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Old 07-26-2006, 04:31 PM   #11
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Red face ahhhhhhhh, a typo!!

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I just noticed that! Is there no way to change a topic title??
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Old 07-26-2006, 04:31 PM   #12
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I usually walk down to 86th Street and get Grey's Papaya hot dogs, but sometimes I will get them from the street vendor's. I love the onion mix with mine. I think there was a recipe posted on here at one time that was a recipe similar to the NY onions, but I haven't tried it yet.
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Old 07-26-2006, 04:33 PM   #13
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Old 07-27-2006, 09:45 PM   #15
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My favorite hot dog is a turkey one but I'll eat others. Best grilled or boiled for me and I like them the southern way with mustard, onions and slaw. No chili though only like that in a bowl with cheese and crackers. The hoter the better. I had a good one at Pinks in Los Angeles with slaw, mustard, onions, and chopped tomato.
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Old 07-27-2006, 09:47 PM   #16
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Grey's Papaya

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I usually walk down to 86th Street and get Grey's Papaya hot dogs, but sometimes I will get them from the street vendor's. I love the onion mix with mine. I think there was a recipe posted on here at one time that was a recipe similar to the NY onions, but I haven't tried it yet.
There is one down in the St. Mark's vicinity, too, and equally delicious.
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Old 07-27-2006, 09:48 PM   #17
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a turkey dog..?

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My favorite hot dog is a turkey one but I'll eat others. Best grilled or boiled for me and I like them the southern way with mustard, onions and slaw. No chili though only like that in a bowl with cheese and crackers. The hoter the better. I had a good one at Pinks in Los Angeles with slaw, mustard, onions, and chopped tomato.
hot like spicy? Interesting.
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Old 07-28-2006, 01:45 AM   #18
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what, no deep fried hot dogs?

vb, have you never been to rutt's hut in clifton for a ripper. it's the place you can see from both routes 3 and 21, but you can't get there from here. they deep fry the dog until the skin rips, hence the name.

rutt's hut is the only place i'll eat deep fried doggies. otherwise, it's a boiled dog, from a dirty water cart in the city, or from jankee stadium. how can you tell it's springtime in nyc? the vendors change the water in their carts...

i had a griddled nathan's hot dog recently, and was disgustingly greasy. it might have been ok if it were boiled, to rid it of some of the petroleum.

the latest dealio in the city, at least on the west side (yes, i'm doing that low, fingersnapping dance routine) is $1 dogs.
years ago, everything on a pushcart was $1. sodas, pretzels, bag of roasted chestnuts or peanuts, funny cigarettes , etc..

but then it went up to $1.50, then $2, then $2.50, and so on. recently, the vendors in midtown are offering a dollar dog again. it's skinnier than i remember, but they're oh so good. on an impossibly soft steamed bun, with gulden's mustard and kraut. how can you resist for a buck?

they're so good i started carrying pocketfuls of one dollar bills around, just in case. my wife thinks i'm going to t!tty bars at lunchtime.
so long as i don't come into contact with any glitter or cheap perfume, i'll be alright.
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Old 07-28-2006, 06:37 AM   #19
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of course I know Rutt's Hut...

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what, no deep fried hot dogs?

vb, have you never been to rutt's hut in clifton for a ripper. it's the place you can see from both routes 3 and 21, but you can't get there from here. they deep fry the dog until the skin rips, hence the name.

rutt's hut is the only place i'll eat deep fried doggies. otherwise, it's a boiled dog, from a dirty water cart in the city, or from jankee stadium. how can you tell it's springtime in nyc? the vendors change the water in their carts...

i had a griddled nathan's hot dog recently, and was disgustingly greasy. it might have been ok if it were boiled, to rid it of some of the petroleum.

the latest dealio in the city, at least on the west side (yes, i'm doing that low, fingersnapping dance routine) is $1 dogs.
years ago, everything on a pushcart was $1. sodas, pretzels, bag of roasted chestnuts or peanuts, funny cigarettes , etc..

but then it went up to $1.50, then $2, then $2.50, and so on. recently, the vendors in midtown are offering a dollar dog again. it's skinnier than i remember, but they're oh so good. on an impossibly soft steamed bun, with gulden's mustard and kraut. how can you resist for a buck?

they're so good i started carrying pocketfuls of one dollar bills around, just in case. my wife thinks i'm going to t!tty bars at lunchtime.
so long as i don't come into contact with any glitter or cheap perfume, i'll be alright.
What type of jersey girl do you think I am????? In fact, I've since turned both my kids onto Rutt's Hut. My son, who lives at Montclair State during the school year has since turned his roommates on. I haven't had one in about three years. I'll pay you a dollar if you get me one..

As far as the funny cigarettes goes, when I was in high school in the late 70's, indeed, they were a buck, 5 for five... Now my kids tell me they get one for five. tsk tsk tsk.

I didn't like the fact that they never cut the little crosses into the chestnuts.

I find it amazing that you know everything and everyplace I do.
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Old 07-28-2006, 08:57 AM   #20
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so long as i don't come into contact with any glitter or cheap perfume, i'll be alright.
Hmmm... Need to call some people on the east coast and set up an ambush....

"Honest, I was just walking along and I got doused with cheap perfume and glitter! All I wanted was a hot dog!"

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