Fatty on ?? what

Discussion in 'Sausage' started by regor, Nov 21, 2007.

  1. regor

    regor Newbie

    I'm performing the ultimate no no, but I am a glutton for punishment. Tomorrow will be a FIRST for three things for me, Turkey, ABT's, and a Fatty.

    I know, I know, always try something once before inviting company, but we have SOOOOO many other dishes, to include 2 massive hams, that I am willing to take this on. Besides, if the turkey fails, we will still have a fatty, ABT's, beer and Football !! [​IMG]

    I did have a question here ....

    IS there a preferred cracker or something that goes hand in hand with sliced fatty ?
  2. camp_cookie

    camp_cookie Smoking Fanatic

    They go great with biscuits. :)
  3. homebrew & bbq

    homebrew & bbq Smoking Fanatic

  4. camp_cookie

    camp_cookie Smoking Fanatic

    Those certainly look worth a try.
  5. redtab78

    redtab78 Fire Starter

    I'm with you on this one!!! to a T...

    what I did was:

    ATB's: Pablono peppers cored with a mix of chive cream cheese, elephant garlic, and deer sausage, wrapped in bacon and rubbed with light brown sugar

    Fatty: Jimmy Dean maple sausage with cheese sticks inside (spray with apple/captain morgan 3:1 mix every 45

    Turkey: Brined in brown sugar, tony's creole, and kosher salt for 3 days, and then injected with butter, tony's, onion powder, and garlic powder... then rubbed in butter/mustard and paprika/tony's...

    I'm gonna start a q-view of it!!!
  6. redtab78

    redtab78 Fire Starter

    ment to add, I'm stuffing the turkey with quarterd apples and onions
  7. athabaskar

    athabaskar Smoking Fanatic

    Ok, I'm going to give a fatty a try. I'm smoking a brisket tonight for tomorrows dinner. We have a different theme for Thanksgiving every year, and this year is a cowboy Thanksgiving. We're doing the brisket, cowboy beans, jalapeno cornbread, ABTs, veggie enchiladas, and (of course) pecan pie. It's all being cooked outdoors. I figure the fatty can be broken up and used for breakfast tacos to stay with the theme.
    It's supposed to get down into the 30's tonight, with 15-20 mph North winds, but I'm really looking forward to it.

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