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Old 06-19-2008, 09:56 AM   #71
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I don't eat them very often because they contain so much fat but "Best" Kosher hotdogs from Sam's Club are truly the best!

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Old 06-19-2008, 09:59 AM   #72
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Sorry, I am new at this game so please disregard my redundancy!

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Old 06-24-2008, 12:23 AM   #73
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Try Shickhaus. They aren't salty at all.
i remember shickhaus franks adverts on mets games on tv when i was a kid. we had a slightly different nickname for them.

thanks for the tip; i'll give them a go.
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Old 06-24-2008, 06:09 AM   #74
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Ball Park Bun Size Smoked White Turkey Franks...only 45 calories each and delish!
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Old 07-10-2008, 04:15 PM   #75
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Lightbulb Louis Rich

I apologize if this is redundant. We like Louis Rich, Bun-length. Now owned by Oscar Mayer. These are all Turkey, and I've never had a hot dog headache from eating them. They have an excellent taste & aren't too chubby.
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Old 10-10-2008, 03:33 PM   #76
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Hot Diggity Dogger.


I actually have a Waring hot dog machine, it has the little roller deals like you would see at a stadium. Does a really good job, but it's a complete novelty item.

For brands, I go with Hebrew National or BallPark Grillmaster Deli Style. I've heard good things about boars head, will try them next.

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Boar's Head and Nathan's are my 2 favorites. I cook them in one of these. It toasts the buns at the same time. The only problem is, you can only cook 2 at a time, but other than that, I love the flavor.

Since posting this, I tried the Ballpark Angus hot dogs and they are my new favorites.
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Old 10-16-2008, 04:25 PM   #77
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I have never been an Oscar Meyer hot dog fan. But they actually have come out with a pretty tasty new dog. They call it a minimally processed hot dog. It contains no Sodium Nitrites or Sodium Nitrates and is pretty good tasting. I still like Cher-Made, Hebrew National, Vollwourth's, Wrath Blackhawk, and Best Kosher, as well as, and forgive the spelling if it's wrong, Koeble's (Now that I see it in print, I'm pretty sure it's wrong). We don't have Nathan's around here and so I can't comment on that brand. Also, we have a little butcher shop, connected to a very small grocery store that makes their own hot dogs, in natural casings that is very good.

On the donwn side, I detest regular Oscar Meyer, Bar-S, Ball Park, and a few Canadian brands that I've tried. So that's my take on hot dogs.

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Old 10-16-2008, 04:37 PM   #78
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I only buy turkey dogs, so my choices are limited. But I do agree with Pugger that the Louis Rich/Oscar Meyer "bun length" turkey dogs are good. But even better - when I can find them - are the new "smoked" turkey dogs (I think they call them sausages, but they're "dogs") from either Johnsonville or Hillshire - I don't remember which. VERY tasty.
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Old 10-16-2008, 07:47 PM   #79
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Unfortunately I can not get local dogs it has been hard for me to find a dog I like but the Ball Park Angus Beef it's OK. I hate all main stream sausages so I buy online a good knack/knock wurst can make a good hotdog even if it's the wrong shape.
This is the latest site I buy sausage from quite good but still not what I have had in Germany.
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Old 10-17-2008, 04:24 AM   #80
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Being in Fl. I don't go outside to cook unless the temp goes down to about 60 degrees F so I broil (not boil) mine for about 15 - 16 minutes. They have just the right amount of char to em'. Boiling is against the law in this house.
Oh and I usually buy Ball Park Angus Beef!

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