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Old 04-30-2010, 03:24 PM   #11
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Because if you grill raw and your fire is too hot it can make the sausage split and it can be messy.
So it's insurance for people who can't grill properly???
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Old 04-30-2010, 03:27 PM   #12
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So it's insurance for people who can't grill properly???

Wow! Let me help you with the comically giant slapping hand sir.
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there goes another one.
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Old 04-30-2010, 03:52 PM   #14
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Here's what I do:

I build me fire on either end of the grill. Keep the ash pan a little low but not all the way down. Put a drip pan in the center and put a bottle or two of Strongbow in; you can use apple juice or another hard cider if Strongbow isn't available.

Next, drink a Strongbow. Put sausages on grill in the center. I stick a probe in one to watch the temps. Drink a Strongbow.

Once your sausage is to your happy zone temperaturewise I raise the coals up, slide the middle grates and turn the sausages a couple times to get a bit o crisp. Pull, cover, drink a Strongbow.

Eat.
got it sounds like a plan. One question, who scoops up the cook?
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there goes another one.
And away we go....
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got it sounds like a plan. One question, who scoops up the cook?
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I don't remember that part.
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I don't remember that part.
After that I wouldn't know my name
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Seriously though.. the hard cider leaves a nice apple undertone. And with the indirect grilling I have not had burst brats.
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Seriously though.. the hard cider leaves a nice apple undertone. And with the indirect grilling I have not had burst brats.
They really sound good. will do and thank you
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Here in brat-land (I'm w/i spitting distance of Wisconsin, land of the brats as America knows them) everyone I know steams them in beer, then finishes them on the grill. I grew up part of my life in Germany, and there, if I'm remembering correctly, they were always simply steamed.
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