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    Posted: 22 Jun 2013 at 9:00pm
 
They come in 5 varieties---Italian sausage, 2 different kinds of bratwurst, and 2 different kinds of hamburgers---all preformed patties good for the grill or the skillet.  Each 2 lb box contains 6 patties---so that's 1/3 lb per patty.  I got the Italian sausage patties.  Damned good.  I put spaghetti sauce on them instead of ketchup.
 
It also helped that they were on sale from $8.99 to $6.99, and with that I got the following for free...
 
a 24 oz Del Monte ketchup
a package of 8 hamburger buns
a 2-liter bottle of soda
a large bag of kettle chips
 
So, this was a great deal---about $15 worth of stuff (stuff I'd use anyway) for $7.  If not for this deal, I may not have tried the Johnsonville product.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

 

They come in 5 varieties---Italian sausage, 2 different kinds of bratwurst, and 2 different kinds of hamburgers---all preformed patties good for the grill or the skillet.  Each 2 lb box contains 6 patties---so that's 1/3 lb per patty.  I got the Italian sausage patties.  Damned good.  I put spaghetti sauce on them instead of ketchup.

 

It also helped that they were on sale from $8.99 to $6.99, and with that I got the following for free...

 

a 24 oz Del Monte ketchup

a package of 8 hamburger buns

a 2-liter bottle of soda

a large bag of kettle chips

 

So, this was a great deal---about $15 worth of stuff (stuff I'd use anyway) for $7.  If not for this deal, I may not have tried the Johnsonville product.

 

 


I haven't seen the patties. I'm sorry but I can't help chuckling when I purchase big fat sausages from Johnsonville.
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We tried the patties, I like the traditional beer brats. Boil them , throw them on the grill.
The wife has a great potatoe salad to go with the brats.
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When I get brats, I always go with Johnsonville.  I've had their Italian sausage too, and loved it.

Brats are just fine plain and sometimes I'll eat them that way, but usually I like to top them with mustard & banana pepper rings.  Friggin' delicious Big smile
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^  Yeah, I don't think I'd ever buy the bratwurst patties.  I could be wrong (as I don't buy brats much) but I don't think it's even worth the cost, considering traditional bratwurst is pretty cheap compared to beef or Ital sausage.
 
 
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Johnsonville also has Cheddar Brats, but I've never gotten those.  I just get either original or the beer brats. 

And thanks Thor for starting this thread ... I now know what I'll be having for dinner tonight LOL Brats are sounding very good right about now. 

I'll have to give these Grillers a shot, but I don't recall ever seeing them before at the store I shop at.  I'll look though.
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I cooked two sausage ones yesterday.  Put 'em on buns with spaghetti sauce.  I ate one yesterday, hot.  The other one, I've been nibbling at today, cold.  I like cold burgers, especially when the bun's gotten a bit soggy.
 
 
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EWWWW soggy buns!!! Thor, I thought you were a gourmet! Sick
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Originally posted by Big Momma Big Momma wrote:

EWWWW soggy buns!!! Thor, I thought you were a gourmet! Sick
 
 
But you oughta taste the sauce that the buns are soggy with!  Like Ronzoni, it's sono buoni!  LOL
 
 
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^^ I can't watch those disgusting hot dog eating contests (not just because the whole idea is friggin' stupid) for the fact that they soak the bun in water and stuff it in their mouth, then drink from the same cup to wash it down while the soggy crap is dribbling out of their mouths.   DeadSick
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Hot dogs are good until I reach a certain point.  Once I'm full, they become downright disgusting.  So, yeah---those hot dog eating contests gross me out, too.  But I do like the announcer, George Shea.  He's f*cking great!  My morning radio talk guys reference him often.  They once interviewed him (which spared me having to actually see the competition). 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by Big Momma Big Momma wrote:

EWWWW soggy buns!!! Thor, I thought you were a gourmet! Sick
 
 
But you oughta taste the sauce that the buns are soggy with!  Like Ronzoni, it's sono buoni!  LOL
 
 

Ohhhhh!! that's different! When I think of soggy buns, I picture damp, clammy rolls that will be moldy soon.
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Originally posted by lkl005 lkl005 wrote:



We tried the patties, I like the traditional beer brats. Boil them , throw them on the grill.
The wife has a great potatoe salad to go with the brats.


I use the same concept but in reverse. I put a little color on them in a pan or on the grill then boil. Please post the potato salad recipe.
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Pretty basic stuff. Cook diced potato, hard boiled egg. Add onion, miracle whip. Sprinkle paprika after mixing. Mama said she put a little salt and pepper on there also.
Your measurements will vary with taste and number of portions. 
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