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Old 05-14-2006, 06:17 PM   #1
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Mothers Day Fatties

Did a couple of fatties yesterday to enjoy for mothers day. Heres a few pictures of the whole process.






The roasted peppers added this time were a great addition!
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Very Nice Nick !! =P~ =P~
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The slices are centerfold material =D> =D> =P~
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Oh Yeah =P~
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Now that is a fatty!!!!
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Old 05-15-2006, 01:43 AM   #6
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Damn Nick, those look freekin' great, I've got to try those. GREAT JOB!!!!!!

How about some details of the cook, time, temp, wood type etc.
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Started with 3 1/2 lbs Italian sausage, 1/2 lb. prosciutto, 3/4 lb provolone and 1 small jar roasted red peppers. Used 1/2 of the above for each fattie. Smoked them at 220* until the internal temp was 170*, about 2 hours. Used hickory for smoke.
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I'm speechless Nick! Wow!
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That looks like something I would invent!
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