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    Paymaster
    Mon Nov 19, 2012 2:50 pm
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    I posted several pics in the Canning( wild game thread) forum. I liked this one most out of the whole set. I cooked a deer ham and a lot of other stuff on my smoker Sunday. This is the deer ham. I injected the venison with a half bottle of a Garlic Herb marinade purchased from the local supermarket. I covered the meat with bacon to keep it moist and cooked at 250* until the internal temp was 160*.
    AskCy
    Mon Nov 19, 2012 3:10 pm
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    ya big tease, show us some slices.. icon_lol.gif

    Steve
    Paymaster
    Mon Nov 19, 2012 3:28 pm
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    Here is my plate from last night. Did not post it due to poor quality but the meat portion on the right is the deer meat. The portion on the left is a small Tri_Tip roast I smoked.

    AskCy
    Mon Nov 19, 2012 3:45 pm
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    I'm now craving a few slices on crusty bread with pickled onions... !... looks great.. plenty of "bark" and a good "smoke ring" as Adam Richman would say..

    Steve
    Debbwl
    Mon Nov 19, 2012 8:06 pm
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    Paymast can tell how good that smells just by the photo yummy.gif Very nice!

    Oh ya!!!! The sliced photo looks as good as I could tell it would from the grill.
    Zurie
    Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:47 am
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    That deer ham looks simply amazing. Wow, I'd love to have a taste of that!

    Our smallish Cameron smoker has rusted due to neglect, even though it was covered in plastic ... Here on the sea everything rusts -- honestly, it is the worst thing about living on the sea.

    Can one smoke meat and poultry successfully in a Weber?
    Paymaster
    Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:04 pm
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    Zurie wrote:
    That deer ham looks simply amazing. Wow, I'd love to have a taste of that!

    Our smallish Cameron smoker has rusted due to neglect, even though it was covered in plastic ... Here on the sea everything rusts -- honestly, it is the worst thing about living on the sea.

    Can one smoke meat and poultry successfully in a Weber?

    Thanks for the comments! icon_biggrin.gif
    I know several folks around here that use a Weber for smoking. It is basically cooking indirect with a small packet of wood chips on the charcoals. Put all the hot coals on one side of the grill and the meat on the opposite side. Place a foil packet of chips next to the hot coals and you can get a pretty good smoke flavor that way. I use a metal box made for that purpose in my gas grill when I want a bit of smokey taste on food.
    mickeydownunder
    Wed Nov 21, 2012 2:08 am
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    Paymaster wrote:
    Zurie wrote:
    That deer ham looks simply amazing. Wow, I'd love to have a taste of that!

    Our smallish Cameron smoker has rusted due to neglect, even though it was covered in plastic ... Here on the sea everything rusts -- honestly, it is the worst thing about living on the sea.

    Can one smoke meat and poultry successfully in a Weber?

    Thanks for the comments! icon_biggrin.gif
    I know several folks around here that use a Weber for smoking. It is basically cooking indirect with a small packet of wood chips on the charcoals. Put all the hot coals on one side of the grill and the meat on the opposite side. Place a foil packet of chips next to the hot coals and you can get a pretty good smoke flavor that way. I use a metal box made for that purpose in my gas grill when I want a bit of smokey taste on food.


    WOW never heard of deer ham before...thanks thanks for enlightening me...

    What would it tastes closest to and PLEASE don't say CHICKEN lol

    LOVE the bacon smoked photo on the BBQ too!

    WHOO HOO

    Thanks for sharing!
    Paymaster
    Wed Nov 21, 2012 12:57 pm
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    mickeydownunder wrote:
    Paymaster wrote:
    Zurie wrote:
    That deer ham looks simply amazing. Wow, I'd love to have a taste of that!

    Our smallish Cameron smoker has rusted due to neglect, even though it was covered in plastic ... Here on the sea everything rusts -- honestly, it is the worst thing about living on the sea.

    Can one smoke meat and poultry successfully in a Weber?

    Thanks for the comments! icon_biggrin.gif
    I know several folks around here that use a Weber for smoking. It is basically cooking indirect with a small packet of wood chips on the charcoals. Put all the hot coals on one side of the grill and the meat on the opposite side. Place a foil packet of chips next to the hot coals and you can get a pretty good smoke flavor that way. I use a metal box made for that purpose in my gas grill when I want a bit of smokey taste on food.


    WOW never heard of deer ham before...thanks thanks for enlightening me...

    What would it tastes closest to and PLEASE don't say CHICKEN lol

    LOVE the bacon smoked photo on the BBQ too!

    WHOO HOO

    Thanks for sharing!


    I guess lamb would be the closest thing I could think of.

    Thanks for the nice comments!
    mickeydownunder
    Wed Nov 21, 2012 5:52 pm
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    Paymaster wrote:
    mickeydownunder wrote:
    Paymaster wrote:
    Zurie wrote:
    That deer ham looks simply amazing. Wow, I'd love to have a taste of that!

    Our smallish Cameron smoker has rusted due to neglect, even though it was covered in plastic ... Here on the sea everything rusts -- honestly, it is the worst thing about living on the sea.

    Can one smoke meat and poultry successfully in a Weber?

    Thanks for the comments! icon_biggrin.gif
    I know several folks around here that use a Weber for smoking. It is basically cooking indirect with a small packet of wood chips on the charcoals. Put all the hot coals on one side of the grill and the meat on the opposite side. Place a foil packet of chips next to the hot coals and you can get a pretty good smoke flavor that way. I use a metal box made for that purpose in my gas grill when I want a bit of smokey taste on food.


    WOW never heard of deer ham before...thanks thanks for enlightening me...

    What would it tastes closest to and PLEASE don't say CHICKEN lol

    LOVE the bacon smoked photo on the BBQ too!

    WHOO HOO

    Thanks for sharing!


    I guess lamb would be the closest thing I could think of.

    Thanks for the nice comments!


    WOW and thanks!! Always enjoy learning something new especially when it comes to food!
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