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Fatties

LambchopsLambchops Posts: 166
edited 12:11AM in EggHead Forum
What is a fatty?

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  • Scroll down to about post #160-162 or 163. You'll see them in action. It's a whole tube of country sausage either Jimmy Dean, or Bob Evans. Very tasty. Smiles to you.
  • MtnBlueMtnBlue Posts: 109
    Follow the link below and scroll down past the poll to see a full description with photos of Fatties.

    http://playingwithfireandsmoke.blogspot.com/1991/03/sausage-fatties.html

    I'm new to the BGE and when I first heard about Fatties, I honestly didn't think they would be very good. I thought they would be greasy. But I got to taste one at a recent cooking class at the BGE headquarters and it was very tasty and not greasy at all. Bobby used a maple flavored Jimmy Dean sausage roll for that one. I'm going to try it myself soon.
  • Thanks guys. I am going to try that, it sounds great.
  • thirdeyethirdeye Posts: 7,428
    Today I took 4 fatties into work, sliced. I heated up 36 of those little Kings Hawaiian rolls which are perfect for one slice. 10 guys polished off 34 sausage sandwiches in about 20 minutes.
    Happy Trails
    ~thirdeye~

    Barbecue is not rocket surgery
  • MtnBlueMtnBlue Posts: 109
    I was wondering how Fatties were served. At the cooking class we just ate a slice plain. It was awful good like that. I saw where someone else mentioned making sausage biscuits with them and of course you can stuff them. So you can also do sausage sandwiches/sliders!

    I think it would also be good to put some fattie slices on a sub roll with sauteed onions and peppers and maybe some cheese. Yum!

    Any other ideas?
  • thirdeyethirdeye Posts: 7,428
    throwdownfatty9.jpg

    Don't forget breakfast. Thin slices are also good on pizza.

    I made an appetizer tray once with slices, some had different kinds of mustard on them, some crumbles of blue cheese, some with a red sauce..... I jokingly told one gal they were a French appetizer called "fa-tays". She said "yes, they go so well with wine". :laugh:
    Happy Trails
    ~thirdeye~

    Barbecue is not rocket surgery
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