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Gyros

chef jimmyj

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Man that looks amazing!...JJ
 

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Oh my God that looks good!

Point to you Sir!

Congrats on making the carousel!

BTW I moved this to lamb.

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    I love that stuff..... And yours looks great..... Can't get a decent Gyro out here...  Great job.... Care to share the recipe????
 

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Looks Fantastic, great job  Mmmmm !!  
   


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david b

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Yum yum we can't get a decent gyros down here either, I got turned on to those when I went to Crete for a live fire missel exercise thanks for posting
 

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Look great and a nice job on the cook. Could you share the type of wood you used, and if you did any thing besides the tatonka dust? I will be trying this when it gets warm. And again in the fall when the lambs get bigger.

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Mikey...   Sure looks delish...   pts..
 

bigmikey14

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I didn't do anything to the meat besides Tatonka Dust. I didn't decide to do the gyros until after I put it on. Went to the store and grabbed the gyro stuff while it was cooking. I used a mix of cherry and pecan
 

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What type of season is tatonka dust?
I wondered same thing and googled it. No longer made at this time. They lost a supplier of one of the ingredients so they arent making it any more.  owensbbq.com
 

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What type of season is tatonka dust?
I wondered same thing and googled it. No longer made at this time. They lost a supplier of one of the ingredients so they arent making it any more.  owensbbq.com
Marty and Tanya are finding a new "seasoning company" to make their special mix...  he says in a few months it should be back in stock...
 

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Nice job, I have been wantin to try that method for a while now.,,,guess i better get a move on.

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That looks amazing, and I never thought to try it, but now I want to.

You said you finished it at 350. Did you take it off at a particular IT?

Thanks!  
 

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