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Old 03-31-2005, 04:45 PM   #11
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I like my dog with sweet relish, onions and yellow mustard. After that, chili cheese dogs. I used to live about a hundred yards from a Dairy Queen and I LOVED their foot long Coney, I miss that place.
Gee DC I'd forgotten about sweet relish, guess I better give all these ideas another try
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Old 04-01-2005, 12:15 AM   #12
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One of my favorite dogs comes from the local frosty. It has mustard, relish, onions, tomatoes, and cheese.

Here is some hotdog trivia.



(based on annual survey of Major League ball parks)
1. Dodger Stadium 1.61 million
2. Coors Field 1.5 million
3. Wrigley Field 1.47 million
4. Yankee Stadium 1.3 million
5. Minute Maid Park 1.2 million
6. Edison Field 1.1 million
7. Ameriquest Field 996,000
8. HHH Metrodome 883,500
9.Jacob's Field 595,000
10.Camden Yards 400,000




Dollar Sales
Unit Sales

New York
$ 105,122,000
34,353,320
Los Angeles, CA
$ 81,920,320
41,643,520
Baltimore/Washington
$ 46,486,100
19,224,000
Chicago, IL
$ 46,433,390
20,552,200
San Ant/Corpus Christie
$ 29,190,030
28,638,360
South Carolina*
$ 29,307,460
15,367,990
Dallas/Ft Worth
$ 27,156,490
20,067,760
San Fran/Oakland
$ 24,513,640
8,800,280
Houston, TX
$ 20,267,400
16,000,460
New Orleans/Mobile
$ 16,885,750
10,536,820


* This market includes all cities in SC.

Ranking is based on dollar sales for the latest 52 weeks ending Oct. 3, 2004.



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Old 04-03-2005, 01:25 AM   #13
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We both grew up in NYC (Brooklyn and the Bronx) and it has to be the franks we got in kosher delis.

They would serve it with warm sauerkraut that had most of the acidity removed.

Used take out some with knishes on Christmas Eve to eat while we were decorating the tree.

Also love Chicago dogs.

Sabrett and Hebrew National franks are up there too.

Will put almost anything on a dog, depending upon the mood, but if I have a favorite it is kimchee. Honestly, kimchee on a dog is fantastic.

You guys are getting me hungry. I think I have some Oscar Meyer in the fridge, and I know I have the kimchee.

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Old 04-04-2005, 11:13 PM   #14
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We both grew up in NYC (Brooklyn and the Bronx) and it has to be the franks we got in kosher delis.

They would serve it with warm sauerkraut that had most of the acidity removed.

Used take out some with knishes on Christmas Eve to eat while we were decorating the tree.

Also love Chicago dogs.

Sabrett and Hebrew National franks are up there too.

Will put almost anything on a dog, depending upon the mood, but if I have a favorite it is kimchee. Honestly, kimchee on a dog is fantastic.

You guys are getting me hungry. I think I have some Oscar Meyer in the fridge, and I know I have the kimchee.

Pardon me, ambrosia calls.
Hi aunt dot,
I'll have to try the kimchee..Hebrew National is my favorite hot dog...Thanks for the idea
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Old 04-05-2005, 12:38 AM   #15
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Hi Kadesma, we here think kimchee is great on a dog but we also eat kimchee with almost anything.

OK, we draw the line at Cocoa Puffs and most Girl Scout cookies, but that is about it.

And no, Auntdot will not discuss her culinary efforts with Do-Si-Dos and kimchee.

But we do enjoy fried Spam (prefer SpamLite for this) and kimchee, just do not fry the kimchee with the Spam (blechh).

Posting this in the interest of full disclosure.

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