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Old 09-27-2005, 03:31 PM   #11
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Only one way for me!
It starts with D&Watson "BEEF" franks
Grill to full low and a couple dogs on upper rack off set to the fire not directly over. And wait it is worth it. Just let the dogs sit and swell and sweat. The juices find their way around the dog and they will plump up untill they split. It takes me over 20 minutes to do them on the grill but it is worth the wait. It is easy to get a hot dog hot enough to eat but it takes time to get them just right.
And a Ball park does not even compair to a D&watson Beef frank.IMO Once I ever did this I have never looked back and I look at the Dog in a whole new light. Doing like this while doing an instant mashed in the Microwaive and preheating oven to 350. When dogs are done on grill and Instant mashed are done then top dogs with potatoes and your favorite shredded cheese ( sharp chedder) for me and place on cookie sheet and put in oven for addtional 5 to 10 mins for the best tasting Pig in a blanket country style ever. Ok now I know what is for my dinner tomorrow night.
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Old 09-27-2005, 04:17 PM   #12
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I like my dogs furry with wagging tails
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Old 09-27-2005, 04:32 PM   #13
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I like my dogs furry with wagging tails
I have to agree with that one totally.
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I like my dogs furry with wagging tails
My thoughts exactly!
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