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So tomorrow I'm looking to switch it up from the usual pork butt and tenderloins I do.  I want to smoke up a boneless leg of lamb and a cornish game hens.  Never done either one, and couldn't find too much from the little research I've done.  What would be the best way to cook these?  Should I brine?  Rub?  Best wood to use?  Temp to smoke at? And IT to smoke to?  And about how long may they take to cook?

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Try these links.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/newsearch?search=boneless+leg+of+lamb

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/newsearch?search=cornish+hens

 

Hope this helps.

 

Al

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We just did some cornish game hens on the minitisserie. Kept it simple and rubbed the hens inside and out with Lawry's seasoned salt and pepper. I put a bit of chipotle on mine.Cooked over KBB with cherry and Kiawe for wood smoke.

 

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