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Unread 03-28-2012, 10:54 PM   #1
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Default First Time Fatty

I've learned much from you brethren, here is my first fatty attempt.

The stuffing.


The weave.


The pork sausage.


Adding the stuffing.


Adding the Italian cheese mix.


Wrapped up.


The second fatty.


Wapped in bacon.


Dual fattys.


The kettle is ready.


Dual fattys on the smoker.


At the half way point.


Done.


Sliced and ready to eat.


Fuel for the cook.


Both cooked to an internal of 165. Both had great taste. The small one was a bit dry. The Italian one was amazing!

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Unread 03-28-2012, 10:59 PM   #2
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Great job! They look delicious!!
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Great smoke ring on them there fatties.

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Nice fatties! I like to skip the bacon on the naked fatty. Just hit it with rub, makes for versatile leftovers, abt's, chili, beans for instance.
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They look great!!
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Looks great!
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They still make Lowenbrau?
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Sweet babys momma what on earth are those!?!? I've got some background reading to do! My cholesterol jumped 40 points just looking at those pics!
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Can't beat dueling fatty's!

Those look delicious!!
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You obviously have great taste in beer also!
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Nice!
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I think I may have to try one of those this weekend. I am assuming that is a little bit of sausage in the pan to help cook the peppers.
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Very nice. The Italian fatty looks fine. I need to season my vertical smoker and I believe the Italian will be on the menu for that burn this weekend. Thanks for the pics.
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Quote:
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I am assuming that is a little bit of sausage in the pan to help cook the peppers.
Yes, it works well.

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Looks great! Bacon and pork is always a good thing.
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