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Old 04-25-2009, 11:20 AM   #71
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I love hotdogs that way, though I have not had them with grilled onions and BBQ sauce. I like them split down the middle, add strips of cheddar cheese, wrapped in bacon and down on the grill or in the oven. My first job was at a snack bar, and they did them on the grill with bacon and cheddar. They called them Dog Burgers. What a favorite with so many people!

My favorite way to cook them is in the oven. I line small baking pan with foil, treat with Olive or Canola oil, and slit with a small knife in a spiral fashion (not cutting through). They look fancy when they puff-up. The outside is crunchy, and the inside is juicy!

I know that I don't cook these, but I have to add...
When I lived in Jamestown, NY, there was a place called Johnny's lunch. They were famous (locally, but they have expanded to MIchigan) for their "almost-like" chili dogs. It's like chili, only smoother texture. They are really great with mustard and diced onion!! Looking at their website, they have expanded their horizons on different types of dogs they offer.
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Another great place is called AJ's Texas Hots (same town in NY). They do almost the same thing as above, they their special sauce is spicier, and they don't have the variety. I think I should be in the "road forum."

.... didn't mean to hijack.
we have a place here that also has those kind of dogs called texas wieners "all the way" yummy!!

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Old 04-25-2009, 11:21 AM   #72
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i just had nathans dog curls
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Old 04-25-2009, 11:50 AM   #73
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i just had nathans dog curls
And? Details missy. LOL
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Old 04-25-2009, 11:55 AM   #74
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And? Details missy. LOL
hello there ck. nathans split longways into 4 strips and fried. they curl up.
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Old 04-25-2009, 04:59 PM   #75
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I soooooo love them steamed for hours. It's how they were made for lunch for us in grade school. I would love to go back for a hot dog Monday. No fancy weiners either. 30 years later and thinking of them makes my mouth water.
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Old 04-25-2009, 06:11 PM   #76
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I feel like Homer Simpson for doughnuts or Duff beer. Ummmm Nathans. LOL
We're having them tonight with chili/coney sauce, cheddar and onions. Heart burn city, here I come!
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Old 04-28-2009, 07:34 PM   #77
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I feel like Homer Simpson for doughnuts or Duff beer. Ummmm Nathans. LOL
We're having them tonight with chili/coney sauce, cheddar and onions. Heart burn city, here I come!
*burp* excuse me. LOL burps and heart burn the sign of a good dog!!
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Old 04-29-2009, 10:58 AM   #78
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I know what you mean! LOL. I have a hard time finding good hot dogs anymore. The plain old Oscar/BallPark crap just doesn't do it for me anymore. I love hot dogs in the casing and if there's some spice all the better. We used to get Faulter's Old Fashioned hot dogs way back when and they were still connected in links.
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I might have spelled that wrong. It might be Falter's. Anyway, good dogs!
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How do I like my hot dogs the best? Well, they happen to be pan fried with lots of fried onions and you have one in the bun and eat the other one with your fingers at the same time. But the best part of it is eating them Saturday nights with my Dad again, just like we did when I was a kid.

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