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Old 06-10-2004, 10:09 AM   #1
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Heart Attack Hot Dogs

Take a pack of hot dogs and slit each hot dog down the side. Put
cheddar cheese in the slit. Take a piece of bacon and wrap around
the hotdog. Fasten with toothpick and grill or bake in oven till
done. Remove toothpicks and serve just like a regular hot dog.

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Old 06-10-2004, 10:53 AM   #2
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Sounds good if youre on the Atkins diet!
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Old 06-10-2004, 03:54 PM   #3
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Sounds good. Unfortunately, because of my kidney stones, the only part of it I can have is the cheese! LOL

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That sounds great! Thats my kind of dog. Any more?
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Yes! I forgot about that one! My parents use to serve that up when I was a kid and I forgot all about it! I always thought it was their invention. My mom was a hippie and my dad was a surfer during the Vietnam Era. Munchies, anyone?
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What I showed you that was good on a hamburger, is even better on a hotdog. Best thing that could happen to a veggie dog..




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Old 06-11-2004, 08:44 PM   #7
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I just got done baking, and eating some heart attack dogs. WOW! OMG! These dogs are da bomb! I used the pre-cooked bacon. took about 13 minutes in the oven. I had to tell myself to stop eating these bacon-dogs. This is my new favorite heart killer! Thanx.
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Old 06-13-2004, 06:58 AM   #8
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Re: Heart Attack Hot Dogs

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Take a pack of hot dogs and slit each hot dog down the side. Put
cheddar cheese in the slit. Take a piece of bacon and wrap around
the hotdog. Fasten with toothpick and grill or bake in oven till
done. Remove toothpicks and serve just like a regular hot dog.

I also had these as a child, 40+ years ago. I had not thought of them since then, but now I know what I will be eating today. THanks for bringing up a very pleasant memory.
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Oh good, a hot dog thread!!!!! Some of us got in trouble on another site for having a hot dog thread - go figure!!!! We were told we had no class - I want to know how they knew me??? :P

Take a Hebrew National hotdog and wrap it in bacon and then grill it - WONDERFUL!

Take about a 6" lengh of kielbasa, make a slit down the side to open it up, stuff it with mashed potatoes and top with shredded cheddar cheese. Bake in oven at 350 for about 25 - 30 or so minutes.
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Oh good, a hot dog thread!!!!! Some of us got in trouble on another site for having a hot dog thread - go figure!!!! We were told we had no class - I want to know how they knew me??? :P

Take a Hebrew National hotdog and wrap it in bacon and then grill it - WONDERFUL!
Have you ever heard the Tammy Wynette, George Jones song that says something like, "We're not the jet set. We're the old Chevrolet set. Our steak and martinis are draft beer and weenies..." I think we are more the draft beer and weenies crowd! lol And PROUD of it!!!

Also, I told my husband just last night that Hebrew National is the best hotdog in the world. He said they are too expensive. Of course I have to eat CHICKEN hot dogs now. Blechhhh! (They do make them better these days, but give me a good beef hotdog any day!)

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