Smoked Ham


I know a lot of you like a good smoked ham for Christmas or Easter, so I'm going to tell you how to smoke hams on your BBQ smoker. The thing with smoked hams is, they are already cured and/or smoked before you buy them. A ham is the entire back leg of the hog. There is also something called a picnic ham which is the uvirginia smoked hampper portion of the front leg which is just below the Boston butt. If you are cooking a butt or fresh picnic ham or even a fresh ham, just slow smoke it according to the directions in the book "Competition BBQ Secrets".

Since hams are already cooked and/or cured by definition, all you really need to do is reheat them.

There are basically 5 different types of hams:

To prepare a Virginia smoked ham or dry cured ham, do the following..

1) Wash the smoked ham with a brush to remove as much of the salt as possible.
2) In a large container, cover the ham with cold water and let it stand for 12 hours. Preferably do this in the refrigerator.


Reheating on your BBQ smoker directions:

If you don't already have a Dual Probe Maverick thermometer, you can get one before the Holidays if you order now. We hmaverick thermometerave limited quantities, so it's first come first served. One probe is for your cooking chamber temperature and the other is for your internal meat temperature. And it's a wireless remote thermometer too. So you can sit inside in your recliner and watch football while keeping an eye on your smoker at the same time. This is a "must have" item for any half way serious barbecue enthusiast.

And don't forget about the Maverick LED BBQ light. This battery operated clip on LEd light will last maverick bbq light4-6 hours continuous or all summer long with intermittent operation.

 

Both these items make great Gifts!

Order NOW so you can receive your package before the Holidays!

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