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Old 01-09-2012, 07:02 PM   #1
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Anyone here do fatties on their smoker. I have been cooking a lot of them lately.



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Old 01-09-2012, 07:22 PM   #2
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Holy crap those look good! have not done any in quite a while, but I may be firing up the smoker real soon.
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Old 01-09-2012, 08:15 PM   #3
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What exactly is a fatty? Those look good!!!
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What exactly is a fatty? Those look good!!!
Mine are just a chub of breakfast sausage rolled out flat and covered with cheese,then rolled back up ,wrapped in bacon and cooked on a smoker.There are several ways to do them, but this is my way.
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that bacon weave is so out of control... love it
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Old 01-10-2012, 08:08 PM   #6
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so I didnt know what a fattie was but sure gonna try it now....that weave is so cool looking
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Here is something I put together to help folks with cooking fatties. Also pics of how to put the basket weave together.

Fattie Cooking

Take a 1 pound chub sausage out of plastic sleeve and lay it on one sheet of wax paper. Take another sheet of wax paper and cover
the sausage.This will keep the sausage from sticking to the rolling pin. Take the rolling pin and roll the sausage, thru the paper, out flat in a rectangle shape. Roll it until it is a little less than 1/2" thick.
Next remove the top sheet of wax paper and cover the sausage with the shredded cheese. I use Gouda. Keep the cheese back from the edges of sausage at least one inch. Next using the bottom sheet of paper as an aid, roll the sausage back up into it's original log shape.You want to create a spiral of cheese inside the sausage. Next,with your hands,smooth and seal completely the ends and seams created in the sausage. You don't want your cheese to escape. Discard the sheets of wax paper. Next wrap in bacon. I do a basket weave. Next create a pan of aluminum foil to hold the fattie for the first hour of cooking. This will catch the oils that render from the bacon and sausage. Cook on a smoker at 225-250 degrees until the internal temp is at 165 degrees. After the first hour of cooking, remove from the foil pan and set the fattie out on the grates of the smoker until finished cooking. If you use a grill instead of a smoker, be sure to set at low heat(250 degrees max). If it is too hot you will have a fattie do on the outside and raw inside. For smoke flavor in a grill use a smoker box or a foil pack of wood chips and use an apple wood smoked bacon. Be sure to let the fattie cool completely before you slice into it.
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I don't think my doctor would allow me to eat that. But it shore looks good!
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Dont know why pics are in reverse order but you get the idea.
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thats like a "mini epic meal!" so gonna try it....if you haven't look up Epic Meal on youtube
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