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Unread 05-27-2009, 06:36 AM   #1
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Default Deer hind quarter on UDS?

Anybody here ever smoke a whole hind quarter on your UDS? If so what was your results? Any tips or pics would be nice!
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I did it a few weeks ago. I placed it on the bottom rack, wrapped in bacon, and let the pork butt on the top drip down on it. I did put a baffle between the bottom rack and the fire basket so it would not dry out with the direct heat. Turned out really well. I took it right on up to 195-200 degrees so it would shred easlily. It takes a little more time to cook with the heat baffle, but it does not scorch or dry out.
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Ok, that sounds great. Talking about the heat baffle and worrying about drying out, I wonder what a nice size water pan hanging under the quarter with some apple cider vinegar mix would work?
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Use a larding needle (google it) to keep it from drying out.
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Bacon wrapped sounds good with pork over the top. Venison is very lean and needs some sort of fat added (Larding) I have used different methods and tried injections. I used Tony Chachere's "Creole Style Butter Injection" on venison with pretty good luck. Once we poked holes in the hindquarter and shoved small pieces of salt pork into the slits-----the meat came out very moist--but was way too salty.
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I like to marinade them overnight if possible, last time I used some Dale's marinade. Then I make slits and insert slices of garlic. Wrapping in bacon is good too.
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Man you folks are killing me. All I have left is some chopped meat. Have to wait for September to get here to try this.
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