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Old 07-25-2013, 12:06 PM   #531
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Trust me civilization has come west across the Mississippi, we haven't had an Indian attack for at least the last two years and the stagecoach lines are now bringing fresh bread, even "proper" hot dog buns, to us poor hicks. We even have some of that new-fangled stuff called 'lectricity.
Well I know my people here in the East were once the most fear tribe in the Algonquin Nation. They were head hunters. I believe the missionaries put a stop to that, but I am not sure. We were so feared that the Big White Chief and all his friends granted us back our land and with a very large sum of money also.

I had visions of you making those buns over a campfire while on the trail. We have a road over in the next village. The white folks call it Second Street. We call it Buckboard Boulevard. Just one big pothole. Not a good place to make a trail.

Well, I have to get ready for the buffalo hunt. Nice talking to you Kemosabe.
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Old 07-25-2013, 04:52 PM   #532
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I certainly will, have a few lovely reds in at the moment
Ah, well red wine gives me an instant migraine, so do you have any nice, crisp whites at all??
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Old 07-25-2013, 06:13 PM   #533
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"New England Style" hotdog buns aren't easy to find here. We have some "top sliced" buns made by Pepperidge Farm but they aren't the same, they don't have the surface area on sides for proper toasting.

I have heard from one of my customers that another store carries the real ones under their private label and they are the real thing.



These are the pepperidge farm that are available, they are very soft and tasty, but not quite right. I happened to have some in the fridge.

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bakechef, those have a rounded end. Our have a square end. And the crust doesn't go down and around the end.
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Ah, well red wine gives me an instant migraine, so do you have any nice, crisp whites at all??
I have heard that from a lot of folks. Mostly women. Another reason I am glad I don't drink. I too am prone to migraines.
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bakechef, those have a rounded end. Our have a square end. And the crust doesn't go down and around the end.
The first is a pic that I got online, picky picky
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"New England Style" hotdog buns aren't easy to find here. We have some "top sliced" buns made by Pepperidge Farm but they aren't the same, they don't have the surface area on sides for proper toasting.

I have heard from one of my customers that another store carries the real ones under their private label and they are the real thing.



These are the pepperidge farm that are available, they are very soft and tasty, but not quite right. I happened to have some in the fridge.
The picture of those hot dogs with the toasted buns remind me of the lunch counter at Krege's or W T Grants years ago.

All they need is some chips and a pickle!
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Hey folks, now you all can have a taste of New England right in your own kitchen. Great for making those lobster rolls as well has holding your favorite hot dog.

Shop USA Pan Nonstick New England Hot Dog Bun Pan at CHEFS.

I had one of those in my hand when I made a visit to King Arthur's store until I realized 10 buns would be too many for me and wife.
Any idea how to partition off to make 1/2 a batch?
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Ah, well red wine gives me an instant migraine, so do you have any nice, crisp whites at all??
We sure do...there are 2 we so love

One is a Crouchen Riesling and the other is a Pinot Grigio...both lovely crisp wines
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The picture of those hot dogs with the toasted buns remind me of the lunch counter at Krege's or W T Grants years ago.

All they need is some chips and a pickle!
Gee, that sure does look different, thanks for showing
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