ten pound bone in ham update!!!!!!!!!!

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Smoke Blower
Original poster
OTBS Member
Jul 2, 2006

SUCCESS!!! thanks to all those who helped me through this!!!

i smoked it all day on the weber turned smoker using a hot plate and then when i went to bed i wrapped it up in tin foil after covering it is applejuice and vinegar and set the oven on 180...because the meat temp was not high enough..... this morning i took it out and the bone just came out! the meat pulled beautifully and it was moist and tender!!!!
NOW..... i have to figure out a sauce to use for sandwiches!!!!SO I NEED HELP AGAIN, PLEASE!!! any suggestions will be greatly appreciated... the family is coming tonight!!!!!! also...any wine suggestions???

thanks again for all your support.... this is so much fun!!!!!
See there, I told you that BBQ don't like it when you worry 8) .

If you like spicy BBQ try this sauce;

Paducah Ky Secret sauce
Aubrey Pageâ€[emoji]8482[/emoji]s Version

3 TBSP Ketchup (Heinz)
4 TBSP Apple Cider Vinegar (1/4 cup)
1 TBSP water
1 Tsp Black Pepper (fine ground)
¼ Tsp White pepper
½ Tsp Cayenne (red) pepper (or more to taste, locals will use 1 Tsp)
2 Tsp Tabasco or other red pepper sauce

All measures are level measurements.

Mix it in a small Tupperware container and shake to mix. Store at room temperature but if you are not going to use it for a while, refrigerate or just throw it away and make fresh next time. Some folks add a little sugar but I think this is closer to the Starnes recipe in taste. This sauce is hot but not as hot as some like it. Just add more cayenne if you want it hotter like at the restaurant. Enjoy!

It is quickly becoming my favorite. It's not sweet though, if you're looking for a sweet sauce better check some other posts in the sauces and marinade's section.

Congrat's on your ham.
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