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    A Lotta Lamb

    I just can’t get enough lamb. I tried Hardcore Carnivore Camo for the first time and it was actually really good.
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    #2
    That's lamb-tastic !!!!

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      #3
      Did you notice the onions that were mixed in with ur charcoal when you were loadin’ it up ??!!!
      LOL,,,Juz kiddin’
      Looks great !

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      • MTurney
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        haha thanks. that smell drives the neighbors crazy!!

      • Ahumadora
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        I Do that trick with the onions on the parrilla also.

      #4
      Nice! I love me some lamb, as well!

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        #5
        Big lamb fan here too. Wish I was there to share some.

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          #6
          Nice!!

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            #7
            Sooo you are now on the lamb?

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              #8
              Love lamb also. Stock up when on sale so we have it any time we want it.

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                #9
                Mary had ...... a lot of lamb.
                Good looking cook. I use onions to wipe down my grates before a cook and the used pieces get tossed on the coals. Love that smell.

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                  #10
                  Ah the foiled brick. One of my most used pieces of grilling equipment. I also have a PK360. What I do for indirect on the PK is I lean a charcoal separator against the foiled brick and basically fence in my coals. It gives me more cooking surface and keeps the coals tight which is good for longer cooks.....FWIW.

                  I cooked up one of those lamb racks last week on the PK. Delicious. Is that a mustard/herb glaze on your rack?

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                  • MTurney
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                    Great idea! I love my 360 but not a whole lot of surface area. Out of curiosity which charcoal separator do you use?

                  • MTurney
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                    Sorry missed the mustard glaze question. No it’s an herb paste that I stole from malcom reed on killerhogs.com. Highly recommend!

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                  These are the coal separators I use. Bought for my weber, but work for my PK. Their short enough to clear the cooking grate.

                  https://www.amazon.com/Weber-7402-Ch...1202468&sr=8-6

                  Yeah, not a lot of surface area, but I have other equipment for that. I use my PK primarily for grilling and occasionally smoking a chuck or small butt. I probably use my PK 85% of the time.
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