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Did my first "Bearcarver's Double Smoked ham" today

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I won't bother you with a big write-up since Bear did a splendid job on his post explaining all the details of how to do it all.  I used his glaze recipe with the exception that I replaced the maple syrup with honey since I didn't have any maple syrup on hand.  So here's the Q-view:

 

 

I made double-baked potatoes and peas to go along with it.  Very yummy!  I would recommend to anyone to give this a try.  The idea of putting the trimmed fat over the ham to baste it throughout the smoke is perfect.  The ham came out moist and very flavorful, although a bit salty, but that wasn't any fault to the method.  I think I'll soak the next ham to hopefully get some of the salt out of it.   Over all I'm tickled pink with this!  Tomorrow morning breakfast is going to be ham and eggs :banana_smiley:

 

post #2 of 7
Nice job Sharryn, looks awesome ! icon14.gif

Bears SBS are great !

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post #3 of 7
Thread Starter 

Yes, he has some amazing SBS's, that's for sure.  I'm going to try his Canadian Bacon soon.

 

Thanks for the points!  :yahoo:

post #4 of 7

S, The ham looks like a winner ! Thumbs Up

post #5 of 7
Your ham looks fantastic! Great Smoke!

POINTS!!!!
post #6 of 7

Excellent smoke, Sharryn. Bear's Double Smoked hams was one of my earliest smokes and has been a regular ever since. Yours looks perfect.

 

Point.

 

Disco

post #7 of 7

This is the first I saw this---Sorry, but it looks Awesome!!:drool-----------:points:

 

Glad you like it !!Thumbs Up

 

Bear

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