2nd day using the mes30 with Qview

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by trucking13, Apr 5, 2015.

  1. trucking13

    trucking13 Fire Starter

    for easter dinner we smoked a ham, turkey breast, mac/cheese. we seasoned the turkey breast last night with olive oil, and our homemade rub wrapped with plastic and put to bed for night, ham was injected with a mixture of rum,brown sugar, butter, then cut about 1/4" around outside and basted with rum mixture and then rub and wrapped and put to bed.

    started smoker about 1:30 at 235 put ham and turkey in, pan above ham is fat that was trimmed off ham, pan has holes in bottom so fat can baste ham.

    this is the end result, ham at 145F:

    turkey at 165F:

    mac/cheese after 45mins:

    oh yea thats a soda cake in the back(not smoked)

    fat left over after smoke:

    tender tasty dinner courtesy of the new mes30(lovin it)
    Last edited: Apr 5, 2015
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  2. trucking13

    trucking13 Fire Starter

    wow, no comments in 3 days. did i do something wrong? if i did sorry!
  3. seenred

    seenred Smoking Guru Group Lead OTBS Member

    Hi trucking...all that qview looks delicious! Very nicely done! You didn't do anything wrong...occasionally, during high traffic times on the forums, a new thread will get buried before it is seen be many members. No worries, lets bump it up so it can be admired properly by the masses! Thumbs Up

  4. trucking13

    trucking13 Fire Starter

    ok thanks, just wanted to make sure.
  5. bmaddox

    bmaddox Master of the Pit

    Red is right, I am on here all the time and I missed it. Anyways, everything looks great. The MES30 is a workhorse and it looks like you have the hang of it.
  6. tropics

    tropics Smoking Guru SMF Premier Member ★ Lifetime Premier ★

    trucking I see why I missed this one, Sunday I was repairing my heating system. Nice looking meal

  7. trucking13

    trucking13 Fire Starter

    thank you all, gonna do a chuck roast and some baby backs this weekend.[​IMG]

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