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Unread 07-25-2004, 10:47 PM   #16
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pile of corn chips, topped with chili and cheese. Popular at dirt race tracks and tractor pulls here. Usually onions and jalapenos are offered as additional toppings.
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what are fatties?
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Jimmy Dean type 1# breakfast sausage logs
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what are fatties?
Take a look here for a full explanation.
http://www.bandera-brethren.com/inde...ewtopic&t=1983
The topic is a "RoadMap" to the Forum and contains links to a lot of common questions! Fatties is the last topic.
Fatties are addictive!
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Unread 08-04-2004, 02:10 PM   #20
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VERY addictive
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Unread 08-05-2004, 06:38 AM   #21
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Ah i've done that once before, only because i saw you guys talkin about it. It was really good.
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I utilized a "modified" 2-2-1 on a couple fatties last weekend, and they were awesome. I lowered the first time increment from 3 hrs to 2 hrs cuz 3 seemed a bit long to me considering I previously cooked 3 hrs TOTAL (no foiling). Now, with 2 hrs foiled, 2 hrs naked seemed plenty. And it certainly was. I followed Bill's advice and heavily "juiced" 'em before foiling. I even managed to cooler them for very close to the full hour before I finally caved and opened one. Best ever.

Because of 2-fer-1 sale, I went with Owens brand - no complaints.
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Yep, that last hour is the hardest part (IMO) cuz you want to tear into them

Solution: 4 at a time :)

Glad you liked them

I'm gonna sauce when wrap next time with Jalepeno jelly to try another variation
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Solution: 4 at a time
Having Baby Backs ready when you put the fatties in the cooler works pretty good too :D
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Having Baby Backs ready when you put the fatties in the cooler works pretty good too
I always throw the fatties on first thing. I'll just have to start thawing out more.
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What are you guys using to juice your fatties?
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What are you guys using to juice your fatties?
I don't spray much, but always before I wrap anything. Apple juice is the basic for me. Sometimes I'll warm some up and stir in some rub, maybe mix the AJ with some pepsi or cherry coke, some use a little whiskey with their spray.
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Last week, it was Sprite (well shaken to make flat) for the sugar, a little pickle juice for the vinegar, and a dash of hot sauce for "what the hell". Shaken up, sprayed good.

On Friday, it was 2 kids clear cherry juice boxes in the sprayer.
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Last week, it was Sprite (well shaken to make flat) for the sugar, a little pickle juice for the vinegar, and a dash of hot sauce for "what the hell". Shaken up, sprayed good.

On Friday, it was 2 kids clear cherry juice boxes in the sprayer.
Why do you make the soda flat?
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