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charby

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Blue Cheese skinless brats
« on: April 02, 2021, 10:32:53 PM »

Finally getting warm enough where I don't freeze grilling out.

I got a meat locker I visit when I am in that town, they make regular and skinless brats for retail sale. They always keep a pack or 2 for me in the back freezer in case they sell out in the display case.

Skinless brats became a thing in Iowa 5-6 years ago, when a locker in Holstein, IA called Tiefenthaler's created them, think a really big breakfast skinless breakfast link. You put them on the grill frozen and grill until done. I still like regular pork intestine stuffed brats, but seems you can get different flavors in the skinless ones.

https://www.tqmeats.com/product-category/skinless-bratwurst/

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Re: Blue Cheese skinless brats
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2021, 08:50:36 AM »

Man, another example of fine Midwest meat culture that we just don't have in the Pacific NW.
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