Originally Posted by Solidkick
If you have a water pan in your offset, try filling with apple or pineapple juice when doing hams. I prefer to cook the bone in hams as the have a better fat content and won't dry out as much. Spray like you would any other cook, and preferably use a fruit wood.
Interesting idea about the water pan. For wood, I use 80% hickory, 10% mesquite and 10% cherry.
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