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My First Fatties with Q-View

bigdaddylove

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As I said I smoked my first fatties on Sunday and here is how it went.  Mexican Fattie Ingredients were Chorizo Sausage,  Poblano Peppers, garlic, Hatch Green Chilies, Onions and Tillamook Jack Cheese.
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The roll Which we now know to leave a little room on the edges
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All rolled up and Ready for their Smoking Jackets
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I thought they might be a little Lonely smoking by themselves so i threw some ABT buddies in With them.  Just a  little garlic, Chorizo sausage (cooked), a Little Caribbean Pepper, and Cream Cheese.

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Headed to the Smoker
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Everybody Playing Friendly with each other
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Out and resting after a long hard smoke.
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Cut and Ready to serve it's Purpose
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On the Plate & Served

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A few Observations. The next of many fatties that i will smoke i will use regular, not thick bacon, also i will not make the weave so tight. It was a great weekend my DW got involved and we had one hell of a good time smoking together, in fact with out her I'm sure it would have been a failure. Hope you all enjoy and No there are no left overs.
 

tom37

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If these are your first, I can't wait to see how they look after you get a couple dozen under your belt.

Looks Great!!!
 

bigdaddylove

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Thanks tom, we had fun doing it.  By the way that is one hell of a chiefs smoker you got, Very Impressive.  we looked good Monday night.
 

palmerbbq

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Those turned out awesome.  Man this just made me really hungry. I have used thick and thin cut bacon and definitely like the thin better.
 

beer-b-q

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Not bad for a first... Just wait until you get some practice...LOL 

They look delicious.
 

vic81

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man - that looks awesome!!!  How long did you smoke it and at what temp?  I can't wait to make my first one.....
 

wntrlnd

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i've gotta say, that is a beauty!

and it's all the more impressive that it's your first!  dang! 

those ABTs are rockin' too
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plus, it's super cool your wife got into it too.   that's livin' the dream right there!  
 

bigdaddylove

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I smoked them at about 200 for 4 hours then lit them up to about 300 for 30 or so minutes to crisp the bacon.  thanks for all the comments as i said we had a great time and working up recipes for more.
 

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Absolutely Great !

Thanks for the view!

Bear
 

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