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Old 12-14-2004, 01:37 AM   #31
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Here's one for the long-timers here. A hot dog split down the middle, stuffed with cheese and then wrapped in bacon and baked in the oven until bacon is crispy! Remember that one? :D 8)
I remember those!! It had to be velveeta cheese. My mother used to make them.

At home................................
An interesting way to eat a hot dog is in a hollowed out baguette. We saw this in Denmark for the first time and you can now find it here. The ketchup is squirted down the hole and then the hot dog is stuffed in. I have tried making this at home, but can't figure out how to get the hot dog into the bread without squishing it. Any tips?

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Chop the end off your broom handle and sharpen it up or any other suitable dowel. The die or bun should be turned (twisted) to start the hole, and the die must be shiny smooth or it will catch on the bread roll. The die should be at least a quarter bigger than the frank being inserted.

Have you any idea how ridiculous this sounds?

Sounds like 'zoom stick" instructions.

Look for a "Dinkum Dog". An Oz bloke took a bet that he couldn't sell a Hot Dog to the Americans, so he did, and made a million.

Great ideas - all of them.
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Old 12-14-2004, 01:49 AM   #32
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I like mine Chicago style. Dill spear, tomatoes, sport peppers, the works. And don't forget the mustard! :)
Please pardon my lack of breeding, but what is a dill spear? Is it a Wally?
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I like mine Chicago style. Dill spear, tomatoes, sport peppers, the works. And don't forget the mustard! :)
Please pardon my lack of breeding, but what is a dill spear? Is it a Wally?
It's a dill pickle that is sliced long ways into strips.
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Old 12-14-2004, 02:28 PM   #34
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Uncooked, :roll: at the room temp and with lots of ketchup.
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Old 12-14-2004, 02:32 PM   #35
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brooksy, what's a "wally"?
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bucky, I suspect it's Oz-speak for a willie.
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Old 12-14-2004, 02:35 PM   #37
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is a foot long hot dog a "william"????
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I believe that is known as a Lord William.
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Old 12-14-2004, 04:51 PM   #39
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Cheese and hot mustard are a must. After that, I love any topping - raw onion, relish, chili, kraut. I often have a hot dog (Essem) for breakfast. I'd love a roll, but will pass on it.
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Old 12-14-2004, 06:51 PM   #40
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You guys once again have me licking my chops...

Regrettably, Canada isnot known for producing the great hot dogs that abound in the USA (there are a few, but far between!)

What I like better is hot Italian sausage, hot honey mustard, chopped red onion, sweet green relishon a toasted egg bun...Lifter
IMO good and hot dog should not be said in the same sentance. Use some of the great sausages instead.
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