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Old 08-14-2019, 07:52 AM   #1
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Default Lamb neck

Was discussing this in another thread...I get local lamb neck, and I think along with lamb ribs/belly are the best cuts of lamb to smoke.

This one was coated in pastrami spices and smoked over cherry. I had lamb stock in the freezer so I stuck that frozen brick in a pan under the neck. Ended up straining seasoning and reducing into a nice jus. Homemade brioche buns while the lamb cooked.

Final result... smoked lamb dip!


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Old 08-14-2019, 08:10 AM   #2
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I would love one of those
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Looks DELICIOUS!
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I really like the sound of letting the drippings collect in the broth. I bet that was an amazing sandwich!
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I really like the sound of letting the drippings collect in the broth. I bet that was an amazing sandwich!
Thank you it sure was! I'm going to be doing the same thing with beef in the near future.
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Yes please Dave!
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Looks delicious David!
Neck meat is one of my favorites too. So tender and flavorful!
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That looks amazing.
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Looks great!

I've braised, but never smoked lamb necks. I'll have to give it a shot.
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Whoa! Lamb pastrami sammich with au jus!?

Sign me up and wrap up one to go!

You've got some nice buns!
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Oh man does that look amazing.
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Looking good, sir. I have a big cook this weekend. Im going to do gyros with the necks I have, snacks for the pregame if you will... any approximate cook times? Obviously I’ll cook it until it pulls.
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Looking good, sir. I have a big cook this weekend. Im going to do gyros with the necks I have, snacks for the pregame if you will... any approximate cook times? Obviously I’ll cook it until it pulls.
Thanks! I would say it took about 7hrs, wrapped the last 2 or so
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