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BSea
10-13-2010, 10:47
I found out about these on bbq-brethren.com (http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/index.php). Basically, you use a pound of breakfast sausage & add whatever makes you happy today (pun intended).:smiley5: 1st, roll out the sausage into a rectangle, add ingredients, and roll back up. Cook on a smoker till the center is about 170. I've done them low & slow, and at about 350. Either way works fine.

Here's one I did recently. It was a little different in that I used sausage, ground round, and a small piece of tenderloin for the middle. To that I rolled in mushrooms, some chopped onions & blue cheese. I only used about 1/2 pound of sausage, and only on the outside since I didn't want to overcook the tenderloin in the middle.

http://i123.photobucket.com/albums/o320/BSea/BBQ/P1010504.jpg


Here's more of a traditional one being put together with jalapenos, onions, bacon, mushrooms, red bell pepper, and I don't know what else.

http://i123.photobucket.com/albums/o320/BSea/BBQ/P1010529.jpg


Here is a picture of 3 of them on the grill. One is with a bacon wrap. You are only limited by your imagination.

http://i123.photobucket.com/albums/o320/BSea/BBQ/P1010532.jpg

chinacat46
10-13-2010, 10:56
Now this is a fatty. :smilie39:
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dawnvip
10-13-2010, 11:35
My kid would love it if I made that... He's a "meat-atarian"

BSea
10-13-2010, 11:48
I usually make a few for football tailgate parties, and we eat them before the game. They are pre-cooked, then sliced, warmed on a hot plate & put on an english muffin. Much better than any McMuffin.:xomunch:

Hey dawnvip, if your kid likes pizza, you can make a pizza one using your fav pizza ingredients. Just don't over do the sauce.

mocepts
10-13-2010, 13:24
These look disgustingly delicious.

scubastud
10-13-2010, 13:26
Aww rats.. thought this was a marijuana thread.

that does look yummy though.

brojack17
10-13-2010, 13:39
Hah stud. That was my first thought too. Same basic principle as a Terducken. Looks good to me.

navyhmc
10-13-2010, 14:59
I'm not 100% sure, but I think someone posted that a while back...my arteries haven't softened up yet from just looking at it that time....Suddenly, I feel like one of the super fans from SNL. YouTube - Da Super fans (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d32OeqbYbHg)

BSea
10-13-2010, 15:05
I'm not 100% sure, but I think someone posted that a while back...my arteries haven't softened up yet from just looking at it that time....Suddenly, I feel like one of the super fans from SNL. YouTube - Da Super fans (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d32OeqbYbHg)You know what, I think I did post this awhile back. I get my forums confused. Especially when they have something totally off topic.

EDIT: Ok, I did make a post about it in the "What do you Like to Smoke" thread, but not in detail of how they are made. But I did use the same pic of it sliced open.

Bigg_Budd
10-13-2010, 15:06
check this out: Bacon Explosion: The BBQ Sausage Recipe of all Recipes (http://www.bbqaddicts.com/blog/recipes/bacon-explosion/)

navyhmc
10-13-2010, 15:07
Still looks good....whoops, there goes another artery....:smiley36:

mocepts
10-13-2010, 15:08
Y'all need this website:

This Is Why You're Fat | Where dreams become heart attacks. (http://www.thisiswhyyourefat.com/)

Lulubelle
10-13-2010, 15:09
Aww rats.. thought this was a marijuana thread.

that does look yummy though.

:smilie39: Me too. I think the meat looks vile. I wonder if those who eat it have ever seen sausage being MADE. I have. Done with sausage now.

navyhmc
10-13-2010, 15:12
Y'all need this website:

This Is Why You're Fat | Where dreams become heart attacks. (http://www.thisiswhyyourefat.com/)

Some of those look like they could kill a small nation!

BSea
10-13-2010, 15:27
:smilie39: Me too. I think the meat looks vile. I wonder if those who eat it have ever seen sausage being MADE. I have. Done with sausage now.

