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Beer, SauerKraut, jalapeno Brats

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Fresh brats from the local meat market simmering in onions, beer, mustard and coriander. Simmer for 15-20 minutes then put brats directly on the grill until golden brown. Put brats back into the hot bath for 5-10 minutes then add 1 lb of Sauerkraut and 2 chopped jalapenos. Let simmer for 3-5 more minutes. Delicious! 

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Good lord big D does that look good. A buddy of mine mentioned that meat market more than once.  And in cast iron to boot. 

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I'm gonna have to try the beer and mustard thing.....

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Man that looks great!  I would drink that juice like it was a new elixir of youth.  Who knows maybe it is Dave.....    

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46 minutes ago, LindellProStaf said:

Man that looks great!  I would drink that juice like it was a new elixir of youth.  Who knows maybe it is Dave.....    

I don't know if it will give you eternal youth but my wife was drinking it up like soup.

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I always call the post-grilling bath the "beer brat hot tub." It's always seemed to add a whole new level to brats.

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On ‎5‎/‎30‎/‎2016 at 5:26 PM, RebelSS said:

I'm gonna have to try the beer and katchup thing.....

there I fixed it for you reb!!!!!!!!!:P

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29 minutes ago, RebelSS said:

Why you sneaky little blue.....%$#%$@!@ 

Hehehehe!!!!:P:D

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:P:lol: got any other posts you  need fixed up!:grin:

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yuo ccan ffigure out how to do that but u ccant post a picture.????:confused::confused:

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21 hours ago, Boar said:

yuo ccan ffigure out how to do that but u ccant post a picture.????:confused::confused:

Am I the only one that occasionally wonders what Boars native tongue is?

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15 minutes ago, Pat K said:

Am I the only one that occasionally wonders what Boars native tongue is?

It's actually on the Kensington Runestone.....Boaraneese.  If he had lived during the WW II era, they coulda used him as a code talker.  :grin:

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14 hours ago, leech~~ said:

It's really not very nice to make fun of stutter typers. :(

That's right!

 

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4 hours ago, Boar said:

adeeba adeeba adeeba. thats all.smokes!

Boar.......I can actually read your post......some times this place  really is Porky Pig and Loony Tunes. Of course the young guys probably don't know what we are talking about.

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