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Recipe for HAM

edited 11:38PM in EggHead Forum
Hi[p]I am a newbie to my Green Egg. This is my first effort at cooking a Ham. I have a 5kg(11lb) ham, charcoal and some oak chips. Where do I go from here?[p]Thanks in advance[p]Dee


  • badbrucebadbruce Posts: 353
    Morning deebeemac,
    A good place to start is recipes & new recipes links.
    Also the archives has a lot of info.
    Cheers & welcome.

  • BajaTomBajaTom Posts: 1,269
    You should be using Hardwood lump instead of charcoal. Is it a fresh ham or one that is already smoked? Dr Chickens double baked ham is a popular method to cook a ham. Someone can post the recipe if you ask for it on this forum. I don't know how to link a recipe to this forum. Try one of the sites like Dizzy Pig, NakedWhiz, Thirdeye, Or MadMax for additional advice. The recipes at the top of the page is a good place to start as well. Good luck, Tom

  • BajaTom,[p] Yes I am using hardwood lump. Ham is fresh (green). Thanks for feedback[p]dbm

  • BryanBryan Posts: 53
    deebeemac,[p]Since it's a fresh Ham, I'd do a Coca-Cola Ham. I haven't done one on the egg yet but I can tell you it will be "awesome", Some of the best pulled pork you can have.
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