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View Poll Results: What do you like on your hot dog?
Ketchup! 19 43.18%
Mustard! 32 72.73%
Onions! (raw) Or (grilled) 27 61.36%
SALSA! (or gardeneria!) 2 4.55%
relish! 21 47.73%
Chili! 17 38.64%
Sauerkraut! 15 34.09%
Pickle! (or cucumber!) 7 15.91%
Tomato! 3 6.82%
Something OTHER.... OR *gasp* the NAKED dog! :) 9 20.45%
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Old 10-29-2006, 12:36 AM   #31
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Has anyone ever heard of this? I have been known to cut a wiener in half and fry it in a little veg. oil. Very good.
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Old 10-29-2006, 12:58 AM   #32
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I buy my Bubbies sauerkraut at "Vons" Supermarket in the cheese aisle.. but just in case you can't find it they actually have a website http://bubbies.com/

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I've not tried Bubbies Sauerkraut, but that sounds like something I'd really like - thanks!!
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Old 10-29-2006, 09:23 AM   #33
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What about cooking methods?
I do four ways.. boiled, grilled (split pan, buter), grilled (charcoal), and microwave.

The microwave method is good believe it ot not, but it is more to it than popping it in and blasting.

First cut long slit in weiner lengthwise and open it up... place on paper napkin and nuke on high 20 seconds.... take it out and insert in bun or on bread slice, apply mustard and sharp yellow cheese, wrap this back in the same napkin snugly like a baby in a blanket and return to microwave... nuke for 21 seconds... perfect.

The wrapping in napkin/dog perfectly steams the bread.

Don't you just hate it when you get a hot dog out somewhere and they put it in a cold bun... ought to be a law against that. I was at a hot dog stand once and he did that. I asked him to warm the bun... he looked at me like I was from outer space- he said hey buddy if I did that way everyone would want it that way... (duh?) I walked away before starting trouble...
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Old 10-29-2006, 09:50 AM   #34
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Mustard and onions on the hot dog. But if I cut up a wiener on my plate I like catsup with it.
Strange , but I do the same ! Ex H would put salt on a sliced tomato, and sugar on a guartered one !
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Old 10-29-2006, 03:13 PM   #35
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I love a good chili dog with cheese and raw diced onion.

A polish dog with brown mustard, mayo, and kraut with or without onions.

Regular hot dog: mayo, mustard, dill relish, onions, tomato slices.

My grandmother used to split the hot dot, stuff it with cheddar cheese, wrap it in bacon and cook them in the electric skillet until the bacon was crispy.

Actually, I'll put almost anything on a hot dog BUT catsup and sweet relish.

Usually though, mustard, mayo, and dill relish.
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Old 10-29-2006, 03:27 PM   #36
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Ok.. when i go to the hot dog vendors back home LOL heres what i have BRACE yourselfs lol

Cheese
Ket and Mustard
Relish--dill
DILL pickles
Onions
Saurkraut LOTS of it
Tomato
Bacon bits lol i know they are soo bad but soooo good
Corn Relish
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Old 10-29-2006, 04:57 PM   #37
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I like Digon mustard, ketchup, relish and some onions.
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Old 10-29-2006, 05:58 PM   #38
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I don't like hot dogs.

I prefer an English sausage or Scottish 'square sausage (aka Lorne sausage' on a well-fired breakfast roll, with lashings of HP sauce
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Old 10-30-2006, 01:13 PM   #39
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I don't like hot dogs.

I prefer an English sausage or Scottish 'square sausage (aka Lorne sausage' on a well-fired breakfast roll, with lashings of HP sauce
HP sauce! That's the stuff - couldn't remember - love that stuff on hamburgers (and lots of other stuff), will have to try it on a good smoked sausage.
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Old 10-30-2006, 02:01 PM   #40
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I don't like hot dogs.

I prefer an English sausage or Scottish 'square sausage (aka Lorne sausage' on a well-fired breakfast roll, with lashings of HP sauce
Ishbel, I'm with you on this. I don't even like the look of hotdogs, let alone the weird texture and taste. But hey, that means all the more for the rest of you.
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