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  1. william mai, german not chinna
    February 6, 2014

    I have a Pitts & Spits smoker. Grate is 24 X 36 with a water pan under it. I have yet to hear about using one from any body.
    Mine is 12 yrs. old & doing great. It has moved to 3 houses, now in St Augustine, FL.
    It has a grill on 1 side.
    I also have it hooked up to a 100 gal propane tank.
    It has done briskets, chicken & much more.
    Bill

  2. Leesa
    February 3, 2014

    Jeff,
    I have an electric pellet smoker that I really like. Please include info. for me too.
    I know they are mentioned, and are a bit easier to use!
    Thanks,
    LT

  3. LeeAnn
    January 5, 2014

    Happy New Year! These Fatties were a RIDICULOUS hit at my house!! Listen, I'm a "foodie", my whole family is my ginea pig oyster, and we loved these fatties! I scour the net for new, interesting receipes, to which I then change, and make my own. Rarely do I actually follow instructions; therefore, I rarely leave comments because I can't stand when people criticize someone's personalized receipe and leave a negative remark – DUH! But, alas, I don't have a smoker… :( It's on my Anniversary short-list for gifts, from the husband. However, I do have a kick-butt grill which I use to make most of our families meals on indirect heat – so this can be done without a smoker! Yet, my husband tried this at work (someone had made a large batch to share), and he said it had a killer flavor, and that guy had a smoker… We do what we can… So I followed the receipe to a 'T', except for the smoker, and the bbq sauce and rub, which I didn't buy – but I'm a skeptic cause I make my own sauces and rubs and wanted to try this creation with my own ingredients, which I know the fam loves. Next, I will purchase the receipe for the rub and sauce because I can see ya'll know what you're doin! So, aside from the absolute melt-in-your-mouth delectability, which is this oh-so-moist and perfectly done meat, I had a short note to add. This receipe is for 2 Full Size Fatties … my family of 6 was rubbin their bellies after the first! One was enough for us! And if you want all the Fattie and nothing else – skip the baked potato (our favorite side), cause it soaks up too much room which is better left for the Fattie Goodness!

    Thanks for this KILLER receipe! 

    Cheers!

  4. John
    July 1, 2013

    Hey Jeff did the fatties this weekend and they turned out amazing. I was going to crisp up the bacon using the oven but the wife forgot to turn the oven on for your shredded potato recipe so I ended up using my grill to crisp the fatties at it work great. 

  5. Scott Everett
    June 20, 2013

    Making "my version" of a fattie this weekend for a big family swimming party.  My version is like yours but I use regular ground beef and when we slice it we put it on buns and eat it like a burger.  I got RAVE reviews last time I did it!  Your rub and barbeque sauce made the difference!  Thanks for all you do!

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