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Unread 10-26-2012, 01:28 PM   #1
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Hello All,
I have been voluntold to assist with a fundraiser for my son's baseball team. They will be selling ham's for a fundraiser around the christmas time frame.

I have smoked for masses during local BBQ Events (boston butts, ribs, chicken), I have not ever smoked hams, and I am looking for advice. I recently purchased a used FEC500, and obviously plan to use that to do the hams.

If someone could offer me the advice on process, times, etc. I would be very grateful.

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I will yield to others on the smoked ham thing.
Might try the search at the bottom of the page till they get with you!

I did want to say CONGRATS on the FEC500!
I have seen those and the are a dream machine!

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I will yield to others on the smoked ham thing.
Might try the search at the bottom of the page till they get with you!

I did want to say CONGRATS on the FEC500!
I have seen those and the are a dream machine!

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Thanks, I'm super excited to have it, it's nice to not have to fight coals, and still get a good smokey flavor.
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Thanks, I'm super excited to have it, it's nice to not have to fight coals, and still get a good smokey flavor.
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Are you smoking fresh hams? or smoking already smoked/cured hams? Use the search for "twice smoked ham" if you are doing the later. There are some great threads.
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Are you smoking fresh hams? or smoking already smoked/cured hams? Use the search for "twice smoked ham" if you are doing the later. There are some great threads.
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Thanks realspaazz

Bbq bubba.....no, it's real smoke, from real wood.........it's not a fog machine
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That is how I do hams. Always get rave reviews
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Thanks! Wow, that looks good, and I'm hungry right now too!
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