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Old 12-11-2007, 09:26 PM   #11
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How about "Cabbage & Weiners" ?? Cabbage cooked (with a little bacon drippings) and Weenies cut up into bite size pieces. Serve with hot cornbread cakes with a little mustard on the side. Take a bite of weenie dipped in the mustard, followed by a bite of corn bread...You'll think you are eating a Corn Dog It's really good if you like all of the components!


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Old 12-11-2007, 09:47 PM   #12
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I just opend the Frig, and saw a jar of Italian Olive Salad from Central Grocery...I bet it would be good on a Hot Dog!! Kind of a 'Muffuletta Dog'!
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Old 12-11-2007, 09:53 PM   #13
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these all sound like good ideas. I have tried the mac and cheese, I liked that growing up. But he likes it separated. But he did like the breakfast burrito and few of the other ideas. The hotdog wraps sound good and using it as an appetizer sounds really really good. These are things I want to try!
I grew up in an Italian home...the Italian hot dog is soooo much better with some good Italian sausage, I can't picture it with the same toppings.. I might try it.
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Old 12-11-2007, 11:56 PM   #14
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I LOVE hot dogs, I've been craving a nathans with chili in a potato bun for a few days, actually.

I've cut up hot dogs and put it in spaghetti before, in place of ground beef/turkey.

You could finely dice the hot dogs up and fry them, and sprinkle them on a salad.
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Old 12-12-2007, 12:11 AM   #15
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I used to slice them lengthwise and fry them, then make a sandwich of them!

Hot dogs and kraut was a family favorite growing up.

Chunked, fried and slathered with BBQ sauce, on a bun with cheese and onions
is good too.
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Old 12-12-2007, 11:26 AM   #16
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  • Wrap hotdog in bacon and grill (Nathan's hotdogs are wonderful this way)
  • Get the big, fat hotdogs and split (but not all the way through), fill with cooked mashed potatoes, top with cheese, bake in oven until everything is hot and cheese is melted (350 for about 30 minutes or so) and this is especially good with kielbasa
  • As mentioned, pigs in a blanket but add different "fillings" i.e., different cheeses (pepperjack maybe?), bacon, mustard, ketchup, sauerkraut and brown spicy mustard, etc.
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Old 12-12-2007, 10:52 PM   #17
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I LOVE hot dogs, I've been craving a nathans with chili in a potato bun for a few days, actually.

I've cut up hot dogs and put it in spaghetti before, in place of ground beef/turkey.

You could finely dice the hot dogs up and fry them, and sprinkle them on a salad.
Funny my uncle owns nathan's.. i like the dicing the hotdogs up and sprinkling them in salad...sounds good
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Old 12-13-2007, 12:16 AM   #18
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And nobody has mentioned the "Octodog"? Ok - you need a sharp knife and a steady hand ... starting about 1-inch from one end ... slit the weiner in half, turn 90º and repeat - then turn 45º and repeat, and another 90º and repeat one last time (I think I got all the angles right). You should now have a weiner with a 1-inch body and 8 tenticles ... (if it's too difficult you can probably get by with just 4 or 6 cuts) ... drop into a pot of boiling water until cooked thru .... serve on top of mac-n-cheese or pork-n-beans/baked beans .... looks like an octopus!
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Old 12-13-2007, 01:26 AM   #19
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Oh, yum, Constance, you just remind me of favorite of myne hot dogs and noodles fried up, yum. And for pig in a blanket I like to use pastry dough.
I too love pigs in a blanket. But instead of pastry dough, I encase my hot dog in raw bread dough, after the first rise. Let it rise again, and bake until golden brown. You can also add fillings inside the dough before rolling it around the hot dog. Cheese works great, along with diced onion. Then, when done, you simply cut the end off, slather the outside with butter, and squirt your favorite condoments inside the "blanket".

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Old 12-13-2007, 07:16 AM   #20
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Slice them up and deep fry. Also deep fry potato chunks too. Toss in a paper bag and serve in a basket.

Also, my mother used to cook them in stewed tomatoes with chopped onion and serve over potatoes that she put through a ricer.
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