? about cooking a fattie

Discussion in 'Fatties' started by mrflames, Sep 12, 2008.

  1. mrflames

    mrflames Newbie

    i dont have a smoker yet and it will be a few months before i get the money saved up to buy one. so i was wondering if you can cook one of these things on a grill. i was thining maybe if i put it off to one side and left the heat on low.


    just wondering


    thanks anthony
     
  2. smoke freak

    smoke freak StickBurners

    Yup. Tex has it right. You can even add smoke with a foil pack. Good luck.
     
  3. solar

    solar Smoking Fanatic SMF Premier Member

    You can even, dare I say, cook one in the, um, hard to spell,..... uvon, of course there will be no smokey goodness.

    What type of smoker are you looking for? I got my SnP for $50 out of the the news paper.
     
  4. richoso1

    richoso1 Smoking Guru OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    What he said, indirect heat can do the trick, you might have to watch it a little closer. Good luck and enjoy the FATTY of the land.
     
  5. mrflames

    mrflames Newbie

    i will try it this week
     
  6. mrflames

    mrflames Newbie

    trying one now i will let you know how it comes out
     
  7. mrflames

    mrflames Newbie

    well i did my frist one this way i think i let it sit on there to long it was good but alittle dry plus i had a blow out at one end. anyway it was the frist one so now on to the next one
     
  8. wutang

    wutang Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

    Blowouts are ok-they still taste good. How about a pic??
     
  9. Mr,

    Here's one I just did on my Weber gasser.
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    Start out with ingredients - fresh basil from my herb garden - yum!
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    I did the techniques here, then put it on a cast iron griddle with a chunk o' or sticka hickory.
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    Spectacular Product Failure - but who cares, works just fine
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    use a loooong spatula![​IMG]
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    Trim the yukky looking stuff away - donate the blow-out cheese to the Grill Gods and serve! Totally good and in the gas grill for about 30-45 minutes on high heat - those chunks give plenty of smoke flavor and in a pinch, this works! [​IMG]

    Enjoy! Brad
     
  10. Flamey,

    Look at Wal Mart and Lowe's, Menard's, etc for a GOSM - regular price is about 97 at Wally, may be on sale - this IMHO - is a great smoker for the mulah.
     

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