I've heard the same thing about ketchup & other things. The truth is that most things that are mass produced would probably make most people sick if they saw how it was made. Personally, I try not to think about it.

And by the way Bigg_Budd. I'll be making one of those for the Ole Miss game in a few weeks.:smiley30::smiley30::smiley30:

brojack17
10-13-2010, 15:41
:smilie39: Me too. I think the meat looks vile. I wonder if those who eat it have ever seen sausage being MADE. I have. Done with sausage now.

That's the beauty of it. I don't have to see how it's prepared. Ahhh the magic of mass production.

scubagirlj
10-13-2010, 16:26
looks suspiciously like the meatloaf i make-make meatloaf from whatever trips your trigger(beef,pork,veal,turkey, chicken- alone or mixed,with packet of lipton onion soup mix, progresso bread crumbs,a beaten egg, pepper, no need for salt as its in the soup mix), roll out into rectangle on saran wrap-place slices of ham & whatever cheese you want in middle of rectangle(plus sundried tomatoes, olives, peppers, onions, whatever)-lift edge of saran wrap to help roll meat loaf tight-pinch down ends(haha)-place on baking sheet (i like to do it on a rack so it doesn't sit in grease) in a 350 oven for 45-60 mins

BSea
10-13-2010, 16:36
looks suspiciously like the meatloaf i make-make meatloaf from whatever trips your trigger(beef,pork,veal,turkey, chicken- alone or mixed,with packet of lipton onion soup mix, progresso bread crumbs,a beaten egg, pepper, no need for salt as its in the soup mix), roll out into rectangle on saran wrap-place slices of ham & whatever cheese you want in middle of rectangle(plus sundried tomatoes, olives, peppers, onions, whatever)-lift edge of saran wrap to help roll meat loaf tight-pinch down ends(haha)-place on baking sheet (i like to do it on a rack so it doesn't sit in grease) in a 350 oven for 45-60 minsTrue, it looks like meatloaf, but slow cooking it over a hickory or pecan fire gives it a whole new flavor. I guess it's kinda a guy thing. Plus, I use a rib rub (forgot that ingredient earlier).

EDIT: OOOHH!! Sun dried tomatoes. I'll have to add that too!

scubagirlj
10-13-2010, 17:33
:smilie39: Me too. I think the meat looks vile. I wonder if those who eat it have ever seen sausage being MADE. I have. Done with sausage now.
and to think, i eat & like scrapple(its a philadelphia area thing, we had it every sunday AM with pancakes cause M & D were from philly main line originally)-don't want to even know whats in it

Attrayant
10-14-2010, 12:43
I'd like to try that, but no smoker. :smiley13: Any idea how that would work on a grill?

scubagirlj
10-14-2010, 14:00
True, it looks like meatloaf, but slow cooking it over a hickory or pecan fire gives it a whole new flavor. I guess it's kinda a guy thing. Plus, I use a rib rub (forgot that ingredient earlier).

EDIT: OOOHH!! Sun dried tomatoes. I'll have to add that too!

see, men CAN learn!!(sorry, couldn't help myself)

chinacat46
10-14-2010, 14:11
see, men CAN learn!!(sorry, couldn't help myself)

Did you think we were born with all this knowledge?

scubagirlj
10-14-2010, 14:16
Did you think we were born with all this knowledge?
there are some that act like it....

chinacat46
10-14-2010, 14:27
there are some that act like it....

Your right but then I know a few women like that too.

TJDiver
10-15-2010, 07:21
:smilie39: Me too. I think the meat looks vile. I wonder if those who eat it have ever seen sausage being MADE. I have. Done with sausage now.

Don't sweat the sausage, Lulu. If you got a good look at behind-the-scenes in many restuarants, you'd never dine out again. :smiley29:

navyhmc
10-15-2010, 14:23
Don't sweat the sausage, Lulu. If you got a good look at behind-the-scenes in many restuarants, you'd never dine out again. :smiley29:

After doing some mess hall inspections in the Army and Navy, I can fully agree with that!

davepoff
01-31-2011, 19:10
Bacon, Yummy!