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Unread 01-31-2010, 10:43 AM   #1
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Arrow Any Fatty Ideas?

I want to do a simple fatty today with the chicken I already have planned.
Any suggestions?
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Roll sausage in to a log and smoke it. Simple but very tasty.
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Roll sausage in to a log and smoke it. Simple but very tasty.
That would be a simple one. I'm thinking maybe a pizza fatty...

Ground pork seasoned with Italian seasonings then stuffed with...
Pepperoni
Onions
Mushrooms
String Cheese Sticks (Mozzarella) left whole

Maybe some pizza sauce, but I don't think it will need it.
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Could try:

Italian Sausage
Stuffed with, oinions, pepperoni, fresh mozzarella, or shredded mozz, green peppers, black olives.Then wrapped in a double layer of prosciutto ham made into a weave. Not sure ho to weave the ham but it should be doable.

Or in layers
bacon weave
sausage
prosuitto
onions, pepperoni, cheese, olives.........etc.

Let us know how your turns out.
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Could try:

Italian Sausage
Stuffed with, oinions, pepperoni, fresh mozzarella, or shredded mozz, green peppers, black olives.Then wrapped in a double layer of prosciutto ham made into a weave. Not sure ho to weave the ham but it should be doable.

Or in layers
bacon weave
sausage
prosuitto
onions, pepperoni, cheese, olives.........etc.

Let us know how your turns out.
I do have some prosciutto in the fridge now. That sounds like a good idea, thanks Bluesman!
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It doesn't get much simpler than unwrap, cook, eat and then wish you had made more!

But, if you really have to complicate thing, try the world famous Fatty Ronello!

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...97&postcount=1

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It's a little late in the season for this but haw about a Fattyman? A snowman of say spicy Breakfast sausage, Italian, and Chorizo?

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I'm so confused -- I thought you said "simple".
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I'm so confused -- I thought you said "simple".

Isn't it "simple" after your're done
"How did you make that?" Answer: "It was simple............"
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Make a fatty from three different sausages one rolled inside the other, or perhaps so they look like a pie chart when cut.
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