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Old 07-04-2010, 12:20 AM   #1
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i was in costco and bought rack of pork (I had rack of lamb in my hand). The label suggests cooking like i would a rack of lamb. Sear it w/ rosemary and thyme then indirect heat to temp. Anyone have a better suggestion on how to cook it? I want to smoke it. I would not smoke lamp but will pork.
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Old 07-04-2010, 02:12 AM   #2
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You can smoke Lamb... in fact you should smoke lamb... even if it is a little rack. Agreed, lamb is great grilled, but it can be AWESOME smoked. Search some threads here and see what you think!

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Old 07-04-2010, 08:25 AM   #3
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That sounds like a good plan. I like rosemary on pork. Of course, since it's pork you'll have to cook it to a higher internal temp than lamb. I would take it to 145 internal and then let it rest for a bit before slicing.
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All good advise. You should smoke lamb. Can't imagine why you said you would never?

As for the pork, I love low and slo like a prime rib. I just use S & P and make slits and put small pieces of garlic in it. 145 sounds perfect to me.

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Yes...I've "smoked" one of these from Costco...actually indirectly grilled on an 18.5" Weber with charcoal. I used Bad Byron's Butt Rubb, which is my favorite on just about everything from chicken to burgers to steak...and of course, pork. Cooking temps/rest was done just as Ron says above. IT TURNED OUT FABULOUS...had my brother in town and he thought I was a genius. Sadly, I can't find these pork ribs on a regular basis at Costco. Q on without fear, brother!
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Old 07-04-2010, 04:40 PM   #6
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I love my lamb cooked to sear the outside and med-rear. I could smoke it but I like the way i do lamb so no reason to change. I think i will smoke the rack of pork. I sure was surprised when I got home.
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