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New Year's Fatties
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New Year's Fatties
Well, actually they were cooked Sunday evening, but since the doc has asked me to slow down on my consumption, they are being enjoyed today too.

Gathering the Stuff... notice the shaker of "dust" by T, man that stuff is good on everything. Try it on your eggs some morning.
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Pulled at 165 then tented to cool for an hour
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Hmmm, what to do with these things now???
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Just a little something to keep me goin' during these chilly days. Hope you enjoy the pics...

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01-01-2008 04:38 PM
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Damn! Those look like heaven!
As I have always said, "Ya'll goin to the wrong doctor".
I went to the doc and said, " I eat BBQ 3-4 days a week. Give me the pills that will counter that". She did and it's all good!

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01-01-2008 04:48 PM
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Darn those look good! My wife is standing behind me teasing me. She says the every time I get hungry, I just go here to look at the pics and get my fix. Yummy....
01-01-2008 07:34 PM
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Yo Sampson, man your looking good. Give little Emily a hug from me, and tell her i'll see her on the trail. Good job bro!

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01-01-2008 09:55 PM
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Gee Sampson, dang near next door neighbors and ya don't even give me a holler. :cry: You still ticked off about Vics' pie or what?
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01-02-2008 03:52 PM
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How is it going Sampson? Now I was just wondering how long did you cook those Fatties for? Never had them before and want to try to make them. Thanks buddy!!
01-02-2008 07:45 PM
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Dang that looked good!!!
I'm going to have to try that!

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01-03-2008 08:39 AM
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Thanks for the compliments everyone... As for the question of how long to cook, I do them at about 225-240 for about 2.5 hours, most importantly though I take them to 160 degrees. A buddy of mine, a truck driver passing through Utah, stopped in unexpectedly yesterday morning. I whipped out one of these fatties, sliced it and fried the slices up til the cheese was oozing out and gettin' all brown and crispy, then served with hashbrowns and eggs. Thought that boy would never stop eatin'...

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01-03-2008 04:29 PM
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Looks Great. I'll have to give them a try. Even Better you'll have to make them this spring at my BBQ Open and let everyone try them. Big Grin
01-03-2008 07:30 PM
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Do you deliver?! Good GAWD those looked fantastic.

I'm thinking we ought to have a sausage category at one of the upcoming events...been thinking that for a while, though...

-joe

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01-04-2008 12:40 PM
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Done deal Vic. Have you made any more or firmer plans for that little shindig?

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01-05-2008 04:25 PM
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Re: New Year's Fatties
Sampson,
These looked so good that you inspired me to cook today.
This is what I threw in mine:
rub, onions, green pepper, fresh mushrooms, and chedar/monteray jack cheese.
Smoked up some bacon wrapped smokies for the side.
Man I can feel my arteries bulging already! MMMMM


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01-13-2008 08:18 PM
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Man! You two have got the fatties down pat. Mine taste ok but they ain't near as pretty as yours. I knew I had problems with consistant thickness in the sausage, but after looking at these, I think I'm tryin' to get two pounds of stuffing in a one pound sack. Thanks you two for making MY fatties a little better, but still not as pretty as yours. ( and just by the pictures, they look like they taste better too)

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01-13-2008 08:40 PM
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This is my first attempt at fatties. I think I tried to put to much in them also. I did fry up the veggies before I put them in trying to cut down on the inside shrinkage. I think I had to much in them to get a good seal on the edges. I did roll them up in clear wrap to help form them and then placed them in the freezer for a while to firm up the sausage. I think that helped a lot.
01-13-2008 08:52 PM
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The freezer is a helluva idea. Thanks.

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01-13-2008 08:57 PM
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Is there really such a thing as a "Bad Fattie"?

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01-13-2008 10:34 PM
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Your right. None bad. Just some better than others.

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01-13-2008 11:01 PM
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Sampson, and others
I did a couple of them yesterday morning. But they're more like flatties than fatties. The fillings, brie cheese, fresh sage, red, yellow, green bell peppers, red onion, mushrooms all looked great on the flat, but once it started cooking it went from round to oblong. Heat & weight did this I know, so how do I prevent this in the future?
I'm nibbling on one now between a couple slices of bread, tastes good, just looks not quite so good.
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01-14-2008 09:31 AM
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I usually freeze or fridge til firm, that helps but if you notice most people's fatties are somewhat flattened. Now where's the pics???

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I threw my veggies in the fry pan first. If you put them in raw, they will shrink when they cook and cause the top to cave in. Just my opinion.
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01-14-2008 10:31 AM
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I did put my veggies in raw. If I do these again I'll saute' them first.
Thanks, DOD
01-14-2008 11:52 AM
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I think that sauteing or carmalizing the onion, etc gives a better flavor also...

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01-14-2008 12:00 PM
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Hey you guys in Logan..........I am on my way up there in few. Are there any BBQ joints over there that I could get some lunch at?
Thanks,
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01-14-2008 01:06 PM
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Well I'm not sure... There is no bona fide Q joint in town, I think tho that Randy, one of the Q'sters is selling his stuff out of a deli over on 10th west... If Gene reads this I think he's actually been there, I haven't. Rumor is that Gene also knows a place to get a good "McRib"!!!

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That wouldn't happen to be the Randy that had the place down on the South end of town that is now a coffee shop is it? I ate there a few times.
Aprox where is the place your talking about?
So Gene, how about those PPP"s (pressed pork patties) ?
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01-14-2008 01:39 PM
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