I made some “Rogue Brats” It was my first time making a beef based sausage. The majority of the meat was beef, then some pork and pork fat, some cheddar, blue cheese, seasoned as a brat with some chorizo spice. Yes WTF are these things, beef based, spicy, cheesy, brats?. Hence the name the Rogue Brat. The players:
Home made Rogue Brats, Peppers, Onions, and a German Dunkel Beer. I started with 4 Beers, 2 cups chicken broth, one onion, and a head of garlic (crushed). I let it boil for a few to partially cook the onions, then let it cool to 150 degrees and then put the Rogue Brats in.
After the swim in the onions and Dunkel they got a good grill in my cast iron skillet.
Meanwhile I had some rolls toasting for garlic bread, and some spatzel and butter cooking to create a great meal. I topped the sandwiches with some sautéed green peppers and onions.
Served with some River Horse Hippolantern Imperial Pumpkin Beer.