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Lamb Shoulder Tacos & Pork Shanks

I love smoking! There’s something about the smell of smoke in the air that makes me hungry and that didn’t happen before my passion for outdoor cooking to hold. On this day I’m smoking lamb shoulder and pork shanks. I’ve smoked lamb shoulder a few times and it’s always fantastic. This time I decided to pull the lamb shoulder for tacos which is slightly more unusual for me. Even more unusual are the pork shanks. Never cooked them. Never eaten them. Decided to cook them similarly to the lamb and see what happens.

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Rotisserie Pork Loin Crackling Joint

This is something I have wanted to try for quite some time. I have only used the rotisserie on a couple of occasions. The rotisserie beef worked brilliantly. I struggled a little more with the chicken but I just knew that it would be perfect for a nice joint of pork.

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Lamb Rump on the Thuros T1

This post has ended up being a demonstration of how to make the most of a bad situation.  I had some fantastic lamb rump in a Mediterranean marinade from Chris Hayman Butchers ready to cook on the barbecue.  For some reason I had decided that I would cook this on the Thuros T1.  Soon after starting I realised that this wasn’t going to plan.

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Smoked Brisket

Yes!  I have finally had the opportunity to try tackle the ultimate BBQ meat.  The brisket!  I’ve always wanted to try this but being more expensive that your average roast, I’ve never really been able to justify it.  Thankfully, I didn’t have to this time.  Thanks to the extraordinarily generous competition held by James Lowe at JL Butchers for #UKBBQWEEK – I won this fantastic Aussie brisket.  Absolutely free of charge!  I couldn’t wait to get this on the UDS and create smoked meat perfection. Continue reading Smoked Brisket