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1 hour ago, CentralTexBBQ said:

Great job! Looks delicious

What exactly is the contraption under the lamb?

Good question, that looks interesting and useful. 

That looks really good! 

I realize this isn't the recipe section, but please fill in some blanks. 

Target dome temp? 

Lamb prep? 

I roasted my first lamb ever last week for a friend who is shut in and had to clean out his freezer. Because of my circumstances I sort of marinaded it in fresh squeezed lemon juice and seasoned it with salt and pepper and a pinch of oregano. 

It came out pretty good, hence the questions. 

Thanks! 

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9 hours ago, lnarngr said:

Good question, that looks interesting and useful. 

That looks really good! 

I realize this isn't the recipe section, but please fill in some blanks. 

Target dome temp? 

Lamb prep? 

I roasted my first lamb ever last week for a friend who is shut in and had to clean out his freezer. Because of my circumstances I sort of marinaded it in fresh squeezed lemon juice and seasoned it with salt and pepper and a pinch of oregano. 

It came out pretty good, hence the questions. 

Thanks! 

OXO silicone roasting racks. They work great for keeping your meat elevated over dirty grates. 
 

Temp: 250

Smoke: light cherry

Prep: dry brine 48 hr (covered with plastic wrap)

 

Mix rosemary, oregano, thyme, basil, cracked black pepper and Aleppo pepper (light touch on the Aleppo) with EVO2. Generously coat at let set a bit. 
 

Spritz with mix of cider vinegar, dry white wine, brown sugar, and coconut aminos. 
 

Wrap around 165.  Pull at 203-205. Rest. Pull. Eat. Made wraps with GF naan. 

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On 2/15/2021 at 6:40 PM, PinotChio said:

OXO silicone roasting racks. They work great for keeping your meat elevated over dirty grates

 

Thanks

 

On 2/15/2021 at 6:40 PM, PinotChio said:

Mix rosemary, oregano, thyme, basil, cracked black pepper... ... with EVO2. Generously coat at let set a bit. 

 

We call these the usual suspects. Was lack of mentioning sea salt (salt) an oversight or on purpose?

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