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    Posted: 18 January 2014 at 07:51
for supper we have lamb shank.
i made lamb shank in my GMG(a smoker green mountain grill )
put the shank in a mix of spices for 48 hours .
and smoked them for 5 hours .



















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That looks excellent Ahron! Nicely done!
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Thanks Mark.
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    Looks real real good!

  I wish my wife liked lamb more, we only have it once in a great while.
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Originally posted by gonefishin gonefishin wrote:

    Looks real real good!

  I wish my wife liked lamb more, we only have it once in a great while.

I'm in the same boat....just about the only way my wife likes it is when I make Capetown lamb. So I only get to have it once or twice a year.

Yours is absolutely gorgeous Ahron.....you're breaking in that new pellet pooper right!Thumbs Up
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I love it, Ahron - that lamb and those vegetables look like a perfect meal to me, especially here in the frozen north right now!

Beautiful colours and succulent-looking lamb - I'm glad to see that you are putting your smoker to work - I can't wait to see more! Clap
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Ahron. Wonderfully executed.
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