So lets get this started. Attended a family members pig roast, and decided a few fatties were in order. A fellow smoker was the one making the pig, so he made a few as well. I tried my best to take as many photos as possible, however due to the deliciousness of what was being served, and the need for booze to be absorbed, some things are better described in words than photos.
My offerings consisted of the following:
-Buffalo chicken & Gorgonzola crumbles stuffed Jimmy Dean wrapped in a beautiful bacon weave
-Macaroni and Cheese stuffed Jimmy Dean with a bacon weave.
-Chicken Parm stuffed sweet Italian Sausage Calzone Fattie
And for your viewing pleasure, I present the most delicious day I have had in a long long time.
The garlic, dairy and aduelle went into the Mac and Cheese.
Cheese used for everything. Mozzarella, Jack, Cheddar & Gorgonzola.
The M&C all prepared. Crisped up some bacon and used the drippings as the base of the roux. I like the smokiness it adds to the dish. On the side I cooked up some Anduelle Sausage & shallot, and added that to the cheese sauce. Mix of cheddar, jack and mozzarella.
Buffalo Chicken ready for rolling as well. Buttermilk Battered Fried Chicken with The Original. Gorgonzola and Cheddar Cheeses used.
Chicken Parm ready for rolling. Same Fried Chicken used as above, just tossed with a marinara sauce and mozzarella cheese. Sweet Italian sausage used here.
In the fridge for a bit, and onto the GOSM.
Here we are a few hours in.
3+ hours later and things are all finished.
Chicken Parm gets some additional love by getting wrapped in some dough and baked off for a few minutes.
And now the money shots.
First we came out with guns blazing, and dropped the Mac & Cheese on everyone.
Next came the Buffalo Chicken. None of the bug spray was used in the devouring of the sausage creature. Nor was Tony Stewart (even though he looks like Fatties are a major part of his diet...)
And for the grand finale, the Chicken Parm Calzon-ie was presented. Needless to say it went over very very well.
Also making appearances, but were slightly camera shy was a few blue cheese fatties, spinach and cheese stuffed, and one of the favorites of the day: A Steak and Cheese fattie. That was one that will be made again.
Oh, did I mention at some point there was a 35lb swine there as well??? He was the guest of honor, but well supported by a fine cast of Fatties.