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Thread Starter 

           freshman try at fatties, this one has scrambled eggs, mushrooms, onions, garlic, cilantro, tomato, N.M. green chili, and avocado...

 

a little short on bacon

and long on fatty

 

 

 

my assistant "Baby" was not an ingredient in this fatty... this one....

post #2 of 17

Looks great. Sounds tasty.

Happy smoken.

David

post #3 of 17

I rarely use this term, but, OMG!!   That has absolutely everything I love in it-  That's your first try?  WOW!    I've not done one yet, but with ingredients like that, that will soon change......

 

Nicely done!   

 

Meanwhile, being the dutiful hubby that she says I am, I'm up at 3 am puttin a 'butt on the smoker-

 

Mbogo

post #4 of 17

So how did it taste? Looks like it came out perfect. Don't worry no style points are deducted for weave, biggrin.gif

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             you make me smile Mbogo,

    starting a smoke and cruising SMF is the perfect way to spend a Sat. AM (even if it is at 3 in the morning)

       I did my butt yesterday and it was great. I used Billbo's BBQ sauce and highly recommend it.

  I'll put together a sammy and post a Qview   

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So how did it taste? Looks like it came out perfect. Don't worry no style points are deducted for weave, biggrin.gif

    it was easily one of my best items to date. Even my picky " I don't like pork" friends gobbled it up!

Only negative is I couldn't crisp the bacon enough for my taste. Next time I might try putting it under the broiler for just a minute to get the crisp...

post #7 of 17

Ha! Not sure if we're pathetic or gifted....    Who else would get up at that hour to burn meat??  I would rather get up that early to procure it, but thats another topic-  Love your avatar. did that wind up in your garage??

Mbogo
 

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                                            Mbogo,

   Sadly, I don't own the car. I drive the truck.

Even though it's not my car, I do enjoy what I call "cool by proxy" meaning, it's not my car but I am cool enough to tow it. Besides, nothing makes people smile more than seeing a $500,000 car on the back of a flatbed tow truck!yahoo.gif

                           Bob


Edited by Bob B Que - 8/14/13 at 11:02pm
post #9 of 17

How did the avocado hold up? get mushy at all? I have cold smoked halved avocados before, but never high heat. The fatty looks great btw..... and if thats the first, I cant wait to see the 50th :):)

Mike

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                                            Mbogo,

   Sadly, I don't own the car. I drive the truck.

Even though it's not my car, I do enjoy what I call "cool by proxy" meaning, it's not car but I am cool enough to tow it. Besides, nothing makes people smile more than seeing a $500,000 car on the back of a flatbed tow truck!yahoo.gif

                           Bob

My old owners Ferrari brought down in the drive thru of McDonalds.. I offered to help him or take him to work (around the corner) ... he didnt want to get in my "POS' car.... oh well.. but greatest site ever seeeing that cheap ars guy broke down probably getting some dollor menu crap knowing him :):) 

Keep a tow'n em :):)

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                            Hey Webo,

        yeah, I've towed them all. From cars bent in the shape of a "U" from hitting  trees, to a pair of Lamborghini's wreaked because they were racing and neither one knew what the Sam Hill they were doing! Good times...

 As far as the avocado, if you choose ones that are almost ripe (eatable but not to soft) by the time it's cooked they come out soft but not mushy...

                         Bob

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                            Hey Webo,
        yeah, I've towed them all. From cars bent in the shape of a "U" from hitting  trees, to a pair of Lamborghini's wreaked because they were racing and neither one knew what the Sam Hill they were doing! Good times...
 As far as the avocado, if you choose ones that are almost ripe (eatable but not to soft) by the time it's cooked they come out soft but not mushy...
                         Bob
Thanks Bob
post #13 of 17

AppleMark

Same as your assistant except wild . Had about 40 of them on the deck at dawndevil.gifwhat a racket! Lucky I am a bird loverbiggrin.gif

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                                  Moikel,

      I know what a racket just one makes. I can't imagine  the noise from 40+ of them! No need for an alarm clock, I guessing. I know they are considered the pigeons of down under, but here in the states she cost around $1200. Maybe we can start an exchange program, I'll send you  pigeons and you send me cockatoos  icon14.gif.   BTW, her name is "Baby"

                                         Bob

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I feed these guys,crimson rosella & king parrot but once word gets out its the cockatoos that muscle in.

Cockatoos are above pigeons I will try to find the link about a recent tagging program,the is a big flock that live right down town that has been studied.Real urban birds.

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Nice Fattie. Had to be good with Chiles in it icon_exclaim.gif

 

Beautiful Cockatoo,too.

 

How much is Sausage a Roll down thereicon_question.gif

 

I found a Meat Market that has a good blend of "storemade" Sausage for $1'09/lb. , better than $4 for Jimmy Dean . Just sayin'...biggrin.gif

 

Have fun and as always. . .

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Originally Posted by Bob B Que View Post

                                  Moikel,

      I know what a racket just one makes. I can't imagine  the noise from 40+ of them! No need for an alarm clock, I guessing. I know they are considered the pigeons of down under, but here in the states she cost around $1200. Maybe we can start an exchange program, I'll send you  pigeons and you send me cockatoos  icon14.gif.   BTW, her name is "Baby"

                                         Bob

Thought this might interest you dont mean to hijack yout thread.Love the fatty BTW.

Sydney is the biggest city we have.I work downtown so I know this flock well.The photos were from my weekender down the coast,those cockatoos considered country bumpkins by this lotbiggrin.gif

Not going to attachBeating_A_Dead_Horse_by_livius.gif. If you google Sydney cockatoo tagging you will bring up the face book page where people log in the birds by their tag numbers as they turn up.We do like them just wish they didnt tear soft wood etc to bits with those big beaks.

They do adopt people & places pretty readily.

Have a great day.MICK

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