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Unread 06-27-2007, 05:36 PM   #1
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Anyone use baths to keep grilled/cooked burgers and brats warm & moist until serving? Our standard bath is beer and white onions. Those are the best burgers when you use some of the onions from the bath.

What are some of your bath recipes.
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Try throwing a little beef base in as well.
"Better than beef" beef base.
One place I used to work, we called 'em floaters.
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I use the onion and beer bath for brats, but I've never put burgers in the liquid before.
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Anyone use baths to keep grilled/cooked burgers and brats warm & moist until serving? Our standard bath is beer and white onions. Those are the best burgers when you use some of the onions from the bath.

What are some of your bath recipes.


Hmm..favorite bath recipes....1 serving of a blonde, 4 oz's of Bombay, a splash of vermouth and a splash of olive juice...shaken not stirred!
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I would have thought bathing burgers was a bad idea too until I had them in Prairie du Chien. Can't wait til August to get some more.
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Gonna have to try that one.
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Anyone use baths to keep grilled/cooked burgers and brats warm

Eeeeeeeeewwwwwww!!! Brats - Yes, Burgers a big no no!!! All the chargrilled yummy bits would be softened and ruined throwing them into a bath!!
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Never heard of a burger bath

For brats - butter, beer, and a sweet onion (vidalia).
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For brats - butter, beer, and a sweet onion (vidalia).
That is exactly what I use for brats. The smell is unreal!!!

My burgers don't have time to take a bath... they go right on the bun
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We did a fund raiser not too long ago. When we had burgers ready ahead of orders we soaked them in beef broth.

Or like Joe said, use a base. I think he meant "better than bullion" beef base.
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This stuff.

http://www.superiortouch.com/btb.htm
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Hmm..favorite bath recipes....1 serving of a blonde, 4 oz's of Bombay, a splash of vermouth and a splash of olive juice...shaken not stirred!

That sounds like a great bath to me

For Brats I do beer, onion, garlic, butter and kraut (no offense intended here...see motley que) Then the kraut & onions go on the brat...
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Can someone explain a food 'bath' for me.
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Can someone explain a food 'bath' for me.
It's a means of keeping food warm after it has been cooked without it drying out.
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Can someone explain a food 'bath' for me.
You can put your liquid for the bath in a cooler, crock pot, or pot/pan on the grill. Great way to keep burgers and brats warm until people are ready to eat. Excellent method when you are serving for big groups.

I do agree with Carbon Toe that they do taste different than purely grilled burgers because the some of the grilled flavor washes off. Its a different taste, but really good as well.
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