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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Djentleman Dan, Oct 26, 2018.
‘Mr Simpson, a Mars bar is not a sprinkle’
Where I am pigs in blankets are small sausages wrapped in bacon, which, I think, across the pond, is ham?
Why are hamburgers made of beef?
It’s technically a gravy?
Isn't gravy a combination/result of meat and stock? I mean, I love me some bacon, but are there any meat cereals? Have we advanced that far that rapidly as a species?
Why aren't hot dogs made of dogs?
Some places they probably are. Oh, and a Singapore vegetarian snack is a Not Poodle
The previous 187 postings have allowed me to draw the conclusion that a hot dog does indeed qualify as a sandwich, though not as a sammie or a sammich.
No...It's a hot dog, or else it would be called a wiener sandwich.
Then Frank Zappa has the answer:
We've already covered that but thanks for the pic!!!
My years on TDPRI have taught me that "once and for all" is not a thing.
It's a roll
Ten pages of this stupid argument? If this is the best we can come up with to debate, then please bring back the tonewood question.
It's not generally referred to as a sandwich in the U.S.
How about a Fritos, chili dawg, burrito, otherwise known as the Changeup?