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Unread 05-02-2013, 07:58 PM   #16
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Fatties are a slice of heaven, If you have FB here is a pictorial on how to make a fattie At least one way to make a Fattie
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It's no secret that I am a fatty purist. When Brother Smokey Pig cooked his first breakfast sausage log and Brother BigDog named it the Fatty it was just sausage, maybe a little rub. Stuffing and enrobing came later. I think every Brother and Sister should make at least one naked fatty in order to experience it the way it was originally.

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http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=140058
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I love to make a Fatty sometime but what can i use as breakfast sausage here in the netherlands?
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It's no secret that I am a fatty purist. When Brother Smokey Pig cooked his first breakfast sausage log and Brother BigDog named it the Fatty it was just sausage, maybe a little rub. Stuffing and enrobing came later. I think every Brother and Sister should make at least one naked fatty in order to experience it the way it was originally.

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Here is a fun filled tutorial

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=140058
After all the experimenting I've done with fatties, my favorite, hands down, has always been the plain Jane nekkid fatty. Really, for smoked breakfast sausage and what you can do with it, it just can't be beat.
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Just about evil genius time. I'm probably going to have a heart attack when I eat it. Wonder what would happen if I put skittles in one

if you make one with skittles Please post a picture...

I love skittles, I had first bag at a Whitesox game that I was able to attend because of 1 year perfect attendance at school back many many years ago now.
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I love to make a Fatty sometime but what can i use as breakfast sausage here in the netherlands?
use ground pork and mix with spices - the store bought Jimmy Deans come in various tastes - they all weigh 1 lbs. (~ 450 grams)

all contain less than 2 % of spices, sugar, MSG and corn syrup
then they have various spices added:
Italian Spices and paprika,
Sage,
Maple syrup,
Hot peppers,
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here a site with the various kinds,
http://jimmydean.com/products/Sausage/Roll-Sausage/
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Nothing wrong with a naked fatty, but if you got the skills, go ahead and roll ya a fatty too. Good both ways...... http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=139502
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don't forget the bacon weave tutorial...

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use ground pork and mix with spices - the store bought Jimmy Deans come in various tastes - they all weigh 1 lbs. (~ 450 grams)

all contain less than 2 % of spices, sugar, MSG and corn syrup
then they have various spices added:
Italian Spices and paprika,
Sage,
Maple syrup,
Hot peppers,
etc.

here a site with the various kinds,
http://jimmydean.com/products/Sausage/Roll-Sausage/
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Here is a link to the first fattys I made:
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=129340

I love fattys!
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