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I smoked a fatty today

post #1 of 17
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So I started with 3 lbs of 50/50 ground pork and ground beef. Placed 1.5 lbs in 2 gallon zip locs. Hit them with a rolling pin and closed the bags once all the air was out. Placed them into the fridge to stay cold.

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Then I halved some serranos, and red, yellow, and orange sweet peppers and roasted them under the broiler, peeled the skins best I could and chilled

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While the peppers were roasting, I sautéed some mushrooms in half a stick of butter then chilled in fridge.

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Next up was the stove top cornbread stuffing. Forgot to take a pic but made per directions and chilled.

Next i covered the table in saran wrap, which I'll make the bacon weave on and use the saran wrap to help roll it up when the time comes

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Now that everything has chilled, time to start the construction. First was the bacon weave

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Then I cut the zip locs open and connect the 2 pieces to make one long piece of meat. Leave the ziplocs underneath to help when it's time to roll.

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First layer was 15 pieces of thin sliced Swiss cheese

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Then the cornbread stuffing

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Then the pepper/mushroom mixture

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Then the most important part, getting a nice tight roll, after rolling I pinch the ends shut

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Then used the saran wrap to roll the bacon on and wrap up tight and into fridge

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Then I fired up the yoder ys480 to 220, It was a balmy 10° outside with windchill in the negatives

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Off to work I go, monitoring with tappecue

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Once it got to 150, I headed home from work. Was at 155 when I got home

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Slathered it with a little sauce, then under the broiler til I liked the color

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Rested for 20 minutes. Then sliced it up

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post #2 of 17

That's a beauty !  I like the mix of ingredients, and the cornbread sounds like a great idea.  I will try that on my next one.  Point from me !

post #3 of 17

That is one of the best looking fatties I have ever seen!

 

Not only is it a monster, but I really like the ingredient mix!

 

I hope you make the carousel with this guy, it sure deserves it!

 

Point!

 

Al

post #4 of 17
Sounds and looks fantastic! Nice job!
post #5 of 17

Awesome Job, Mikey!! :drool----:points:

 

Looks like a Fantastic Fatty!! Thumbs Up

 

Bear

post #6 of 17

That looks great I have never made one of them Points 

Richie

 

Thumbs Up

post #7 of 17

I've never seen this before. This looks fantastic. When I saw the title, I thought of something else, for the first time in 40 years...LOL.

 

 

David

post #8 of 17
That's a mega fatty! Nice smoke!

Point!
post #9 of 17
Point worthy Fattie fer'shur!
post #10 of 17

Great ingredients for a fatty and I love the detailed thread!

 

Point

 

Disco

post #11 of 17

Oh that is a work of art, great thread, looks awesome!  congrats I am sure it was delicious.

post #12 of 17
My mouth is watering. Looks great! I must try this!

Points
post #13 of 17

I can't believe that thing stayed together!  Fattie-saurus!  Looks great.  How was it?  I can't imagine.  

 

I haven't made a fatty in more than a year.  I'm inspired!

 

--parx

post #14 of 17
Awesome fatty
post #15 of 17

Thanks for sharing looks awesome

post #16 of 17

Wow!  Great job.  Great ingredients.  I love the graphs (I do the same for all of my smokes as well).  Points!

post #17 of 17
Wow!!!! Good job! New to the game. Didn't even know you could smoke ground meat. Great inspiration ! Thanks
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