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Took a lamb leg for a spin...

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Boneless leg of lamb seasoned with Tatonka Dust on the rotisserie getting some cherry smoke and cooking indirect courtesy of the Vortex to a internal meat temp of 140º and then pulled for a rest.



Removed the rotisserie from the grill, flipped the Vortex for more indirect cooking, added a grate to put on a French loaf my wife doctored up with a olive cheese bread recipe and a bag of frozen veggies, a green bean/carrot blend flavored up with some butter, bacon pieces and Tatonka Dust in the cast iron pans.



Plated and ated... this was an excellent meal!



Thanks for looking!
post #2 of 7
That looks awesome, nice meal ! You have also reminded me I need to order more Tatonka Dust !
post #3 of 7

I'm digging a hole under your fence.

post #4 of 7
Looks tasty! Wish I could do MSG, I'd give the Tatonka dust a try if I could.
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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post

Looks tasty! Wish I could do MSG, I'd give the Tatonka dust a try if I could.

The MSG is a sub-ingredient of one of the many ingredients in Tatonka Dust seasoning. Our neighbor is MSG intolerant and has no issues using the seasoning. I am not saying it will be fine for you as everyone is different and you know best for yourself, just letting you know the amount is very, very low...
post #6 of 7
Great meal Marty.
post #7 of 7
Looks awesome! Plated and ated is a great saying I love it!
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