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Ham in the smoker #6944002
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Gimme a recipe for a damn good smoked ham as far as glaze, rub, and cooking time/temp. I am going to smoke a few for the holidays coming up, but I want to do an early test run on one this opening weekend at the lease. I have hickory, apple wood, and cherry wood on stock as of now. Please!

Re: Ham in the smoker [Re: DPirates80] #6944152
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PM me your email and I'll send you a word.doc that I wrote up for another member

Re: Ham in the smoker [Re: DPirates80] #6944296
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Originally Posted By: mbavo


Smoked a ham and some stuffed jalapeños today.
Man was it good.
Also had a big salad and a loaded baked potato to go with it.


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The one I smoked I left plain, no rub or glaze at all.
I'm not a big fan of sweet hams, and I was going to use left overs for other dishes.
I took a fully cooked ham and scored it pretty deep, so it would get plenty of smoke.
I smoked it 30 minutes a pound at 225 using pecan wood.
I thought it turned out pretty good.

Re: Ham in the smoker [Re: mbavo] #6945270
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Originally Posted By: mbavo

I took a fully cooked ham and scored it pretty deep, so it would get plenty of smoke.
I smoked it 30 minutes a pound at 225 using pecan wood.
I thought it turned out pretty good.



exactly what i do i just dont score it....i hate sweet hams too btw

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