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Old 11-10-2013, 10:43 PM   #1
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Default Au gratin potatoes with ham

One of the meals that my wife makes is au gratin potatoes with ham. Her au gratin potatoes come from a box and the ham comes from a package . I was surfing the webs and found a way to make ham from country style ribs. I thought that I could do that and improve upon my wife's recipe.

On Friday evening, I rubbed some country style ribs with Morton's tender quick. This evening, I took them out of the fridge.


I rubbed some of them with Bone Sucking Sauce and the others with McCormick's applewood rub. Put them in the smoker at about 260*.


Cooked them to an internal temperature 150* and gave them a well deserved rest.



The color looked good to me and it had a great smoked ham flavor. Based on the feedback on the rest of the family, the recipe was successful.


Now... for part two; the au gratin potatoes.

I diced some onions, sliced some potatoes, and chopped some of the ham.


While I started the cheese sauce, my daughter put the potatoes, onions, and ham in a dutch oven.




Once the cheese sauce was nice and smooth, it was poured over the potatoes, onions, and ham.



After about an hour and a half in the oven...


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Old 11-10-2013, 10:45 PM   #2
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Those look damn tasty!
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Old 11-10-2013, 10:52 PM   #3
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That looks delicious, I do something very similar.
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Old 11-10-2013, 11:06 PM   #4
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Oh my....Outstanding looking meal!
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Kick butt recipe mate, looks great, we also do something like that.
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Very nice!
Potatoes au gratin is one of my standard sides...easy to make and most of the time you got all the ingredients in house.
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Dang that looks really good.

I need to start cooking 2 dinners a night just to try all these recipes out
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Fantastic look grub! Great idea with the country ribs too!
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Those look damn tasty!
What peeps said!!!
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Very nice dish!
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Great looking meal. I will have to try ham out of country style ribs.
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That looks perfect!
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I tried improving one of my wifes recipes once, once!!
Fantastic looking cook.

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Yeah buddy. Now that's how you do it.
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