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Old 07-21-2012, 07:50 PM   #41
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WOW!!!

How about a kimchee Bulgogi Dog
Ahhh!! YES! That's what I was thinking on my suggestion a couple pages back! I WANT ONE!

I like the Egg Roll deal too, I don't see how it could be bad: Hot Dog, in a crispy fried skin? YUM!
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Old 07-21-2012, 08:04 PM   #42
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The Jamaican jerk dogs tasted mighty good!
Next time I reckon I will use a regular bun. The pita bread was fine but the dogs kinda got lost in the hole.
I ain't got a real camera. Just the one on my phone.
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Old 07-21-2012, 08:13 PM   #43
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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.

Those all sound great. I do Kim Chi fried rice with chopped hot dogs on a banh mi type roll with sriracha/mayo(or sour cream), cilantro, scallions and avocado
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Old 07-21-2012, 11:41 PM   #44
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Maybe the next challenge should be a poutine challenge <g>.
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Old 07-22-2012, 12:58 AM   #45
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Maybe the next challenge should be a poutine challenge <g>.
As great as that sounds, it's almost too easy. If you can enjoy something. . them you sure as heck can enjoy it on a base of fries, and smothered in gravy!

Hell, You can boil my boot, put it on fries, smother in gravy, top with curds, and I would dig in!
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As great as that sounds, it's almost too easy. If you can enjoy something. . them you sure as heck can enjoy it on a base of fries, and smothered in gravy!

Hell, You can boil my boot, put it on fries, smother in gravy, top with curds, and I would dig in!
I'd say hot dogs are too easy. Come on, a 6-yr. old can cook a hot dog. But to-die-for poutine, that is a well-guarded secret and not easy to do.
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I have been following this thread casually. I have to say while some of these creations look delicious, I'm not sure how much the hot dog contributes to the dish.

For me hot dogs carry a heavy nostalgia role so I stick to traditional toppings. I know, I'm just an old stick in the mud. You can put lipstick on a pig but it's still a pig.
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I have been following this thread casually. I have to say while some of these creations look delicious, I'm not sure how much the hot dog contributes to the dish.

For me hot dogs carry a heavy nostalgia role so I stick to traditional toppings. I know, I'm just an old stick in the mud. You can put lipstick on a pig but it's still a pig.
To each his own. The purpose of the thread was a hot dog challenge. I am pleased to see the creativity & time spent from the chefs and cooks sharing new ideas. Thanks, Chief.
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The Jamaican jerk dogs tasted mighty good!
Next time I reckon I will use a regular bun. The pita bread was fine but the dogs kinda got lost in the hole.
I ain't got a real camera. Just the one on my phone.
Here are a couple of pics.




Looks great, Hoot!!! Can you share your recipe? TIA
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My point wasn't that this thread was inappropriate. It was that the things you add to the main ingredient should enhance the food, not completely mask its presence.

Certainly not criticizing Chief Longwind, he's one of the most creative people around here.
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