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Cold-Weather Grillers

When the mercury dips and snow falls, it means one thing for Midwest grillers: Light my fire!

Sheboygan Double Brats 'n' Beer

Sheboygan, Wisconsin, claims to be the bratwurst capital of the world. A lifelong Sheboyganite and veteran of countless "brat fries," Dave Hoffman virtually lives and breathes bratwurst--especially when it comes to grilling. Here's Dave's bratwurst recipe, Sheboygan style.

Sheboygan Double Brats 'n' Beer

Big Dave's Spareribs

A hint of soy sauce and smoke blend with meaty spareribs that Dave Grulke of Milwaukee precooks on the range top, marinates, then grills.

Big Dave's Spareribs

Porketta Roast

Garlic and fennel flavor this dish with northern Minnesota heritage. 

Porketta Roast

Tomato-Basil Bruschetta

This crusty, toasty garlic bread supreme comes from Bruce Tokheim of River Falls, Wisconsin, who doesn't let a few feet of snow stop him from shoveling a path and grilling outdoors. Our taste panel loved the bold, fresh flavors of pepper, tomato and basil hot off the grill.

Tomato-Basil Bruschetta

Sheboygan Double Brats 'n' Beer

Sheboygan, Wisconsin, claims to be the bratwurst capital of the world. A lifelong Sheboyganite and veteran of countless "brat fries," Dave Hoffman virtually lives and breathes bratwurst--especially when it comes to grilling. Here's Dave's bratwurst recipe, Sheboygan style.

Sheboygan Double Brats 'n' Beer

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