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Old 12-06-2008, 02:09 PM   #1
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Cooking hams in an Alberta Clipper

Well, the WSM ain't done come so, I took my whole ham, cut in halves, and scored it and rubbed it generously with Texas BBQ Rub (alot of suger) and have it sitting. Bought a bag of Humphrey's and one of Redneck lump, and am fixing to smoke them with some apple on the Weber Kettle. I jambed my new Ashcroft (meant for the WSM) in the vent with some foil. Plan to smoke them 2 hours and finish in the oven with a soy, BBQ sauce(mine) and Texas Pepper Jelly Pineapple Habanero jelly.
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Too..........coooold.............hands...........w on't............function......
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Ya done told me your hands work fine when your slamming your ham.
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Re: Cooking hams in an Alberta Clipper

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Well, the WSM ain't done come so, I took my whole ham, cut in halves, and scored it and rubbed it generously with Texas BBQ Rub (alot of suger) and have it sitting. Bought a bag of Humphrey's and one of Redneck lump, and am fixing to smoke them with some apple on the Weber Kettle. I jambed my new Ashcroft (meant for the WSM) in the vent with some foil. Plan to smoke them 2 hours and finish in the oven with a soy, BBQ sauce(mine) and Texas Pepper Jelly Pineapple Habanero jelly.


May your WSM arrive late, out of round and chipped...
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Old 12-07-2008, 12:41 AM   #8
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Well best be glad you aint from Texas. It illegal to cook hams on a kettle here I think.

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Well, the WSM ain't done come so, I took my whole ham, cut in halves, and scored it and rubbed it generously with Texas BBQ Rub (alot of suger) and have it sitting. Bought a bag of Humphrey's and one of Redneck lump, and am fixing to smoke them with some apple on the Weber Kettle. I jambed my new Ashcroft (meant for the WSM) in the vent with some foil. Plan to smoke them 2 hours and finish in the oven with a soy, BBQ sauce(mine) and Texas Pepper Jelly Pineapple Habanero jelly.


May your WSM arrive late, out of round and chipped...
You might note that I promoted both your rub and TBBQ on the TVWBB this week! I love your rub Larry. In fact I prefer it on ribs!
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Well, the WSM ain't done come so, I took my whole ham, cut in halves, and scored it and rubbed it generously with Texas BBQ Rub (alot of suger) and have it sitting. Bought a bag of Humphrey's and one of Redneck lump, and am fixing to smoke them with some apple on the Weber Kettle. I jambed my new Ashcroft (meant for the WSM) in the vent with some foil. Plan to smoke them 2 hours and finish in the oven with a soy, BBQ sauce(mine) and Texas Pepper Jelly Pineapple Habanero jelly.


May your WSM arrive late, out of round and chipped...
You might note that I promoted both your rub and TBBQ on the TVWBB this week! I love your rub Larry. In fact I prefer it on ribs!
YOU must be the reason TVWBB has been down all weekend! I knew it!

I am pulling your chain you non-WSM bastard! (How could you use/like my rub, you haven't ordered any in 3 years.....BEFORE I EVEN BOTTLED IT)
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