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Aaaach! My Fatty Disappeared!

post #1 of 8
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Y'all's forum meltdown blew away all evidence of my first fatty attempt!!!

The shamanic fatty

I remembered this as I was searching the freezer for the last little bit of it-- I'm serving it up today for lunch.

Today it's in the 50's. If I didn't have a prior engagement for the whole afternoon, I'd be out there doin' another one.
post #2 of 8
Those sausages look good!
post #3 of 8
lol that's a lot of cheese !

Looks good though :-)
post #4 of 8
Do you have recipes for those sausages and or qviews.........

Looks Good
post #5 of 8
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It was my first experiment. We just got done with the leftovers for lunch today. Ymmmmmmmm!!!! It was better than the first time. Yeah, it was a lot of cheese, but it was good. I'll probably cut back a bit on the next one.

I'm bound and determined now to do an all-fatty smoke. My plan now is to replicate the original shamanic cincy chili fatty, but do it a tad smaller so that the finished portion suits our appetites better-- about 2/3 scale. Then I'll fill up the Char-Griller with about a dozen of 'em and let fly with an all-day smoke.

Second, I figure I'll use ground venison mixed with cheap Kroger pork sausage and flavor it with my normal breakfast sausage mix. That always comes out awesome on the smoker.
post #6 of 8
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For the fatty:

As I remember, I used a chub of venison breakfast sausage that the processor did for me. I then used a can of Dixie Chili (my Cincinnati Chili) and a lb of bulk mild cheddar.

For the sausage that accompanied the Fatty onto the smoker:

. . . . hmmm.. . I know what it was, but I don't have the recipe handy at the moment. I know it came from A.D. Livingston's Sausage. However, it's just a normal breakfast sausage recipe.

A copy of Livingston is always by my chair, for when my mind begins to wander in long, skinny ways. You need to get a copy of Livingston if you don't have one. I do my venison breakfast sausage with his "A.D.'s Basic " mix as a start, and then I spice it to taste with Lusianne Creole Seasoning.
post #7 of 8
I need me one of them there hats.biggrin.gif
post #8 of 8
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SportsmansGuide.com has them 2 for $10 or so. They're Norwegian Army Surplus. I call mine the "Smelly Norwegian." Mine came still smelling of their first owners. However, I ran them through the wash with sodium bicarb and they turned out nearly brand new. They're the warmest hats I've got.
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