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post #1 of 14
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Hey all,

 

What I love about fatties is that you can basically fill em with anything and they always seem to turn out incredible!

 

Typical bacon weave;

 

 

Kept the first one real simple...rolled out some Jimmy Dean, added some Swiss and spinach;

 

 

Next one was for the kids and so used some processed sliced cheese, chopped up bacon, and diced hot dogs wieners (not sure Chef Ramsay would approve, but used my 4 year old wiener slicer to save time!);

 

  

 

Rolled and wrapped, for later in the day;

 

 

2:30pm...time to smoke...tossed them on with a sprinkle of rub on my WSM at 270F;

 

 

My buddy Finnegan as always starting out to ensure that none come close to those fatties;

 

 

Finally, 3 hours later took those beauties out...

 

 

And here are the sliced pics...they turned out very nice!

 

  

 

Not one piece was left after the meal was done....bacon was almost perfect....going to bump the temp to 285F on my next ones to get it even crispier.

 

Thanks for watchin, cheers!

post #2 of 14

That hotdog fattie looks awesome.

 

 

We actually had that same dog cutter.

post #3 of 14

Nice , Chad . G-Daughter wants some HD Fatties next time I smoke... :biggrin:

 

It all looked good , what type of Basil did you use ? I love the Lemon Basil , especially on Fish . . .

 

Nice looking Fatties.

 

Later . . . 

post #4 of 14

Looks GREAT, very nice weave. It is hard to beat a fatty.

Happy smoken.

David

post #5 of 14
Great looking fatties! I have got to get me one of those wiener slicers. Where can I find such a thing?
post #6 of 14
Great fatty shape and weave...both before and after.
post #7 of 14

Chad,

 

Nice work!  I love making Fatties also.  I am in the middle of curing 11 pounds of pork belly so I can use my own bacon on them. 

I also agree with you why Fatties are so good.  You can use any kind of meat and anything inside. 

 

I made a Philly cheese steak Fatty with ground beef, American cheese, suateed mushrooms and suateed onions.  It was amazing.  It was so good my wife even liked it.  That is true praise!  LOL

 

Thanks for sharing the Q view.

post #8 of 14
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Originally Posted by Brooksy View Post

Great looking fatties! I have got to get me one of those wiener slicers. Where can I find such a thing?

 

Thanks Wayne...here a link for the slicer :)

 

http://www.amazon.com/Dachshund-Shaped-Hot-Dog-Cutter/dp/B0088OJB5U

post #9 of 14
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Originally Posted by oldschoolbbq View Post
 

Nice , Chad . G-Daughter wants some HD Fatties next time I smoke... :biggrin:

 

It all looked good , what type of Basil did you use ? I love the Lemon Basil , especially on Fish . . .

 

Nice looking Fatties.

 

Later . . .

 

I believe it was a Genovese Basil. I love the lemon basil too...have not smoked fish yet, but when I do I will be using it. Thanks for stopping by. :)

post #10 of 14
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Originally Posted by c farmer View Post
 

That hotdog fattie looks awesome.

 

 

We actually had that same dog cutter.

 

Wasin't it awesome?? My daughter just loves it...or used to a few months back...she is a 'big' girl now and prefers eating hot dogs like everyone else...so it is now Daddy's special cooking tool! LOL

 

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Originally Posted by themule69 View Post
 

Looks GREAT, very nice weave. It is hard to beat a fatty.

Happy smoken.

David

 

Thanks David :)

 

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Originally Posted by atomicsmoke View Post

Great fatty shape and weave...both before and after.

 

Thanks bud, one you've done about a dozen of these it becomes like second nature ;)

post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by Rob Sicc View Post
 

Chad,

 

Nice work!  I love making Fatties also.  I am in the middle of curing 11 pounds of pork belly so I can use my own bacon on them.

I also agree with you why Fatties are so good.  You can use any kind of meat and anything inside.

 

I made a Philly cheese steak Fatty with ground beef, American cheese, suateed mushrooms and suateed onions.  It was amazing.  It was so good my wife even liked it.  That is true praise!  LOL

 

Thanks for sharing the Q view.

 

Weird that a Philly Cheese Steak is one of my favorite things in this world and I have not made a Philly fatty!?? Thanks for the kinds words and for the reminder! LOL

post #12 of 14

Glad I could help.  A Philly cheese steak is also one of my favorite things. Plus my wife is picky so I ha to make something with ground beef. 

 

I also wanted to compliment your weave.  That looked perfect.  What kind of bacon did you use?

post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by Rob Sicc View Post
 

Glad I could help.  A Philly cheese steak is also one of my favorite things. Plus my wife is picky so I ha to make something with ground beef.

 

I also wanted to compliment your weave.  That looked perfect.  What kind of bacon did you use?

 

Thanks again....just plain old Kirkland brand bacon from Costco! :)

post #14 of 14

Costco, here I come!  Bacon buy me in the local supermarket was $8.00 a pound last week.  I thought I was seeing things.  Pork belly was $3.49 a pound.  I made 11 pounds of bacon so I sure be good for a week or 2.  LOL

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