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I'll toss my hat in the ring. Not the most creative use of cast iron, but oh well.
Started off last Friday by grinding up 5 lbs of quality pork butt from Hirsch's meat market. Now the grinding plates aren't cast iron (they are cast steel), but you do have to treat them similar. Keep them rubbed down with oil or they will rust. Does that count for anything?
5lbs all ground up, spices and cheese mixed in and ready to sit overnight in the fridge.
Stuffed them the next day into 32mm hog casings. And then they sat in the fridge. When I finally got around to cooking them, I got my Egg up to 400F and plopped down a Cast Iron skillet filled with 232 oz of sauerkraut, some yellow onions, a bit of beer, butter, dry mustard, garlic powder, paprika, red pepper and some black pepper. I let that get warm for about 15 minutes before throwing in my cheddarwurst.
I cooked the wurst for 15 minutes, flipped and another 15 minutes and then put it directly on the grill.
Let that cook about another 10 minutes or so (IT temp was 150) and then pulled it.
Gotta show a sliced shot.
If you look real closely and squint your eyes, you can see a bit of smoke ring even. Anyway, not a very creative use of cast iron, but points for making my own wurst?
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Burgers look great! Just to clarify- were the burgers cooked in the bacon grease? If so, bonus points awarded ;).
Yes the burgers were cooked in the bacon greases.
LBGE,SBGE Sweet home Alabama........
Stay thirsty my friends .
Some duck and a blackberry sauce.
Parissiene potatoes and some minis (needed more) in duck fat in CI casserole
Some baby mushrooms in a CI pan
Pork tenderloin for non-duck eaters
Seared the duck on a CI piece that I salvaged from a broken skillet
Everybody into the pool
Finish pics. Duck was perfect Medium rare but colour didn't show in the setting sunshine
Little Steven said:
I was editing it. I had a big space at the bottom I was trying to get rid of
Love the throwdowns... this weekend I made @U_tarded Cilantro Lime Chili Chicken - more or less... but damn that's an awesome way to make chicken... brine, rub, egg, rest, pull, simmer = beyond delicious!!!
Thanks for posting.