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Christmas Centerpiece Fattie

post #1 of 16
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I got this idea from Pokernut's "Smoke Ring Fatty" post. I guess I owe him a royalty fee. ROTF.gif. I thought it would make a great centerpiece for the Christmas morning breakfast table. Its 2 lbs. of sausage, wrapped in bacon, with hash browns and cheddar on the inside. I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and a Happy New Year.

 

 

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post #2 of 16

Damn, Dude!  That looks awesome.  What's all that green shit in the last picture?icon_lol.gif

post #3 of 16
Looks great!
post #4 of 16
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Originally Posted by ScooterMagoo View Post

Damn, Dude!  That looks awesome.  What's all that green shit in the last picture?icon_lol.gif

I just threw some kale and grape tomatoes around to make it look "Festive".
post #5 of 16

That looks amazing. Very creative. and the inside looks yummy.

 

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Originally Posted by NEDtorious View Post


I just threw some kale and grape tomatoes around to make it look "Festive".

I looked at it and was thinking maybe you thought you were turning it in to be judged on Pitmaster :)

 

Good Job.


Robert

post #6 of 16

Pass the catsup please.

post #7 of 16

I'm always looking for something different. I think I just found something. The wife likes fatties ( bout the only thing she does like ) think I'm gonna have to try this!!

post #8 of 16

That looks great, one questions the hashbrowns were they the frozen type or left over baked spuds shredded?? good job

post #9 of 16
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Originally Posted by driedstick View Post

That looks great, one questions the hashbrowns were they the frozen type or left over baked spuds shredded?? good job

They were frozen hash browns, I fried them up with onions and garlic. Then mixed it with cheese.
post #10 of 16

Just saw pictures of this in your signature from another thread. I know it's way later but I haven't been a member too long. That looks awesome man! Making smoked goods look pretty! :points: 

post #11 of 16
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Thanks! Yeah that thing was a big hit. I think I need to make another one of those. Maybe I'll do a tutorial next time.
post #12 of 16
I agree with PoGo, I have not seen this before, good to revisit things. Will look at doing something like this. 👍
post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by NEDtorious View Post

Thanks! Yeah that thing was a big hit. I think I need to make another one of those. Maybe I'll do a tutorial next time.
I vote yes on the tutorial. Dude, that thing looks awesome. What kinda pan did you use to form it in? I'm thinking a bunt cake pan would do it.
post #14 of 16
Thread Starter 
That's exactly what it was, a silicone bunt cake pan. I don't know if I even still have it. I'll have to look!
post #15 of 16

Just a little late here.  That fattie looks fantastic.  I've been looking for something unique to do for Christmas Morning (reindeer is obviously out of the question) and I just found it.  Waiting patiently??? for the tutorial--definitely be on the points list when you put it out.

 

Gary

post #16 of 16

How long did you cook it and what temp ?

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