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Old 04-07-2008, 09:10 PM   #1
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ham steaks

It was dark outside when I did this cook; so, I couldn't get any natural light pictures, and the lighting in my kitchen is bad.

I started with a Cumberland Gap mini ham. It weighted in at 1.65 pounds and cost $5.92.



I sliced it into half inch or so steaks and direct grilled them on the Weber Q120:



The finished product:



I used some Blues Hog sauce and cracked open my bottle of Head County sauce. I found that the Blues Hog wasn't as hot as I thought it was with the pork steak from the previous cook. Most of the heat was coming from the rub. The Head Country sauce was pretty good. I think it would be better with pulled pork than it was with the ham though.

As for the ham, I liked it done this way. In the future, I want to grill it like this and then use it in a sandwich.
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Old 04-08-2008, 01:13 AM   #2
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Good looking ham there, I was curious the other day when you wrote that the Blues Hog was spicy/hot...I've heard Blues Hog Original called a lot of things but spicy/hot ain't one of them.
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A couple of eggs over easy with home fries would go real good with one of those right now.
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Good looking ham there, I was curious the other day when you wrote that the Blues Hog was spicy/hot...I've heard Blues Hog Original called a lot of things but spicy/hot ain't one of them.



I was a bit shocked at the difference when I tried it last night on the ham.
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