    Marinated racks of lamb over night in vacuum bag with olive oil, red wine vinegar, garlic (smoked a while back) fresh oregano, salt, pepper and sugar.

    Smoked with 2oz cherry until it was 139 internal temp.

    Threw it on the grill for a bit until seared on all sides.

    Cheeses were Mozzarella, Gouda and Farmhouse Cheddar.


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    Last edited by DavidJ3d; 10-31-2011 at 09:53 PM.

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    We would love to see the pictures.
    Unfortunately, the links don't work.

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    Sorry about that these links should work, corrected them above too just in case:

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    D3J,
    That's a good lookin' cook right there! Way to go!

    Smoke on!

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    About how long did it take to get to that temp? Have you ever done a Leg of Lamb? and at what temp did you smoke it at?
    Looks DELISH!!!
    Thanks Andrew

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    Great job 3d....that was a nice cook!!!

    BillyBob
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew View Post
    About how long did it take to get to that temp? Have you ever done a Leg of Lamb? and at what temp did you smoke it at?
    Looks DELISH!!!
    Thanks Andrew
    I smoked them at 225 and it took around 2 hours to get to the temp. Then just on the grill till they were well seared on both sides.

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    Very nice, David. I like the pictures. Making me hungry!
    Remember: If it weren't for marriage, men would go through life thinking they had no faults at all

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    That is mean, Seen that Pic and now starving. LOL Man those look good. How Tender did they turn out?
    Proud owner of one of the first of 1500's sold when they were more like a test smoker
    Doctor told me years ago to quite smoking, So I quit cold turkey. But will never quit smoking with my Smokin Tex 1500

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    how long should I smoke it for?

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