Tuesday, March 1, 2011

A Fatty Sandwich

I smoked a stuffed fatty (stuffed and smoked sausage) a little while back and tried to decide whether to eat it or freeze it, at which point I discovered a piece of one in the freezer that I’d smoked in December. This made the decision - freeze the whole new one eat the partial old one.

I usually just slice and re-heat then side or top with an egg, but for this meal I opted to try it as a sandwich. A stuffed fatty is, after all, just a cooked loaf of meat with other things in it, as is meat loaf – and I love meatloaf sandwiches and I love breakfast sandwiches.

While I like my meatloaf sandwiches cold, I thought the fatty would be better hot. So I sliced off a couple of pieces, trimmed them to fit the bread and nuked for about 45 seconds.

I also like onion and cheese on my meatloaf sandwiches and even though the fatty had both in it, I decided to top with a little more – I subscribe to the “no such thing as too much cheese” philosophy.  Sorry abut the brightness.

After another 30 second nuke job, I assembled the sandwich.

It was an outstanding way to begin a very busy day.

Have a good one and thanks for stopping by.



  1. Hearty is an understatement. Looks delicious Larry.

  2. I want to take a big bite out of that last picture. Oh, if I only had reach in and snatch on my computer!!!

  3. Oh man does that look so good! You are right, that is a great way to start your day.

  4. You have the right philosophy. There is no such thing as too much cheese.


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