August 10th, 2009, 02:04 PM #1
NFL pre-season kick off bbq
hehehe been waiting for football season for a long time, me & my father-in-law made up some sausages, and wanted to try some stuff other than brats
white ones on top - bockwurst
lighter ones in back - beef knockwurst
red ones in the middle - some cajun andoullie ones my wife wanted to try
polska keilbasa on the bottom
foil/grill pan - 3 onions, 2 red, 2 green & 2 yellow peppers w/ butter, a little olive oil, salt & pepper, the tops & bottoms are for making my neighbors jealous
anyone else grill this weekend?
wanting to get some ideas for the season
August 11th, 2009, 04:26 PM #2
Nice Pics...the thing about Cajun Andouille sausage is that its much funner to say Cajun Andouille sausage then to actually eat. I order it almost everytime but cant help but think it slightly overrated. Brats on the other hand.......
August 11th, 2009, 04:36 PM #3
exactly, those particular cajun ones were pretty terrible they just tasted like hot sauce really, wont buy that brand again, all the others came out great, but were kinda hard to find, and weren't overly special enough to buy over standard brats... this was just an experiment to try different stuff
August 11th, 2009, 07:43 PM #4
Sausages are always hit or miss. I always find Johnsonville actually very good...surprisingly good actually when you can get them at a good price. Henrys Market/Sprouts will occasionally have great sausages at a great price but its always hit or miss.
Originally Posted by nick_nautious
Anyone with any good sausage recommendations?
August 12th, 2009, 01:14 AM #5
I've NEVER had a problem with Johnsonville brats. Good flavor, decent price. And I tend to buy them at Costco in the 3 box lot, so they're even cheaper. A box of those, the family sized bag of Ruffles, some potato or macaroni salad and dinner is set!!
Originally Posted by Hipcheck
I also like Aidell's. Unfortunately they've gone up a couple bucks over the past few years, so I don't get them as often as I used to. Their Habanero & Green Chili sausages diced up with some scrambled eggs made for some great breakfast burritos at many a NASCAR tailgate party. Their chicken & apple or mango & jalapeno sausages were also very tasty!