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Pickled Sausage

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Separating Uncooked Dogs Mon, 02/25/13 6:10 PM (permalink)
I'm curious to know how other people have dealt with putting a new batch of frozen dogs in the same water as dogs that are ready to go and differentiating between the two. My setup is simply a large dirty water pan about the length of 1 1/5 hotel pans. I keep a 4" 1/2 size perforated pan on top of the dirty water pan to steam buns in. When my supply of dogs ran low I added more to the water but soon i became unsure if i was serving the old dogs or new ones. I imagine a removeable divider would be a solution but i thought maybe others had a more efficient way.

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    Re:Separating Uncooked Dogs Mon, 02/25/13 8:22 PM (permalink)
    I grill dogs, brats, pre cooked Ball Park burgers etc. on my BBQ grille and hold them in a 1/2 sized perforated pan. I steam the buns as needed on top of the dogs and brats in the perforated pan. However I don't sell 50 dogs an hour. If I do, I'll have to skip steaming the buns or get a bun steamer I guess. I have heated buns on the grill too. but need to be on top of that or you burn the buns.
    You could hold the dogs etc in the perforated pan and steam the buns as you go on top of the dogs. In warm weather some just leave the buns in the bag sitting in the sun, and serve them that way they have mentioned on some posts.
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