Sausage peppers lasagna pizza fatty?

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jcam222

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Sausage & pepper sandwich, lasagna and a pizza walk into a bar…………bartender says “Ive got a smoker out back” lol. Meijers had sweet Italian sausage on sale for $2 / lbs so of course I grabbed six lbs thinking I’d figure out why later lol. I thought about doing a traditional fatty but decided to go with more of a flat loaf. Started working on this while I was smoking a few eye of rounds. First up sautéed some sweet peppers and vidalia onions in olive oil.
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Next up took a foil grill pan , sprayed with olive oil and covered with sandwich pepperoni.
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First two lbs of sausage pressed into a sheet on parchment paper then flipped onto the pan.
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Spread on some peppers, onions and pizza sauce
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Layered on pepperoni and provolone.
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I added another 2 lbs sheet of sausage and repeated the steps above. After that I added the last 2 lbs layer of sausage and added banana peppers and kalamatta olives.
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Another layer of cheese , Italian seasoning and some sauce.
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Put this on after my eye of rounds finished. Cranked the smoker up to 275-300F running with apple, cherry and pear. Here it is out of the smoker and on the cutting board.
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Money shot, time to eat. Played with some Arribbiata sauce, roasted peppers and torn basil.
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Flavor was off the charts and the cheese on top especially took on a nice hit of the smoke. This thing weighed near 10 lbs lol. Thanks for looking!
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Looks outstanding! As I was scrolling down the pictures I was digging it, then that first plate shot. WOW.

Dave
 
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Holy cow Jeff, that looks astonishing!! A simply incredible meal. Can you freeze a couple chunks and send them my way?? :emoji_laughing: That much food would last us a week...all cooked at one time but I don't think I'd get tired of it.

Robert
 
some people on this forum have a real need to feel like "experts " its an ego trip for them plain and simple !!! it makes them feel important and because of that they try to put down any post thats different from the way they THINK meat should be smoked , smoking meat is as old as the hills , there is no hard rules to great tasting meat , when you try to tell people reading my posts that what i describe can't be done , it just makes you sound stupid , i have been smoking meat for 40 years , and i know it can be done exackly as i describe because i do it , just because i do things simpler and faster than the way you say it has to be done just means you want people to think " oh wow thats guy is an expert " well news flash for you ...your not !!!!

Looks very good Jeff. And quite original too!

Looks outstanding! As I was scrolling down the pictures I was digging it, then that first plate shot. WOW.

Dave

Very interesting. Looks amazingly delicious. Yeah, I’d be all over that. Nice work.
Thanks guys! Kind of a flat fatty lol. It was delicious and I had to go back for seconds! It’s something I’ll do again for sure or at least some variation of.
 
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Sausage & pepper sandwich, lasagna and a pizza walk into a bar…………bartender says “Ive got a smoker out back” lol. Meijers had sweet Italian sausage on sale for $2 / lbs so of course I grabbed six lbs thinking I’d figure out why later lol. I thought about doing a traditional fatty but decided to go with more of a flat loaf. Started working on this while I was smoking a few eye of rounds. First up sautéed some sweet peppers and vidalia onions in olive oil. View attachment 634421Next up took a foil grill pan , sprayed with olive oil and covered with sandwich pepperoni.View attachment 634422First two lbs of sausage pressed into a sheet on parchment paper then flipped onto the pan.View attachment 634423Spread on some peppers, onions and pizza sauceView attachment 634424Layered on pepperoni and provolone.View attachment 634425View attachment 634426I added another 2 lbs sheet of sausage and repeated the steps above. After that I added the last 2 lbs layer of sausage and added banana peppers and kalamatta olives.View attachment 634427Another layer of cheese , Italian seasoning and some sauce.View attachment 634428View attachment 634429Put this on after my eye of rounds finished. Cranked the smoker up to 275-300F running with apple, cherry and pear. Here it is out of the smoker and on the cutting board.View attachment 634430View attachment 634431Money shot, time to eat. Played with some Arribbiata sauce, roasted peppers and torn basil.View attachment 634432Flavor was off the charts and the cheese on top especially took on a nice hit of the smoke. This thing weighed near 10 lbs lol. Thanks for looking!View attachment 634433
Wow, just Wow...bookmarked for sure. That looks delicious.
 
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Looks like a huge pan full of ooey gooey goodness Jeff, love it! RAY
Thanks Ray. I just murdered some for supper. Great for leftovers. Still have plenty to pass to a few friends.
That was just a half sized foil pan right? like 9 x 13? 10lbs holy moly!
Standard size disposable grill pan. Lol it was 6 lbs in sausage alone, close to 2 lbs cheese, 1 lbs pepperoni. I figure the rest of the misc weighed a pound
 
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That Sir is a work of art! I would frame that plate shot🤣 Holy smokes, what amazing cook and recipe! Thank you for sharing!
 
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