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    Smoked a fatty

    Smoked a couple of fatties for me and my techs. We had a webinar on Thursday and thought it would be great for lunch. The fatties are stuffed with eggs and cheese. I sliced them up and put them on English muffins with holladaise sauce. Smoke them at 250 degrees for 3 hours with jack daniels wood chips. Enjoy, Steve
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    Thanks Smurphy. I'm going to try those,they look god awful delicious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ACFIXR View Post
    Thanks Smurphy. I'm going to try those,they look god awful delicious.
    They are awesome. Check out smokingmeatforum.com You can put anything in them. I think I saw one with apples and pancakes in one. One word of advise, use thin bacon for the wrap. Thick bacon is just too much and you can fell a heart attack coming on.
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    Thanks for the lead on the forum, I joined!
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    And for dessert 80mg Lipitor.

    After all that work please tell me the holladaise was home made.

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    Im gonna try one. What is the meat ratio? 1lb of ground to 1lb of bacon? I usually use apple and cherry simply because they are abundant up here. We dont have any Bass Pro Shops so i have to order the Jack Daniels chips online. Ive used them before and they are awesome.

    Im thinking of using chedder and pepper jack cheese.
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    Can you please post a vegan version of that recipe? Thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by DLZ Dan View Post
    Im gonna try one. What is the meat ratio? 1lb of ground to 1lb of bacon? I usually use apple and cherry simply because they are abundant up here. We dont have any Bass Pro Shops so i have to order the Jack Daniels chips online. Ive used them before and they are awesome.

    Im thinking of using chedder and pepper jack cheese.
    Yes 1 lb and 1lb. I just used the jack Daniels because my girlfriend bought me a bag for Christmas. Also, Christmas morning I made a couple with ground venison which turned out awesome too. Next time I make em, I'm going the spread the cheese out on the sausage more, so there will be cheese in every bite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dijit View Post
    Can you please post a vegan version of that recipe? Thx
    Wrap a lettuce leaf around a carrot and secure with a smoked toothpick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smurphy View Post
    Smoked a couple of fatties for me and my techs. We had a webinar on Thursday and thought it would be great for lunch. The fatties are stuffed with eggs and cheese. I sliced them up and put them on English muffins with holladaise sauce. Smoke them at 250 degrees for 3 hours with jack daniels wood chips. Enjoy, Steve
    Nice Job. If there is any left over, does it reheat well or does it fall apart?

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    It reheats good. The only problem is there is hardly any leftovers. My son ate what was left and he tore it up.
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    That looks yummy, going to have to try that in a Dutch Oven.
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