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Old 05-21-2013, 03:35 PM   #1
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Has anybody tried smoking their hotdogs?

I put natural casing wieners in in my smoker and smoked with hickory for one hour. The best dogs I've ever eaten. I served them with homemade Hawaiian hot dog buns and root beer BBQ sauce. Only thing I'd change is more smoking time and half sized buns. It ruined me for mere boiled hotdogs.

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Old 05-21-2013, 04:22 PM   #2
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I put natural casing wieners in in my smoker and smoked with hickory for one hour. The best dogs I've ever eaten. I served them with homemade Hawaiian hot dog buns and root beer BBQ sauce. Only thing I'd change is more smoking time and half sized buns. It ruined me for mere boiled hotdogs.
never thought of it!!!!!!! good idea
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Old 05-21-2013, 05:11 PM   #3
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I have cooked hot dogs on the grill, using the indirect heating method, with wood on the coals. You have to be careful as hot dogs can weep as they heat up. The smoke particulates can stick to the dog, and be bitter.

When done properly, somked hod dogs are very tasty indeed, especially with a little Sriracha added to the dog, along with sweet pickle relish.

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Old 05-21-2013, 05:28 PM   #4
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Smoking hot dogs are good, if you can keep 'em lit.
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Old 05-21-2013, 05:35 PM   #5
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Smoking hot dogs are good, if you can keep 'em lit.
And it's hard to find the right size papers.....
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Old 05-21-2013, 06:43 PM   #6
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Smoking hot dogs are good, if you can keep 'em lit.
Right where my mind went too. Too funny!
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Old 05-21-2013, 08:22 PM   #7
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So funny Hoot
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Old 05-21-2013, 08:23 PM   #8
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You guys are too easy. My mind went to the corny gag as well. But I just couldn't do it. It was too obvious. Now don't get me wrong. I'm just as unsophisticated as anyone here. And I'm just as much a cornball as anyone. Just ask my kids how many times they've rolled their eyes at something that I've said.

So, I'm gonna have to raise the humor bar a bit here. What do you call a hot dog with nothing in the middle? Why, a hollow-weenie of course

Two guys are visiting America. On their first day off the boat
they are wandering around New York City seeing the sights. As lunch time approaches they feel the need to eat. They spot a street vendorselling hot dogs. One says to the other in a shocked tone, "That's very strange. Do they really eat dogs in America?""I don't know!" says the other. "Well," says the first, "we're in America, so we must do as they do." They approach the vendor, and one of the visitors says; "Two hot dogs, please. "The vendor hands them their food in a pair of paper sacks. The two immigrants sit on a park bench to eat their lunch. One looks inside his sack, hesitates and turns to his partner and says, "Uh, which part of the dog did you get?"

Smoke extra hot dogs. The ones that are uneaten can be cut up and added to cheese macaroni, or any kind of past, or baked beans, or even added to a potato salad. They will add a wonderful, smoked flavor to whatever they are added to, be it soup, or ice cream (just kidding about the ice cream)

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We have bought smoked hot dogs before and they are very tasty

Nice for a change!
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You guys are too easy. My mind went to the corny gag as well. But I just couldn't do it. It was too obvious. Now don't get me wrong. I'm just as unsophisticated as anyone here. And I'm just as much a cornball as anyone. Just ask my kids how many times they've rolled their eyes at something that I've said.

So, I'm gonna have to raise the humor bar a bit here. What do you call a hot dog with nothing in the middle? Why, a hollow-weenie of course

Two guys are visiting America. On their first day off the boat
they are wandering around New York City seeing the sights. As lunch time approaches they feel the need to eat. They spot a street vendorselling hot dogs. One says to the other in a shocked tone, "That's very strange. Do they really eat dogs in America?""I don't know!" says the other. "Well," says the first, "we're in America, so we must do as they do." They approach the vendor, and one of the visitors says; "Two hot dogs, please. "The vendor hands them their food in a pair of paper sacks. The two immigrants sit on a park bench to eat their lunch. One looks inside his sack, hesitates and turns to his partner and says, "Uh, which part of the dog did you get?"

Smoke extra hot dogs. The ones that are uneaten can be cut up and added to cheese macaroni, or any kind of past, or baked beans, or even added to a potato salad. They will add a wonderful, smoked flavor to whatever they are added to, be it soup, or ice cream (just kidding about the ice cream)

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you totally stole that joke from me. it was a true story from a korean american buddy of mine when he first got here, and btw, it was in yankee stadium as the hot dogs were handed down the row from the vendor. he asked the guy next to him if they could switch because he "didn't like that part"...

but that's ok. i don't mind sharing with my brother.
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