Lost these pictures but just found them! Was a really good fattie! Brought home a tray full of leftovers from a snack platter and thought it would go good in a fattie. The ground meat is a mixture of lean ground pork and ground turkey. I'm not a huge fan of most sausage available around here, I find it too greasy. It's 2 500 gram packages of meat bought from Walmart so just the ground meat alone is 1Kg, or about 2.2lb. I mixed it up with 3 TBS of Jeff's rub, a good blob of Canadian Club hickory BBQ sauce and 1 TBS dried minced onion. The sausage inside is turkey kielbasa and there is a layer of mozzarella and a layer of marble cheddar cheese. Of course the obligatory 2 strips of bacon. Here it is rolled and wrapped with a full pound of applewood smoked bacon and sprinkled with more rub ready to go in the MES. And here is the finished product. Cooked it to 165F with a mixture of apple and hickory @ 275F. It was a huge success! It was about 3.5lbs when done. I make them big! lol! I cook my fatties on screens I pick up from the dollar store. They are strainers for draining pots. I cut the handle off and they work great. I usually get about 3 uses from them and then throw them away...they only cost me $1 each anyway. I get quite the looks when I go in and clean the shelf out. The most I got at one time was 13. My wife really liked the turkey kielbasa inside this one and there was a lot of cheese! Unfortunately I don't have a picture of a cut or a plated picture. Was served with crispy potato wedges and Ceasar salad.