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Belated st paddy's kamado cook

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So one of my brother in law's birthdays is on st. Patrick's day so I always wait to cook mine on a different date, but am sure to pick one up while they are cheap

I soaked it for 4 water changes, then Blotted and hit with a rub of coriander seed, yellow mustard seed, purple crack, cloves and black pepper.  I was going for pastrami-ish.  Got that on and smoked for a total of about 4 hours. 

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I saw someone here (sorry I forgot, was it philpom?) doing a whole cabbage that was cored, seasoned and lots of butter.  I wanted to do that, and I added more butter in the cracks as the cabbage cooked and softened. 

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Then I threw on some diced potatoes which were really just my excuse to play with the sumac I bought.  Fricken delicious by they way. 

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And my belated st paddy's meal! 20190330_181926.thumb.jpg.3d3f2ec8599d9c01ba414a3e212d415c.jpg

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