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Old 01-26-2022, 07:20 AM   #1
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Prepped a breakfast fatty last night - Hot sausage, eggs, cheese, mushrooms and onion. Hit it with some Chucabara and wrapped in cling wrap.

Smoked w/ pecan and cherry mix on the MAK for 90ish minutes at 275. Finished at 325 to crisp up the bacon.

So this became breakfast. Hard to beat...
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Old 01-26-2022, 07:28 AM   #2
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Looks excellent. Please school me on this? I’ve made rod of fatties but never stuffed with eggs. Scramble the eggs and build it night before and into fridge until the next morning to cook?


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Looks excellent. Please school me on this? I’ve made rod of fatties but never stuffed with eggs. Scramble the eggs and build it night before and into fridge until the next morning to cook?


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Cowgirl did a great writeup on making a Fatty Piston. I built up a few of these years ago and they are super helpful into making all sorts of fillings for a stuffed fatty. I used to do similar breakfast style with eggs, cheese, bacon, peppers, etc etc.
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Looks excellent. Please school me on this? I’ve made rod of fatties but never stuffed with eggs. Scramble the eggs and build it night before and into fridge until the next morning to cook?


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The reply above with instructions from Jeanie is probably your best bet, but here's my $0.02:

1. Make a bacon weave (just lacing bacon) on top of some parchment paper or cling wrap (helps you roll the fatty)
2. Mash the sausage out into a rectangle that's just short of the edges of the weave.
3. Scramble eggs, 3-5 depending on size & your preference
4. Layer eggs on the sausage;
5. Cover with cheese of your choice (I'm a cheddar &/or Jack man myself)
6. Layer whatever veggies you like - I diced shrooms, onions
7. Roll up. Secure the ends with the bacon (remember when I said not to mash the sausage to the full width of the weave?)

Smoke at 275 for 90mins. Bump temp to 325-350 to crisp up the bacon (30 mins or so).

Cut into slices and stick 'em in a biscuit. End of Story.
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Cowgirl did a great writeup on making a Fatty Piston. I built up a few of these years ago and they are super helpful into making all sorts of fillings for a stuffed fatty. I used to do similar breakfast style with eggs, cheese, bacon, peppers, etc etc.

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