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Unread 07-17-2009, 09:18 PM   #1
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Default MY First Fatty - Used the Piston on the UDS w/ PRON

Didn't feel like I was in the club until I got the fatty done, so had to try it.
I started with a 16 oz Jimmy Dean log and went searching in the fridge.

Some Brie, shredded Italian mix, and my filling.





Filling was some onions, green pepper, garlic and some cut-up kabanos - smoked Polish sausage sticks. Short saute in EVOO.





All this got stuffed into my fatty piston - 9" by 1 1/2" PVC Pipe.




Rolled out the sausage on some clear wrap. Some Pam on the rolled kept it from sticking.




Pushed out the filling onto the sausage.






The clear wrap made it very easy to pick up and roll the sausage around the filling.




This one got some Smokin' Guns KC Rib Rub. Turned out to be too salty combined with the salty sausage. I'll pick a sweet/hot with less salt one for next time.





Onto the UDS. Got cherry and hickory chuncks with some Royal Oak. 250° - 275°




After about 3 hours




Ready to slice after a rest







Odd thing was that I didn't like my first bite, as I didn't know what to expect. What I realized was that I didn't like the saltiness of the end piece, the rub was just too salty.

What was underneath was this layering of flavors like nothing I tried before. It was addictive. The sensation on my buds just wanted me to grab another slice. It was hard to save enough to take to work the next day to have the other two carpenters I work with to try some...
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Unread 07-17-2009, 09:23 PM   #2
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Oop, did my hotlinks die? I saw them in the preview, now I have the red x's...

Are we blocked from hosting on fotki.com?
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Unread 07-17-2009, 10:08 PM   #3
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Pics or it didn't happen! LOL
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Unread 07-18-2009, 03:03 PM   #4
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Default Repost with pics again...

Didn't feel like I was in the club until I got the fatty done, so had to try it.
I started with a 16 oz Jimmy Dean log and went searching in the fridge.

Some Brie, shredded Italian mix, and my filling.





Filling was some onions, green pepper, garlic and some cut-up kabanos - Polish sausage sticks. Short saute in EVOO.





All this got stuffed into my fatty piston - 9" by 1 1/2" PVC Pipe.




Rolled out the sausage on some clear wrap. Some Pam on the rolled kept it from sticking.




Pushed out the filling onto the sausage.






The clear wrap made it very easy to pick up and roll the sausage around the filling.




This one got some Smokin' Guns KC Rib Rub. Turned out to be too salty combined with the salty sausage. I'll pick a sweet/hot with less salt one for next time.





Onto the UDS. Got cherry and hickory chuncks with some Royal Oak. 250° - 275°




After about 3 hours




Ready to slice after a rest







Odd thing was that I didn't like my first bite, as I didn't know what to expect. What I realized was that I didn't like the saltiness of the end piece, the rub was just too salty.

What was underneath was this layering of flavors like nothing I tried before. It was addictive. The sensation on my buds just wanted me to grab another slice. It was hard to save enough to take to work the next day to have the other two carpenters I work with to try some...
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Unread 07-18-2009, 03:16 PM   #5
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Man that sure looks good!
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Unread 07-18-2009, 03:25 PM   #6
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Very nice!
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Unread 07-18-2009, 03:41 PM   #7
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Looks wonderful. What a great tutorial - good pics and explanation with all the detail - really helpful - thanks for sharing.

Two questions - did you refrigerate/freeze the PVC contents and what did you use for a plunger? Looks like it worked perfectly.
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Unread 07-18-2009, 03:46 PM   #8
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Nice looking fatty - now you know your in the club! And, good "play-by-play" pron!
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Unread 07-18-2009, 04:02 PM   #9
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im def. going to try this
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great job on the fattie and stuffing. wise old saying is you never make just 1 fattie. smoke on Bro.
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Looks fantastic, I'm going to try this too with the piston. Did you Pam the inside of the piston?
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Unread 07-18-2009, 07:58 PM   #12
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did you refrigerate/freeze the PVC contents
After I stuffed the piston, in the freezer for 15-20 min just to firm it up.

After I rolled it up and sealed up the ends well, again back in the freezer for about 20 minutes.

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...what did you use for a plunger? Looks like it worked perfectly.
I cut a piece of the pvc pipe thin - 1/4" on the miter saw. I used that to trace out the inside diameter on a piece of 3/8" thick acrylic (plexiglass) that I had laying around. Cut close to the line, then used a bench grinder to sand right up to the line.

I didn't have a pusher rod yet, (just used a long wooden spoon.) I'm looking for clear acrylic rod, but didn't find any locally yet, so will probably order it online.
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Did you Pam the inside of the piston?
I did, but that stuffing was greasy - sausage, oil and cheese - that it probably didn't need it.
I believe in balancing fats though - I had pork and dairy fat, so I added the vegetable fat. I didn't have beef fat, so it wasn't a fully balanced diet...
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I did, but that stuffing was greasy - sausage, oil and cheese - that it probably didn't need it.
I believe in balancing fats though - I had pork and dairy fat, so I added the vegetable fat. I didn't have beef fat, so it wasn't a fully balanced diet...

A great system, thanks for sharing!
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I believe in balancing fats though - I had pork and dairy fat, so I added the vegetable fat. I didn't have beef fat, so it wasn't a fully balanced diet...
I like the way you think. Great looking fatty BTW!
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