Rack of lamb...

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  1. Irreverent

    Irreverent Silver Supporting Member

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    smoked to perfection on peach wood...

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    Mmmmmmmmmm!
     
  2. 65DuoSonic

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    Looks great, sir. Enjoy.
     
  3. Macleod

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    Poor baby lamb.



    Looks tasty! :drool
     
  4. Peteyvee

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    Damn, I thought you were looking for advice on how to cook it. Never mind... :aok
     
  5. Irreverent

    Irreverent Silver Supporting Member

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    This thread is fun already! I'm always honored when PeteyVee posts in one of my threads.

    Peace.
     
  6. Dave Orban

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    Recipe, or it didn't happen... ;)
     
  7. Hanglow

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    I was going to suggested herb crusted, but that looks great
     
  8. Irreverent

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    Frenched rack of lamb, rubbed with granulated garlic, sea salt, dried rosemary, and a very light dusting of finely ground black pepper. Fire prepped while the rack rested at room temperature for an hour and, while the cook prepared and consumed a fine Manhattan. Rack of lamb smoked on peach wood at 210F for 80 minutes to 135F internal.

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    Consumed with a 2010 Havens Rutherford Cab.

    Peace.
     
  9. grill

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    oh yeah!

    nice!
     
  10. TeleBlack

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    That's some tasty looking dead critter. I approve of this thread.
     
  11. neoprimitive

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    man that look so delicious. nothing better than a good dead animal smoked over peachwood. do you deliver? i could eat two of those rascks right now. sure looks better than the leftover Chinese food I'm eating for dinner..
     
  12. Irreverent

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    Yes, I do deliver. My best friend lives in San Diego , so you can save the mandatory lodging fees, but two racks of lamb, smoked on your choice of wood, delivered anywhere in San Diego county, CA would be about $27,689.65.

    Peace.
     
  13. neoprimitive

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    $27,689.65 is a little steep. I've only got $23,437,23 on me. will that do? lol. I'll bet that tastes like a $27,000 rack, it sure looks it.
     
  14. Peteyvee

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    That's the ticket...maybe serve it with roasted garlic potatoes and a nice foo-foo salad...
     
  15. Irreverent

    Irreverent Silver Supporting Member

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    Well, I was so tired last night, it was simply served with a little Asiago cheese and the above-referenced red wine.

    I also smoked some ground venison at the same time to put in a batch of chili today. Mmmmm!

    Peace.
     
  16. jhc

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    Looks great - well done! (actually, rare!)
     
  17. Dave Orban

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    thx!
     
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    Looks great! Okay, need to fire up my smoker today now...
     
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    That is beautiful looking. Smoked venison chili too? I'm jealous.
     
  20. Drew68

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    Looks wonderful!

    Lamb is my favorite meat. Unfortunately, here in Florida it is pricy. In the Middle East, I ate lamb all the time. Grilled lamb chops, french fries, naan bread and hummus was an inexpensive meal that you could find in every hotel and sports bar. I never got tired of it.
     

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