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Old 01-09-2005, 09:54 AM   #21
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Brats soaked in beer and then grilled and then topped with kraut. YUMMY
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Brats soaked in beer and then grilled and then topped with kraut. YUMMY
Thats how I do my Johnsonville brats. Mmmm. Maybe I will do this for the Green Bay Packers/Vikequeens :P game today
Without the kraut :|
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Brats are certainly "good" at "least", Polish "Kransky's" are likewise good...

Has no one out there tried "Brockwurst" (ie the beef sausage equivalent of Bratwurst?)

Really good stuff! "HOT" mustard, please, and leave the "honey" out of it!

Again, your choice of "boiled, broiled or grilled", but I'll go with either boiled or grilled...

Can't believe these are not "standard" October fare...try 'em with perogies....

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