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Old 12-04-2011, 08:46 AM   #41
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lol, sorry vit.

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Old 12-04-2011, 09:20 AM   #42
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ketchup is the natural-born perfect topping for hot dogs. the only remaining question for debate is, which brand of ketchup to use....:)
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(I'm a fan of mustard ,too, though... just don't be mixing them both together)
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Old 12-04-2011, 09:46 AM   #43
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Here was dinner.

HMMMMMMMMMMMMMM I am in the mustard camp. With that said that is a BEAUTIFUL picture. Kind of christmas-y.

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i would agree, but ketchup?

ketchup?

oh, say it ain't so, beanie.

that's like painting a moustache and glasses on the mona lisa...
An Abbott and Costello skit just popped into my head LOL
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Old 12-04-2011, 10:05 AM   #44
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i would agree, but ketchup?

ketchup?

oh, say it ain't so, beanie.

that's like painting a moustache and glasses on the mona lisa...
That was Mark's plate. I love mustard with sliced dill pickle or cucumber. Sometimes, I'll even add onion.

On the subject, I saw on tv (can't remember the show) where they serve cheeseburgers between two slices of bread and cook in an oven that's over 100 years old. They don't have any condiments in the restaurant. Even if you wanted mustard, they tell you to go somewhere else.
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Old 12-04-2011, 10:18 AM   #45
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i sometimes like a mustard dog or mustard/relish/onion dog, or heaped with sauerkraut....lots of great possibilities. i sometimes wonder why there's not room for everybody in the hot dog "camp", but hey, the rules were made before i got here, so i'm a proud card-carrying member of the ketchup camp of dogs! :)
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Old 12-04-2011, 10:28 AM   #46
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That was Mark's plate. I love mustard with sliced dill pickle or cucumber. Sometimes, I'll even add onion.

On the subject, I saw on tv (can't remember the show) where they serve cheeseburgers between two slices of bread and cook in an oven that's over 100 years old. They don't have any condiments in the restaurant. Even if you wanted mustard, they tell you to go somewhere else.
I saw that show. I think it was a diner in Mass. They said it was all about the meat.
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Old 12-04-2011, 10:33 AM   #47
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I saw that show. I think it was a diner in Mass. They said it was all about the meat.
Was it DDD? I was catching up on old episodes that I missed. I watched them online awhile ago.
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Old 12-04-2011, 10:33 AM   #48
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I think it was a tiny building that has been there for 100+ years and claims to have invented the hamburger. They have a row of tiny vertical gas grills where the cook the burgers and serve them on sliced bread or toast. They do not allow ketchup in the restaurant.


It's in New London, CT http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis%27_Lunch
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Old 12-04-2011, 10:43 AM   #49
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I think it was one of those shows on the Travel Channel, Bean. Where they take you all over showing different ways to prepare one thing, in this case hamburgers. That's where I first heard of the Jucy Lucy, too.

That's it, Andy.
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I think it was a tiny building that has been there for 100+ years and claims to have invented the hamburger. They have a row of tiny vertical gas grills where the cook the burgers and serve them on sliced bread or toast. They do not allow ketchup in the restaurant.


It's in New London, CT Louis' Lunch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Yep, that is the place. I just can't remember what show it's on. From what I remember (or else I'm confusing it with something else), they don't even allow mustard.

ok.. I just noticed the link. Thank you.
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