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Old 03-21-2007, 05:13 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by kitchenelf
How about disguised as a pork hotdog - wrapped in a strip of bacon and grilled! That's how I do my Hebrew National hotdogs and there's just something about that that is terribly wrong!
I've had 'meat' franks, which are a combination of beef and pork, and have always enjoyed them just as much as 'all beef'. I don't believe I've ever had one that was just pork, though. I'd be interested in trying one.
You know, it took me a minute to get it.....I thought you meant the Hebrew National was a pork dog, which, I think would send Moses for the hills....but you call it a pork dog because it's wrapped in bacon, yes??

Waaaaaaaaaaaay back when I was in grammar school, the girls took Home Ec. We learned cooking and sewing and generally how to manage a household. One of our first recipes (probably when we were in 6th grade) was something similar to your pork dog. We took regular franks and make a small slit down the length. We stuffed that with Velveeta cheese and then wrapped the entire frank in bacon, securing it with toothpicks. We didn't have grills, so we broiled them and served them on regurlar buns. I'll never forget how jealous the boys were. They were delicious!

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Old 03-21-2007, 07:09 AM   #12
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The days of a pure pork weiner are by-gone days it seems. I have not seen one in years. If you have them in your location please let me know. I'll come buy several lbs. To me they were the best.

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Old 03-24-2007, 01:04 PM   #13
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well i have beef franks, sometimes with ketchup,mustard,&relish
sometimes with chili
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Old 03-26-2007, 05:51 AM   #14
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I only ever had a beef frank. I didn't even realise you could get them with chicken, let alone turkey or pork. Either I've been living under a rock or these aren't common in Australia. Hopefully the later

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