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Unread 07-05-2013, 07:25 PM   #31
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Wow, that looks great.

A friend of mine is "blessed" (cursed is the better word!) with AB- blood type, so lamb is one of the few meats she should be able to eat. She doesn't like lamb, but wants to taste it if I smoke it (no one here does that).

So I will have to have a go at either a leg or a rack one day...
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Unread 07-05-2013, 07:41 PM   #32
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I forgot to say, the rub on the lamb is Oakridge BBQ's Black Ops. It's not just for beef! It matched wonderfully with the lamb. My only regret is that I'm now out and will have to order more. I believe the Black Ops is my favorite savory rub now.
I just got some of this in my Oakridge sampler from Big Poppa's. Can't wait to try it.

PS Lamb looks awesome.
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Unread 07-05-2013, 07:50 PM   #33
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Man that is pure!
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Unread 07-05-2013, 07:57 PM   #34
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I call "B.S."

Until you move to STL and cook me something that looks this fantastic, I'm going to firmly believe this was an elaborate Photoshop conspiracy.

This appears too good to be true. Thank you Sir, and have a nice day.
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Wow, what a great post! It all looks awesome.
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It looks amazingly good!!!!!! How long did it take for the whole cook more or less?
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Utterly AMAZING meal! Exceptional!
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Wow Guerry that's some fine looking leg you got there! Thanks for sharing!
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It looks amazingly good!!!!!! How long did it take for the whole cook more or less?
It was. Not counting prep time, the cook took about 2.5~3 hours. I rested under foil to keep the veggies hot. Almost a mistake for the lamb though because it let it climb into medium territory under the foil. But, the taste and texture were still outstanding.
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This keeps getting better and better each time I look at it Guerry... Superb!
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That is one spectacular masterpiece feast, Guerry! You get my vote!
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Yum!!! What's on the menu for the next 4th? I wanna be there!
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Yum!!! What's on the menu for the next 4th? I wanna be there!
Your call. Open invite Jeanie.
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Looks terrific Guerry!
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It was. Not counting prep time, the cook took about 2.5~3 hours. I rested under foil to keep the veggies hot. Almost a mistake for the lamb though because it let it climb into medium territory under the foil. But, the taste and texture were still outstanding.

Thanks for the info! I might try it this week as I'm on vacation. I just hope I'll find a leg that's not TOO expensive.
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