Feasty Boys' Cookout Recipes

They've been called the bachelor's answer to Martha Stewart, so who better to share tips on cooking the best barbecue this holiday weekend than the "Feasty Boys?"

Chefs Jon Mayer and Jim Stump, whose cooking show can be seen on ESPN and other cable networks, joined "Good Morning America" with grilling tips and recipes for beer-basted hot dogs, bodacious burgers and hickory smoked pizza.

The Feasty Boys' recipes are below. To print the recipes, scroll to the bottom of the page and click the "Print This Article" icon.

Feasty Beer Dogs -- Beer Brats

Feasty Tip: Submerge your brats in a pan filled with beer, butter and sliced onions on the grill. The brats will stay warm and juicy in the liquid for hours. When ready to eat, simply remove and flash grill the brats as need be. The alcohol completely cooks off, making this dish safe for picnickers of all ages.

What You'll Need:

10 hot dogs or bratwursts

10 hot dog buns or hoagie rolls

Gas or charcoal Grill

Medium-sized holding pan

Holding Sauce:

3 cans domestic beer

1 large onion, chopped

1 stick butter

Condiments:

Ketchup, mustard (preferrably brown), chopped onion, sauerkraut, grilled onions, peppers, and whatever else you like.

Directions:

Preheat grill to medium/medium-high heat.

Place beer, butter and onions in a metal holding pan on grill and bring to a boil.

In the meantime, place hot dogs/brats on grill, approximately seven to nine inches above the coals, and turn often until done, approximately 20-25 minutes. (Internal temperature of 150°F.)

Turn brats often using tongs to both avoid puncturing and charring on the outside.

When brats are done, place in the "holding pan" until ready to eat. Serve on bun, dressed with your choice of favorite condiments.

Feasty Bodacious Burgers

Makes approximately 8 to 10 burgers.

Feasty Tip: Tired of those same ol' dried out burgers that look like a hockey puck on a bun? Try adding a raw egg, chopped bacon, onion and peppers to the mix. Better yet, add your seasoning to the meat before molding your patties. This accomplishes the following: Seasoning beforehand will guarantee flavor throughout as opposed to just on the outside; egg will help burger retain shape; bacon, onion and peppers only intensify the flavor while adding moistness to burger. Hit with a small pat of butter when cooked to desired temperature just like you would do with a quality steak. And whatever you do, don't press the burgers while cooking!

What You'll Need:

3 lbs. ground beef

1 cup yellow onion, chopped

1 cup bell pepper, chopped

1/2 cup cooked bacon, chopped

1 raw egg, gently whisked

1 tsp. granulated salt

1 tsp. ground black pepper

1/2 tsp. garlic powder

Directions:

Preheat grill to medium-high heat.

In a medium-sized bowl, combine ground beef, onion, peppers, bacon and seasoning.

In a separate small dish, gently whisk egg, breaking the yolk and mixing.

Pour raw egg over meat mixture.

Gently mix the ingredients together. When thoroughly mixed, form into fairly loosely packed patties.

Place burgers on grill and cook approximately 10 to 12 minutes, flipping every four minutes until an internal temperature of 135 to 140°F is achieved. At this point, apply cheese if desired and allow to melt.

Remove burgers from grill and allow to cool for approximately five minutes. (This allows all the juices to gradually settle into the burger for enhanced taste.)

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