First 2 fatties a big hit...

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Original poster
Jul 5, 2007
Made 2 plain fatties last night and took some to work..... Big Mistake!!

Now everybody wants one.

Oh well the tease is on. Can you say guiena pigs?
See, it's like ***** - the first one is always free. Then ..................

You need to tell the folks at work to buy a smoker and join SMF!
Got three more going right now for the guys tomorrow. I'm a nice guy
I'm a newbie here too. Breakfast/Country sausage with cheese, and other goodies you want rolled up in the middle and then smoked low and slow for a few hours. At least thats what I can tell so far. Hold your mouse cursor over fatty and you get a brief description.

They look sooooooo good, I can't wait until this weekend when I try my first one!
Hehe I think your probably right. Ok I'll do 2 this weekend and then I'll just have to do more next weekend! I wonder how it would taste with italian sausage?
JD sausage, you can do it plain,roll with your favorite rub on it or stuff it with anything you desire
Everytime I go shopping and hit theJD sausage section I load up and grab maybe 10 or 12 JD Hot Sausages! I've had people ask me several times if there was a storm comming!

Around here and maybe elsewhere we stockup the pantry for winer storms and huricanes. I wouldn't think sausage would be good to save but unless you have a generator (I don't), but apparently if you get more than a few things people panic and thing there's a storm comming.
Sounds great! Did 2 fatties this weekend, and boy were they a hit! I am going to do one up and use it in the old Jones family recipe for biscuits and sausage gravy!
Sounds good right now in fact
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