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Old 07-20-2012, 09:52 PM   #11
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My favorite hot dogs are either a doggie in a hd/bun or a soft corn tortilla no cheese, no onion, nothing exceot Woody's bbq sauce, a slight taste of smoke, a slight taste of warmth that is it. Love this sauce it's wonderful.
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Old 07-21-2012, 12:49 AM   #12
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I think hot dogs with just the sausage, cheese and sauce are lovely
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Old 07-21-2012, 01:04 AM   #13
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i was just reading this thread to a coworker and she said she had a good dog idea: a scotch hot dog.

encase a hot dog in either sausage meat or ground beef, and either broil, bake, or deep fry.

i love the idea.

additionally, she said that you can wrap the dog in cheese first, or onions, or chilli, or whatever, then cover with the sausage/ground beef.
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Old 07-21-2012, 02:32 AM   #14
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I'ld make my own: Grind up pork belly, mixed with some brisket, add into the mix, ginger, a little anise, some coriander. . . natural casing. Star cut the ends, char grill(star cut ends will give a crispy "burnt bit at the start and finish). Serve on a butter toasted hawaiian Style sweet bread roll. As condiments: Maybe some Wasabi Aioil, or some Siracha. As a topping, Green onions, grilled Kim Chi, and crispy fried won-ton strips. . . or. Cabbage slaw with Mirin, soy, Sesame, Brown Sugar, carrots, and daikon?

I also think something like a Good ole, Pork and Beef dog, with ground mustard seed, sugar, a little rye, and in some sort of pretzel style roll, with spicy mustard, demi infused kraut, pickled beets for crunch, and a little aioli would be nice.

A Lamb dog, with with Cucumber Mint salsa, yogurt sauce, fried onions, a little sumac, and crumbled Feta in a Pita Pocket? Maybe some Pepperoncini too?

Just take a nice, Proper dog, like a Nathans, or boars head, wrap in bacon, deep fry(like a ripper), and a good ole potato hot fog bun, with avocado ranch, bibb lettuce, slices of avocado, Frenchs Fried Onions, and tomato slices for a "upscale" BLT dog.
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Old 07-21-2012, 02:44 AM   #15
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The Loaded Potato Dog

A baked potato serves as the bun.

Bake a potato, slice in half lengthwise, but not all the way through.

Hollow out the potato, leaving about 1/4". (Save potato filling for another use.)

Place dog in baked potato (bun).

Top w/ any combo of choice, i.e.

Pico de gallo

Guacamole or diced avocado

Cooked cumbled bacon

Shredded cheese, i.e. Monterey Jack and/or Colby (optional)
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Old 07-21-2012, 03:20 AM   #16
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Cerise, that sounds superb!
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Old 07-21-2012, 04:11 AM   #17
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The Loaded Potato Dog

A baked potato serves as the bun.

Bake a potato, slice in half lengthwise, but not all the way through.

Hollow out the potato, leaving about 1/4". (Save potato filling for another use.)

Place dog in baked potato (bun).

Top w/ any combo of choice, i.e.

Pico de gallo

Guacamole or diced avocado

Cooked cumbled bacon

Shredded cheese, i.e. Monterey Jack and/or Colby (optional)
Thisi is horribly wonderful! Thanks
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Old 07-21-2012, 04:31 AM   #18
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First hot dogs of my life, I usually eat frankfurters just grilled and with some side.
So I got the bread and mixed just a few things, nothing particularly fancy or tasty. I need to explore this new world!

On one side of the sliced open "buns", as they are called, I spread some mayonnaise and put some sliced red Tropea onions, on the other side tomato paste and tabasco, and here went the grilled frankfurters. The outcome was decent, but nothing more. I'll have to make some exercise on this subject!
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Old 07-21-2012, 05:04 AM   #19
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luca, i wish i could fly you to nyc, the world capitol of hot dogs, for a real treat. (chicago is a close secind)

we have every way of preparing the dog itself: boil, broiled, grilled, griddled, pan fried, deep fried, baked, and even cooked on a stick over a campfire.

much like pizza, there are standard toppings, and then crazy toppings. all over america you'll find new or different things to add to the humble dog to make it special to that region, shop, or even house. again, it's just like italy in it's a common ly cooked food, but everyone has their favourite way, their standard way, and the way they get their freak on.

actually, in context, chief longwind wants to see our freaky side. umm, with just hot dogs.

he's a hot dog voyeur, apparently. lol.

lol, that's ok though. otherwise, he's squeaky clean o
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Old 07-21-2012, 05:28 AM   #20
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Tom, I would love to come over and try all the different varieties of hot dogs, that would be amazing!
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