Well I stumbled across some VERY nice portabellas on my beer quest so I decided to make them along with the sausages.
I threw some of my burger In the smoker with the eye of round I was doing while I got things ready. I chopped up some onion, peppers, lettuce, colby jack, mozzarella & smoked mozzarella then got the burger out of the smoker - it had 1/2 hour in the smoke.
I threw the burger on the stove with the onions for a while.
Added the peppers, some hot sauce I made & a little of my ground habanero for good measure
Lettuce & colby jack waiting their turn to be added to the mix.
I got some Stubbs started in the chimney & scooped my stuffing mixture into the portabellas. The 2 on the left have smoked mozzarella, the bottom right plain mozzarella & the top right naked.
The charcoal was ready so I got the grill going. I made a patty with the bit of burger I didn't need to make the stuffing & put it & some sausages on. Bratwurst on the top right, Hot Italian for the bottom 3. The baby link is the last one made when the stuffer ran dry so I wanted to use it up before all the others made too much fun of it...
After the burger & sausages cooked for a few minutes I added the mushrooms. Between the smell of the grill & the smoker right beside me I really had to struggle to keep from drooling everywhere!
Soon everything was done & it was time to eat!
Mushroom right off the grill.
I gave it a healthy dose of my homemade tomato sauce.
& it was ready to go.
Also - as promised here are the cut shots of the sausages...
Here is the Bratwurst.
& here is the Hot Italian.
Little bit closer shot.
The sausages were great - awesome flavor, good texture & nice & juicy - just how they should be
The stuffed ports were really good too. I hadn't made any of them for a while & they were a good compliment to the sausages. Another easy meal & needless to say I was pretty well stuffed!