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Old 08-10-2014, 02:05 PM   #1
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Lightbulb The abt fatty

Abts are good. Fattys are good. Reasoning would be that an abt fatty would be awesome.



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I only had poor excuse for thick cut bacon, I prefer to weave with regular cut bacon.

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Old 08-10-2014, 02:07 PM   #2
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Looks tasty!!
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Looks good to me! How did it taste? Is this the first ABT fatty?
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Old 08-10-2014, 02:25 PM   #4
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Looks good to me! How did it taste? Is this the first ABT fatty?
It tasted good but fell apart some in slicing.

It's the first one I've ever seen.

Should I run out and get a trademark?
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Old 08-10-2014, 03:22 PM   #5
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My very first fattie, which came all apart for severe lack of wrapping skills, contained pre-done Hatch chile 'Turds.....but I ain't gonna arm wrestle ya for the patent......your method looks WAY better !!!!
And way the heck yummy, too!!!!!



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It tasted good but fell apart some in slicing.
From my own experience, it seems the more complex a fatty gets, the more it wants to fall apart when you slice it.

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To no one in particular: why anyone would call something they eat a "turd" is WAY beyond me.

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Looks good!
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From my own experience, it seems the more complex a fatty gets, the more it wants to fall apart when you slice it.

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What is a "fatty"...? Only fattys I know are either fat dudes or green stuff that gets rolled and smoked but not on a bbq...
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.you don't know yet your handle is fatty. Are you pulling my sausage log?
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To no one in particular: why anyone would call something they eat a "turd" is WAY beyond me.

Just sayin'.
Not exactly the same thing but, I used to ask that question all the time to a dog I used to have.
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It's a great idea, perhaps a relleno fattie
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My handle is fatty cause I am fat...if you are fat in my circle of freinds you get called fatty all the time...so what is a fatty?
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