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My 1st

Discussion in 'Fatties' started by rdtague, Dec 4, 2013.

  1. rdtague

    rdtague Newbie

    Here's my 1st attempt. I think it's a keeper...whatda think?

    1lb Bob Evans Zesty/Hot pork sausage

    1lb fresh thick cut hickory bacon (County Market meat shop)

    1/2-ish green pepper

    1/4-ish red onion

    1 fresh green onion

    about 5 or 6 Tablespoons store bought pickled Jalapenos

    3 small mushrooms

    couple small chunks of double smoked ham (from previous smoke)

    6 slices of Swiss chees

    6 slices of Hot pepper jack cheese

    2 Tablespoons Philly "chipotle" cream cheese

    My homemade "Sweet Habenero BBQ sauce"

    Minced veggies and ham.

    Sauteed veggies and ham in olive oil.

    Prepped sausage in gallon zip lock bag

    Brushed my homemade BBQ on rolled out sausage

    placed swiss and pepper jack cheese on rolled sausage

    Spread cream cheese on other cheese

    Spread sauteed mix on rolled sausage


    Placed on bacon weave and rolled.

    Chilled in fridge til smoker was up to 275F

    Smoked at 225F, over hickory chips, for 2 1/2hrs...til 165 IT.

    It's just me and momma at home, nowadays, so 1/2-ish was ate right off the smoker with mac and cheese. The other 1/2 will be used with eggs for breakfast.

    Side note: We eat things that are pretty spicy, and this was the right amount of spice.

  2. outlaw85

    outlaw85 Newbie

    Looks good!!
  3. dougmays

    dougmays Master of the Pit Group Lead OTBS Member

    Looks Great! Did you make the chipotle cream cheese or buy it that way?
  4. dirtsailor2003

    dirtsailor2003 Epic Pitmaster OTBS Member

    Sounds and looks tasty!
  5. rdtague

    rdtague Newbie

    I bought it. Philidelphia brand.
  6. bigr314

    bigr314 Meat Mopper

    Looks great.You did a real nice job on your first fatty.Looks nice and cheesy. You can never have to much cheese.