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Old 12-13-2011, 06:17 PM   #1
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Default New Masterbuilt 40" electric smoker.....whats your favorite thing to cook

Well, Santa must be planning on being busy on Christmas so he brought my present early! My lovely wife bought me a digital Masterbuilt smoker. I smoked some King a few months ago on an old fashioned smoker and boy was it work! I will be smoking some King this weekend and I thought I would ask if you guys out there have something special you like to smoke or a recipe that is something to write home about...beside the "World Famous Stressless King Mackerel" one! I am seasoning the smoker right now so she'll be ready to go tomorrow!


-Jonathan.

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Old 12-13-2011, 06:49 PM   #2
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Are you interested in fish or other kinds of meat?

I have a million suggestions.



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Old 12-13-2011, 06:51 PM   #3
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Turkey legs!!! The best!!!!
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That is a really nice Smoker, congrats you will make years of memories and good food with it.
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RIBS! or pretty much anything that finds its way to the smoker is pretty good, imo!
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Anything that you have tried or done yourself, any meat, so to speak!
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if you are looking for a good long smoke get a briskett! by far my favorite thing to smoke! that or a nice deer ham!
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if you are looking for a good long smoke get a briskett! by far my favorite thing to smoke! that or a nice deer ham!
I tried smoking a deer ham for Thanksgiving. I brined it for 24 hrs and when it came of the smoker it looked good but was still a little tough. Whats the secret to smoking a deer ham or roast?
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I love my MES digital 30! So far, brats, turkey breasts (boneless and non-boneless), king, sirloin tri-tip, and this weekend..ham roast..

The turkey turned out the best with the king running a close second..
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Old 12-14-2011, 02:56 PM   #10
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what i do with a deer ham is just get some Tony C's cajun butter injection and mix it with pine apple juice and inject the crap out of it! then get a dry rub to put on (what ever you prefer, i kinda just wing it) and put it on the smoker when its about 240 degrees. have a thermometer in it and once it hits 130 at the core of the ham i pull it and wrap in aluminum foil then a towel and place it in a cooler with a towel on the bottom to 'rest' for atleast 30 minutes but you can leave it in there till you are ready to eat.

i use a big green egg and set it up for indirect heat. usually take 3-5 hours to cook depending on the size of the ham. a digital thermometer works the best because i absolutely HATE opening up the egg once the smoke has started.

Also, i use hickory or apple wood chips depending on who i am cooking for. the hicory is very smokey and the apple is a little more mild. soak the chips and put them in aluminum foil with an opening at the top and place on the cooker about 2 and a half hours before you plan to finish the cook!

good luck!

EDIT* Almost forgot! biggest part of a deer ham is the prep! make sure your deer has sat in a cooler full of ice water for 2 days or so. change out the water and ice so it stays fresh. it pulls all the crap poutta the meat. then use a filet knife and cut off all the white skin or what ever.

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