or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

My Fatty Piston - Page 2

post #21 of 77
That is an incredible idea - Gotta make one of those soon -

Here is a link on making an omelette in a plastic bag - We have done this with our 4H cooking class with good success ( BTW we have a gas stove ) - I bet you could put the bag inside of the tube to get the shape.

post #22 of 77
Awesome Jeanie, Thanks for sharing

post #23 of 77
Wow.... words cannot describe the thoughts going through my head!

I may have to build one of these contraptions.
post #24 of 77
CG have you named your "Fattie Piston"? lol
post #25 of 77
Thread Starter 
Thanks everybody! So far I like the thing. :)
Chefrob, I think it will be handy for other things in the kitchen too. :)

mballi, I use a bottle brush to clean the 2" tube, It's one I have for my canning jars.
The pvc is for potable water so it is no problem for food.

Terry, thanks! biggrin.gif I just cut it out and glued it! lol

Blue... lol Thanks!
Fourthwind! (((hug))) :)

Chris, I used 1 lb of sausage and a one gallon baggie to roll it out.
You could use 2 lbs of sausage and make it thicker.

Scarbelly, thank you and thanks for the link!

Txbbq, it's good to see ya! Thanks!

Benjamin, thanks! Let me know if ya make one. :)

SG....the name Mike keeps popping into my head. Has a nice sound to it! biggrin.gif
post #26 of 77
I had one made 2 hours after I saw your post. Haven't used it yet. I actually made two of em. I know the first person that see's me usin it is gonna want one.
post #27 of 77
Oh my...I love that cross-hatch bacon weave...beautiful!

Thanks for bringing this handy-dandy cookin' gadget to our attention. Grillinski's got a great idea. Keep on keepin' on, Jeanie!

post #28 of 77

Bump-This is cool

I saw this earlier in the week and am off to the store to get some supplies.
post #29 of 77
Just an idea for your omlets that we do all the time. Put all of your ingredients into a 1 quart zip lock freezer bag. Make sure you get all of the air out of it and dunk it into a pot of boiling water. A 3 egg omlet takes twenty minutes to finish. When it comes out it will be a nice round omlet that is very light and fluffy. We do this when camping and call them what else? Omlets in a bag. I have done them in a Fatty and they work great.
post #30 of 77
What a great idea.points.giffor that one. And what a nice looking weave on that fatty. You should enter it in the state fair. I also like the corned beef hash idea. Keep up the good work.
post #31 of 77
Wanna sell one of those gadgets?
post #32 of 77
Thread Starter 
Thanks everybody! I like it so far. PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif

Smokenatthebeach, let me check with Grillinski first. He was going to offer these for sale online and I don't want to step on anyone's toes. I'll let you know if he has his site set up yet. :)
post #33 of 77
Jeanie that's a fantastic job!!!! points.gif

I gotta find me a woman like you!!!!

I wanna buy one too!!!! A "Fattie Piston" that is....lol biggrin.gif
post #34 of 77
Thread Starter 
lol Thanks Oneshot!!
and Thanks for clarifying the buying part! lol biggrin.gif

I have not heard back from Grillinski about selling them but will let you know as soon as I find out.

They are really easy to put together, I put one together for another forum member....for me it's finding the time to do it. I might be able to make more when the weather cools off and things aren't so busy around here. PDT_Armataz_01_04.gif I need a twin.
post #35 of 77
jeanie, you are truly amazing. Thanks for sharing.points.gif
post #36 of 77
Thank you and I look forward to your answer!!! I cannot wait to make a fatty!
post #37 of 77
Now thats a serious fatty piston!!!!!
post #38 of 77
Pretty cool idea but IMO takes away from the fun of trying to roll an overstuffed fattie :)
post #39 of 77
I went to Lowes and got the stuff and made two of these last night. The cost for one was under $3. After seeing Cowgirls blog on the fatty piston I had to have one.

Now if someone would sell pre-weaved bacon that looks as good as hers.... PDT_Armataz_01_12.gif
post #40 of 77

Brilliant and so simple

Thanks for the great idea and sharing the details, Cowgirl. Now I just have to make more space in the kitchen to store it amongst the my other contraptions!

Great work, and bravo to Grillinski as well.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Fatties