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Beer Brined Grilled Pork Chops by Ray Sheehan

This pork recipe was submitted to us by our new friend Ray Sheehan over at BBQ Buddha. Ray makes some world class BBQ sauces and rubs and he was kind enough to set us with some samples along with this fine recipe featuring brined pork chops. When you brine a piece of meat, especially a lean cut, you are able impart flavor and moisture. The use of dark beer and molasses gives this recipe a nice nutty flavor and amber color. We recommend brining for at least 8-12 hours for maximum flavor.

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Mark’s Bratwurst

One of the winners chosen from the recipes submitted by our fan base. Mark's Bratwurst is an interesting way to prepare America's favorite sausage. Sauerkraut is stuffed in a split open bratwurst and then the entire thing gets wrapped in bacon before being grilled. This recipe is a perfect foil for game day hunger!

Beer Bathed Brats

One method of cooking bratwurst we have seen has you actually steaming the brats in beer and then finishing on the grill. In our recipe we skip the initial steam bath and simply bathe the brats in beer while they are on the grill. GrillGrates are the only grilling surface that allows you to pull of this technique due to the unique flavor catching valleys between the raised rails.

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Steven Raichlen’s Grilled Maple Candied Bacon

This year GrillGrate is a proud sponsor of Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke TV show. Steven was gracious enough to develop a recipe for his viewers utilizing GrillGrates and boy did he go off the high board with this one. Grilling bacon without GrillGrates would inevitably result in a fire. With this recipe and GrillGrates your end result is something a little short of heaven!

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Fiery Piggy Balls

Recipe courtesy of Ken Fisher and Datenightdoins.com
We wanted to do an extra spicy appetizer wrapped in bacon, of course, for game day. Happily we just got some wonderful and extra zingy sauces from All Spice Café, so we knew we could put their Cayenne Habanero Sauce to good use. This is a variation of our “Chipotle Bacon Bombs” using hot sausage balls instead of ground beef. You can use mild sausage if you prefer, but Ken wanted hot. It didn’t have a lot of ingredients, but it sure had a lot of zip. These guys are OFF THE HOOK!!! Eat them off a stick, out of hand or in a sandwich, with or without more sauce. The flavors of the sausage, bacon and Cayenne Habanero Sauce jump together with the flavors of the grill!!! Patti thinks these should be served with a lot of vanilla ice cream…just sayin’.

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