Hot Dogs! And, how you like them...

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by soulgeezer, Aug 16, 2016.

  1. soulgeezer

    soulgeezer Poster Extraordinaire

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    Are you sure? On the Internet, I think it means something else... [scratching head]
     
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    Red dye in the casings. A northeast thing to make folks think it already has ketchup on it, so they don't add any...
     
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    I used to go to Gray's all the time when I lived uptown. Good variety of dogs, but I am veggie now. Might be persuaded on a visit back to the Big Apple though.
     
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    Gray's is not kidding when they say it "snaps".
     
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    Natural case, 60 seconds in the microwave sitting in a bowl of baked beans, a cheap bun & those baked beans on the side.
     
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    That looks like part of the dog I'm not interested in putting in my mouth... o_O
     
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    that's why they call it "dragged through the garden"!
     
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    I'll do about anything. Ketchup, ketchup & mustard, mustard alone, good honey mustard, mayonnaise (really, I will), but all with onions and quite often sweet pickle relish. And why not a big spoon of coney sauce? Or with mayo, some cheese?

    It all works.
     
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    Red rocket!
     
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    May God forgive your immortal soul. ;)
     
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    Yep, it's great thread. Debating our various culinary idiosyncrasies is always enlightening. Some of it is a real eye opener.

    Like before what william_tele posted about peanut butter I never thought about every enjoying on on anything but bread, crackers, or celery. But after reading how he uses it on burgers and pork chops now I know for sure I'll never use it on anything but bread, crackers, and celery.

    Geez Bill that's perverted!:eek: :p LOL
     
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    Chili Dogs with Red Onions.

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    Probably locally made in Cincinnati though.
     
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    No imported cheese????? Not on my chili dog......no sir! :D
     
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    No, souldude...perverted is butchering a deer and eating the backstraps raw while you cut up the rest of the deer.

    Mmmmmm.....:)
     
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    I guess foot longs are a given .. Double your pleasure double your fun. Aw root beer and coney footlong delivered to your car
     
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    Cut up a BUNCH of fresh Garlic Cloves...drop them in boiling water. Hot Dogs of choice. They plump nice and juicy from the Garlic Water. (you can do this on your grill also)!!! Take em' outta the water and strip em' on the grill. Mmmm Mmmm Good.

    (FYI- Dogs are verboten to me now :()

    I used to like mine with Home Made Chili / Sharp Cheddar, and Onions. Or Chicago Style.

    I have made some with Melted Pepper Jack Cheese,Tomato, and Onion. Added a little Hellmans Mayo also...I am out there for sure. Heck, I even make em' with BBQ Sauce and Onions.

    Which is now making me think of Lil' Smokies' swimmin' in Cocktail Sauce and Grape Jelly...OMG...why did I even start reading this thread?

    What I wouldn't give to go and make a "Dog" right now......SIGH:confused:
     
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