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Anybody have one? Whaddya thunk?
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Anybody have one? Whaddya thunk?
I don't know what it is, but my mouth is watering already.

PS - OK. I just googled it....and my mouth is still watering
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Its the George Foreman grill for sausages..... interesting....
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Haven't even taken it out of the box yet. Unfortunately, what Johnsonville calls a "brat" is a far cry from the real McCoy. But, all things edible have a place, it's up to us to figure out what it is.
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George Foremans grill has worked out well, so the sausage griller might be good too
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My Appartment doesnít allow grills and there is no gas in the building.
I am forced to cook my steaks on the stove top. Itís obviously an electric range.
I turn the heat to hottest setting and wait til the pan starts to smoke before I toss the steak on. The 1Ē thick NY Strip steak is pulled from the fridge, patted dry with paper towels, then seasoned with garlic salt. Steak is tossed in the pan and seared for 1 minute on each side. After a total of 4 minutes, I add butter. I coat the top of the steak, flip, coat the other side, and flip again.

Anyway. How long does it take to cook a 1Ē thick NY Strip Steak?
Iím setting the over / under at 6 minutes.
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My Appartment doesnít allow grills and there is no gas in the building.
I am forced to cook my steaks on the stove top. Itís obviously an electric range.
I turn the heat to hottest setting and wait til the pan starts to smoke before I toss the steak on. The 1Ē thick NY Strip steak is pulled from the fridge, patted dry with paper towels, then seasoned with garlic salt. Steak is tossed in the pan and seared for 1 minute on each side. After a total of 4 minutes, I add butter. I coat the top of the steak, flip, coat the other side, and flip again.

Anyway. How long does it take to cook a 1Ē thick NY Strip Steak?
Iím setting the over / under at 6 minutes.

Well, Bob, this is an indoor electrical device. ?????7
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My Appartment doesnít allow grills and there is no gas in the building.
I am forced to cook my steaks on the stove top. Itís obviously an electric range.
I turn the heat to hottest setting and wait til the pan starts to smoke before I toss the steak on. The 1Ē thick NY Strip steak is pulled from the fridge, patted dry with paper towels, then seasoned with garlic salt. Steak is tossed in the pan and seared for 1 minute on each side. After a total of 4 minutes, I add butter. I coat the top of the steak, flip, coat the other side, and flip again.

Anyway. How long does it take to cook a 1Ē thick NY Strip Steak?
Iím setting the over / under at 6 minutes.
Maybe try a waffle iron
Ö& get some kool waffle/grill marks

You "coat" the top of the steak with real butter?
...your gonna kill yourself

* Also, turn your stove down too (once up to temp)
...or the outside of it will be burnt, before the inside gets done
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Maybe try a waffle iron
Ö& get some kool waffle/grill marks

You "coat" the top of the steak with real butter?
...your gonna kill yourself

* Also, turn your stove down too (once up to temp)
...or the outside of it will be burnt, before the inside gets done
Nah, I like it with a little Char on the outside and medium rare. The butter helps get the outside charred up. If I cook bacon for baked potatoes, Iíll use bacon grease instead of butter. Anything longer than 6 minutes and itís over cooked imho.

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Is this sausage grill different from a Foreman grill?
I forgot, Doug doesn’t k ow how to use pictures.
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Bob I'm in a similar position as you. Except my apartment complex does have a grill we can use at the clubhouse, however, I sure am not walking that far to do that with a bunch of people around. So I use an aluminum skillet with a cast iron like coating and it works great. Just sucks to clean. I usually cook steaks on about setting 7 on the stove for a bit for a medium rare.

There is another way that I like to make a medium rare steak. It's called reverse sear. Season the steak and put it on a wire rack over a cookie sheet in the oven at 225įF for about 35 minutes then put it in a skillet on high heat to sear it for 30 seconds a side.

One of my favorite breakfast dishes is hashbrowns with a sausage cooked in it, or fried red potatoes.
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I watched a video about this sausage cooker.
It seems a little strange to me to have an appliance dedicated to cooking sausages and nothing else. How many sausages do you eat? Why not cook them in a pan? I usually just brown my sausages in a pan. About two minutes on each side. Then I add some water, bring to a boil, reduce heat, cover and let simmer for about 10-12 minutes.
I do like the temperature probe that checks the internal temperature of one of the sausages. I still couldn’t justify having an appliance that strictly cooks sausages.
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Nah, I like it with a little Char on the outside and medium rare. The butter helps get the outside charred up. If I cook bacon for baked potatoes, Iíll use bacon grease instead of butter. Anything longer than 6 minutes and itís over cooked imho.

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Is this sausage grill different from a Foreman grill?
I forgot, Doug doesnít k ow how to use pictures.
Hey...you may be an idiot youngster from ChiCongo, but SURELY, you can surf the web!!!!
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First, It is Chi-Raq.
Second, this forum only has enough room for one idiot and that position is already filled by you and your wiener machine.
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Nosammich can't spell either, but that's one of his charms....




Posted a large pic so hopefully it blows up his phone too.
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What can I say..l..too much money, too little time.
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Cool. I'm coming over, propping my feet up on your coffee table and drinking your beer.

When are those brats gonna be ready?
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Too funny. Hopefully you have room for this appliance next to your all in one hot dog toaster, mini donut maker and taco salad bowl fryer
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Yes indeed.

Add all those to your Ronco Showtime Rotisserie. You did buy one, right?



I have an old friend who has one and actually swears by it....
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My sausage is too big for that grill..... 😐
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Yes indeed.

Add all those to your Ronco Showtime Rotisserie. You did buy one, right?



I have an old friend who has one and actually swears by it....
with your friend, i love roasted rotisserie chicken!

OP you need to try Sous-vide cooking works great...plenty of cheap diy fixes with temp/timer and crockpot
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