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    Bratwurst

    Bratwurst is a compound German word - brat means fry, wurst means sausage. Bratwurst is pronounced with a short A (rhymes with "lot"). In Wisconsin, bratwurst are served virtually everywhere during "grilling season" which generally runs from May through September.

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    16 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Wisconsin loves them and Brats are great for any type of grilling or get togethers. And what better then cooked in a beer from MILWAUKEE. Known as the beer Capitol of the world!

    Recipe #176286

    7 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    These are a great change from your steak, pork, chicken kabobs. Prep time does not include the one hour refrigeration.

    Recipe #132221

    This meal is meant to be made the day before so all you have to do is throw the brats on the grill. Nice for a relaxing social gathering.

    Recipe #68542

    We tailgate when we go skiing and this is one of the meals that we have! This is very good!

    Recipe #45945

    This German adopted recipe has had reviews commenting on the cloves. I do not care for cloves either but they can be an optional item. The taste may not be European but the bratwurst still tastes great.

    Recipe #6932


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