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Old 06-15-2004, 12:14 PM   #11
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They ARE expensive and I don't buy them very often. I really like the low fat Ball Parks.

What about a chicken hotdog wrapped in turkey bacon? Or is that "pushing it"!!!!

I still like that old childhood favorite - hotdogs wrapped in crescent rolls - now there's a feel-good meal.
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Old 06-15-2004, 12:28 PM   #12
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Kitchenelf,

I will have to try that! I'm not supposed to eat (much) beef or pork, but chicken and turkey are both ok. I dream of the good old days when I could eat anything I wanted without gaining weight or getting kidney stones!!!

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Old 06-15-2004, 12:32 PM   #13
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{{{{Barbara}}}}

Kidney stones can't be fun. I think you were the one that said you drink a lot of lemonade or use a lot of lemons? Does the acid from the lemons help dissolve them or what? Will they eventually go away? Or are you just prone to having them forever?

If you have a Kitchen Aid stand mixer with a sausage attachment you might seriously want to look into making your own chicken sausages or turkey sausages - it could make your tummy and your tastebuds VERY happy!!!!
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Thanks Kitchenelf! The citrates in the lemonade act (as my urologist said) like Slick 50 to keep the calcium and whatever the other thing was (brain dead today!) from joining up. Also, drinking a lot keeps things moving and helps keep them from forming.

I never had a kidney stone in my life until I moved to South Carolina. They are much more prevalent in the south, especially among men from 20 to 40 years of age (How did I, a woman in my 40s, end up so "lucky?"). My eating and drinking habits didn't change when I moved here from California, but the doctor said you become dehydrated much more easily here. I hope and pray that I will not have this problem forever! Giving birth was much less painful!! I would love to go back to eating some of the foods I am supposed to cut out or limit now. I just have to cut down on some foods, but currently I am trying to avoid them altogether if I can to try to stop this problem. Especially if something I think might true really is true. Sorry to be so cryptic, but that's all I can say right now. I can tell all in a few days, hopefully. ;)

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Have I said yet that I understand cryptic??????
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Old 06-15-2004, 10:13 PM   #16
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You really should try ome of this on a hotdog. It is out of this world. And it is good on lots of other things as well.

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I loooooooooooove mustard chow chow!!!!
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This probably different from any you have had. We haven't found any that is like it.
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Yeah I make these all the time. I like to call them "texas tommys"
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When I visit some family in -actually near Chicago- I get taken to a place that sells Viena Beef sausages in a hot dog called a: "Chicago Red Hot".

When I've had the best of these, they are beyond compare. A steamed bun-not Wonder bread but close, A steamed frank- not sure thats the right name for a wiener about 3/4" diameter, relish, tomatoe, onion, a little medium heat waxy chilli-pickeled, mustard-the yellow kind that all us snobs diddain, and most importantly--CELERY SALT!

Half way thru I'm sure I've died and gone to heaven so I order another.

We had a place here in Seattle that came close- the fellow had pictures of his uncle selling "the same " product called the same but who knows. They closed down and a poor quality fish and chips place started making them-- died green sweet relish for gosh sakes...

Think they'll be a hot dog cart on the road to heaven?
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