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Old 05-04-2007, 08:09 PM   #1
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Attempting a Supreme Party Size Fatty

Well after the suggestions today I got to playing in my kitchen tonight.

First I took some sausage meat and mixed in a bit of maple syrup:




Then I took a spring form pan and placed an empty cream cheese container in the middle, after spreading out the sausage I then made a grove all around.




Then I filled it with a mixture of cream cheese chives cheddar and some rub.




Since I forgot to buy the jalape√Īos earlier I spread some ground chipotles around for a bit of heat.



I sauteed some vidalia onions and filled up the rest of the cavity.




I topped it all off with another layer of sausage.




It is now chilling till tomorrow when I will wrap the whole thing in bacon, rub it and then off to my WSM.

I can't wait!
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Old 05-04-2007, 09:09 PM   #2
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Wow, I can't wait for the finished pics. Cool idea.
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Oh yeah...sounds like a heart attack special...can't wait to see the results...
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Ain't nothin' timid about you, Diva.

That has the potential of becoming a real classic, something to be known reverently as The Diva Supreme.

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It takes a lot to reach the ranks of methods and food ideas named after you. I hope it turns out good.
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That looks like it's going to be great.
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Old 05-05-2007, 07:29 AM   #7
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How can you wait? No way I could sleep knowing that was in the
fridge.
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Ain't nothin' timid about you, Diva.

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I was thinking more like the Diva Deluxe
Is it on yet.....
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Looks great Diva. Thanks for the pics!
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Well had to go garage saleing this morning sorry for the delay. Wsm is all fired up !

Just wrapped it in 2.5 lbs of bacon took more than I thought to get it completely covered. I needed longer bacon.




It looks like a big bacon donut.

Firmed up nicely overnight.

We also have some beef ribs to try on the WSM for the first time.
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