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Old 05-10-2013, 09:34 PM   #1
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Default Bratwust burgers on the Stok grates

So i fired up the OTG with the Stok grates installed, to see how they worked. I did Bratwurst burgers again as we really like them I bought the Stok grates at Cabela's. I used Stubbs natural briquets for the first time, i like them they get HOT!! I started not even a full chimney and once going i put them in the baskets and closed the lid. I came out with the food and the lid thermo was over 500deg this was with all the vents open, closed the bottom vent to about 1/2 open. Ok enough chitchat and onto the pictures, sorry no plated pictures

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Old 05-10-2013, 09:38 PM   #2
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Old 05-10-2013, 09:51 PM   #3
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Looking good!
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Looks great. I almost forgot about the Stok grills are they still in business, man that was a real flash in the pan a few summers ago.
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Old 05-10-2013, 10:22 PM   #5
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I love brat burgers. I like those grates.
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Looks great. I almost forgot about the Stok grills are they still in business, man that was a real flash in the pan a few summers ago.
They had a good size display with grates and inserts for the middle of the grate.
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Looking good and tasty!
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I just bought some o' those brat burgers. I see them in my futures as work day lunches right after the Petit Jean Bologna runs out in a couple of days.
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Ron, I am partial to brat burgers myself. First time I had them was when me and my KA sausage stuffer wasn't seeing eye to eye on how to do things and the KA won out. It is a shame when ya get beat by a machine.. Nice looking grill though.
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Seems like an oxymoron, a bratwurst burger, especially the first few times you have them. They turn out great and work well when you are having a mixture of brats and burgers.
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I have never cooked a brat burger. Do you buy the meat or mix it yourself?
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I have never cooked a brat burger. Do you buy the meat or mix it yourself?
I grind my own meat, then season it. To me, it tastes better than anything you can buy.
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I have never cooked a brat burger. Do you buy the meat or mix it yourself?
The ones i make are pre-made frozen patties.
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Old 05-13-2013, 12:53 AM   #14
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I grind my own meat, then season it. To me, it tastes better than anything you can buy.
How about a separate post or at least a recipe!!!
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