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Maple Bourbon Ham w/Q-view

SmokinAl

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I mostly followed John3198's recipe for the Maple Bourbon ham. I didn't have any Bourbon, so I used Capt. Morgans. I also didn't use the mop sauce. At 2 hours I just poured some maple syrup over the ham. I also only smoked it for 4 hours at 215-225. It came out quite well. Juicy, tender, with a nice smoke flavor. I also did a fattie, but will post that in the fattie section. Here's how she looked just out of the smoker.



I smoke & Judy slices. What a team, Huh!   




We bagged up most of the ham in foodsaver bags for freezing, but left out a plate full for sammies the next couple of days.



Thank you all for looking. Hope you enjoyed it! Here's the link to the fattie: 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/fo...-provolone-spinach-fattie-w-qview#post_583403
 
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beer-b-q

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That is one fine looking ham Al...  I like the Capt. Morgan idea instead of Bourbon...
 

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Great job Al !

Judy obviously doesn't want any of your fingers mixed in with her sammie meat!

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That looks very good.  Did you save me a sandwich lol
 

rbranstner

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Was this a totally raw ham that you brined and everything or was it a precooked/smoked ham that you would buy at the store and heat up?
 

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that looks awesome Al. Makes me want to thaw some right now!!
 

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It was pre-cooked, but not smoked. So I didn't have to worry about internal meat temp. I just added smoke flavor to it.
Was this a totally raw ham that you brined and everything or was it a precooked/smoked ham that you would buy at the store and heat up?
 

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