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Unread 12-25-2012, 07:41 PM   #1
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I finally made some ABT's. Man, are these babies amazing?!?! Made some stuffed with Italian sausage and cream cheese yesterday and today we replaced the Italian sausage with chorizo. I even added some smoked cheddar and gouda too. Can't wait to make more next weekend. Adding SM Spicy Apple sent them over the top!!







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Good for you Chris! Bet that chorizo rocked.

I'll be making some for next weekend myself. I stuff them with chopped string cheese and chopped dried cherries.
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Not sure what an ABT is but they sure look good.
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you'll find out soon, my friend, and you'll be glad you did. welcome to the forum!!!!!!
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Good for you Chris! Bet that chorizo rocked.

I'll be making some for next weekend myself. I stuff them with chopped string cheese and chopped dried cherries.
string cheese sounds good too!! the best part about these babies is that you can make them a million different ways.......and never get tired of them!!! next time i may try putting lil' smokies in them, or chicken.......or shrimp or............you get the point!!!!!!!!
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string cheese sounds good too!! the best part about these babies is that you can make them a million different ways.......and never get tired of them!!! next time i may try putting lil' smokies in them, or chicken.......or shrimp or............you get the point!!!!!!!!
There are limitless possibilities and absolutely fantastic!!!
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I never make these as often as I should. They're delicious, and yours look fantastic.

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Nice looking turds! They can definitely become an addiction.
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thanks everyone. yesterday i did them at about 250-275 for about 1.5 hours. today i did them(at a friends house) for about an hour and a half on my 22.5 OTG with an indirect setup. i'm guessing the temp was around 250-325 without using a thermometer. personally i think ABT's can be cooked direct/indirect at lots of different temps and be great as long as you pay attention.

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