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Old 07-29-2012, 07:36 PM   #1
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I did ribs,beef rib-lets fatties, chicken, pork loins, and Conecuh sausage today. Most of the cook was for someone else. Did a little for us though.

















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Old 07-29-2012, 07:41 PM   #2
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What is the bacon covering?
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Old 07-29-2012, 07:51 PM   #3
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What is the bacon covering?

That made my mouth water & my stomach bulge just looking at them.
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I Take it the fatties are the bacon wrapped. Sure look good
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Yep.Fatties I do, are wrapped in bacon.

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Yeah man!!!! Looks like a feast!!!! Love anything with the woven bacon, makes it look purty!!!!
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Looks like on the single dogs or Conecuh sausage links u wrapped them with bacon, how many slices of bacon did u use? and how did u do it, sure looks good? Guessing this was all done in a smoker, correct?

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U know too much of this stuff will or can KILL u, you should share some of it with us so u can living longer and do more cooking like this, one of the better ways to go, but not the best way to go.
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Looks like on the single dogs or Conecuh sausage links u wrapped them with bacon, how many slices of bacon did u use? and how did u do it, sure looks good? Guessing this was all done in a smoker, correct?
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U know too much of this stuff will or can KILL u, you should share some of it with us so u can living longer and do more cooking like this, one of the better ways to go, but not the best way to go.



I don't wrap the Conecuh. But I have a fattie tutorial here. There are lots of ways to do fatties, but this is how I do them.

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like a boss
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