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Old 07-21-2012, 05:34 AM   #21
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kylie, you'd love it. if you and steve ever make it to nyc, your first dogs in nyc are on me. ( lol, a whole $1 each for standard, $2.50 for exotic texas weiner style. btw, texas style, from what i've learned, is only available in new jersey. )
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Old 07-21-2012, 05:48 AM   #22
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Aww that is a lovely offer...we'll have 10.....each

Seriously, I can imagine the different tastes of them all, and just doing the thing of eating a hot dog in NY too

We would certainly come and eat hot dogs with you
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Old 07-21-2012, 10:32 AM   #23
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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.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOO Sounds like a mini fatty!! YUM

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kylie, you'd love it. if you and steve ever make it to nyc, your first dogs in nyc are on me. ( lol, a whole $1 each for standard, $2.50 for exotic texas weiner style. btw, texas style, from what i've learned, is only available in new jersey. )
HOT GRILL!! TWO ALL THE WAY TWO!! YUM
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Old 07-21-2012, 11:04 AM   #24
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Those are some pretty impressive ideas for hot dogs. I may just have to try some of them. We have a guy in Pickford who makes his own version of the hot dog and sells him. He's a retired butcher, but still makes these wonderful wieners. They are more coarsely ground than most hot dogs, and with great seasonings. These are gourmet dogs. They're almost like a really good polish sausage, but a little different.

Anybody else have especially good hot dogs available to them, or am I one of the fortunate few?

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Old 07-21-2012, 11:16 AM   #25
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If you visit the U.S. (Los Angeles, Vegas etc.), you might enjoy Pink's.

Here's their menu (for inspiration), & their history.

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Old 07-21-2012, 12:22 PM   #26
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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.
I didn't imagine this. Sometimes it's incredible how a eating and cooking habit which is normal and obvious to someone is absolutely unknown to someone else.
I've never come in the US, when I'll come first thing I'll do getting out of the plane is eating a hot-dog!
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Old 07-21-2012, 12:32 PM   #27
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NYC Street Style or Mediterranean

Firstly, typical 1960s and 1970s NYC style, with Sauerkraut and lots of stewed onions and a thick drizzle of mustard ... Of course, on hot dog roll ...

Mediterranean style: Grilled or Broiled under oven with a sprinkle of sea salt, served with Sicilian capers, Chopped Black Kalamata Olives, Sun Dried Tomatoes drizzled in Evoo, Dijon green peppercorn mustard, and sprinkled with Aged Sardo Pecorino or Reggiano Parmesano ...

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I didn't imagine this. Sometimes it's incredible how a eating and cooking habit which is normal and obvious to someone is absolutely unknown to someone else.
I've never come in the US, when I'll come first thing I'll do getting out of the plane is eating a hot-dog!
Luca. Stop at the Bellagio first, and see the show girls in Lost Wages, Nevada (err Las Vegas, Nevada). Then schlep through rodeo drive in beverly hills, & see the ocean. We'll put a good itinerary together for you.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bellagio_(hotel_and_casino)
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Luca. Stop at the Bellagio first, and see the show girls in Lost Wages, Nevada (err Las Vegas, Nevada). Then schlep through rodeo drive in beverly hills, & see the ocean. We'll put a good itinerary together for you.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bellagio_(hotel_and_casino)
Thanks Cerise! Bellagio looks quite comfortable... Next million Euros I earn I'll surely book there

But I'm more inclined toward big cities, walking around, eating around, and since I listen constantly to Cajun Fest radio on iTunes, I really NEED to go to Louisiana
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I haven't had a hotdog since I was in graduate school--then it was the meat for mac-n-cheese. I've survived 30 years without eating a hotdog, but man, some of those combos sound very tempting...
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