Muppets Characuterie Adventure Ham & Bacon

Charcuterie and Deli Arts
Gumb

Re: Muppets Characuterie Adventure Ham & Bacon

Post by Gumb » Thu May 21, 2015 9:26 pm

urbangriller wrote:They are the perfect height to sit with the lid handle just resting on the smokai lid. :D
Almost. I shaved a bit off the Smokai lid to get it to fit neatly. Otherwise the kamado lid was slightly open. I also use a cut up wire coat hanger to make a holder which clips on to the top of the Smokai barrel and over to the kamado side table to stop it tipping sideways.


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Re: Muppets Characuterie Adventure Ham & Bacon

Post by Muppet » Thu May 21, 2015 11:47 pm

Well I might have got a little carried away this week but this should tide the family over, the ham has come out great with the mesquite, Apple, oak blend smoke. The pastrami I havnt tried warm but it seems alright, and the hickory bacon... Wow

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3kg Pastrami, 3kg Ham and 2ish of Bacon :D
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Re: Muppets Characuterie Adventure Ham & Bacon

Post by urbangriller » Fri May 22, 2015 10:27 am

Good Work!!

That'd look good in my kitchen! :D
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Re: Muppets Characuterie Adventure Ham & Bacon

Post by Grillnoob » Wed Jun 03, 2015 11:45 pm

Looks fantastic Muppet

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Re: Muppets Characuterie Adventure Ham & Bacon

Post by gnol » Thu Jun 04, 2015 6:47 pm

When is the next big breakfast cookup? :D


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