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This is my signature fattie,

 

I'm starting with 1.66 pounds of breakfast sausage from Frank's, my local butcher shop.

 

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I baked some Trader Joe's organic potatoes last night and then refrigerated them so they'd slice up nicely.  Then there's some three blend cheese, and some fire roasted peppers that I cut into strips for some unknown reason,

 

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I made my bacon weave with Hormel Black Label Bacon.  It was on sale for $2.99.  Aw yeah!

 

Here's the fattie going into the smoker:

 

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Two shakes of a lamb's tail later:

 

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Are you thinking what I'm thinking?  There's definitely room for more cheese in there.  Look at those gaps!  There's should be cheese all up in there!  LOL

 

OK, thanks for looking at my fattie Q view.   Here's what dinner looked like:

 

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Edited by wntrlnd - 9/18/10 at 9:56pm
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Yeah, now that is a Fattie...  Looks Great...

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Originally Posted by Beer-B-Q View Post

Yeah, now that is a Fattie...  Looks Great...



Thanks, Beer-B-Q!  Much appreciated, my friend!

 

I love this fattie!  And it really freezes and reheats well!  Nothing beats pulling a fattie out of the freezer when you don't feel like cooking after a long day.  Quick, delicious dinner.

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Looks good. My next one is going to be a mashed potatoes and gravy fattie. I cant wait to try it.

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That is a thing of beauty.

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That fattie is a work of art. Nice job.

 

Talk of mashed taters and gravy makes me want a bisket and gravy fattie.

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thats one tasty looking fattie dude   i got a question though,   how come only one slice on the plate?  i wouldve needed three or four you know even it up with the ribs,  dont discriminate!

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That looks fabulous... Got a recipe for the cole slaw?

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Originally Posted by rbranstner View Post

Looks good. My next one is going to be a mashed potatoes and gravy fattie. I cant wait to try it.



thanks, rbranstner!  mashed potatoes and gravy sounds truly epic!  i can't wait to see your Q view and hear about it!

 

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Originally Posted by werdwolf View Post

That is a thing of beauty.


Thanks, werdwolf!  I couldn't agree with you more!  They are about as attractive to look at as they are delcious to eat! 


 

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Originally Posted by Tom37 View Post

That fattie is a work of art. Nice job.

 

Talk of mashed taters and gravy makes me want a bisket and gravy fattie.

 

Thanks, Tom37!  Very much appreciated!  This is the third one I've made and I'm still fine tuning it.

 

 

Brisket and gravy fattie?  AW YEAH!


 

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Originally Posted by miamirick View Post

thats one tasty looking fattie dude   i got a question though,   how come only one slice on the plate?  i wouldve needed three or four you know even it up with the ribs,  dont discriminate!



 Thanks much, miamirick!  and LOL (literally!)  You are absolutely right!  Too much yin and not enough yang.



 

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Originally Posted by fpnmf View Post

That looks fabulous... Got a recipe for the cole slaw?



 Thank you, fpnmf!  I make my own dressing, but otherwise take the easy way and buy the bagged shredded coleslaw mix in the produce dept.

 

for 1 bag coleslaw

 

1/2 cup mayonaise

2 T milk

1 T cider vinegar

1/2 tsp sugar

1/4 tsp celery seed

 

whisk it together, then toss with coleslaw mix about an hour or two before you want to serve it. 

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