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Old 03-09-2011, 04:34 PM   #1
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Dogs and cabbage TNT

My mom and dad use to love hot dogs and cabbage this took the place of corned beef when money was tight so easy so quicjk and so tasty One head of cabbage cut in 4 or 6 pieces, 4/6 yukon golds and 10 to 12 hot doggs. Put everyine in the pot of hot water bring to boil, reduce heat and simmer til extra hot. good with home made biscuits and honey
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I love stewed cabbage and hot dogs. My great-aunt used to make it all the time.
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I love stewed cabbage and hot dogs. My great-aunt used to make it all the time.
Yea glad someone else likes them
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I like the hot dog and potato part...just hand me the cabbage raw, please!
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I think her recipe was basically shred the cabbage, add it to a large pot, add 1 or 2 jars of stewed tomatoes, cover and cook on low till the cabbage is soft. The add the cut up hot dogs at the end to cook through.
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Cabbage & Weenies are popular at my house. Started eating the concoction as a youngster....Always with corn bread!

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Old 03-09-2011, 05:27 PM   #7
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I think her recipe was basically shred the cabbage, add it to a large pot, add 1 or 2 jars of stewed tomatoes, cover and cook on low till the cabbage is soft. The add the cut up hot dogs at the end to cook through.
Mom never put tomatoes in so your aunts sounds wonderful will giv it a try thanks.
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Cabbage & Weenies are popular at my house. Started eating the concoction as a youngster....Always with corn bread!

UB, corn bread why didn't my mom mke any? I love it and will add this to the next meal of C&B thanks.
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I like the hot dog and potato part...just hand me the cabbage raw, please!
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Mom never put tomatoes in so your aunts sounds wonderful will giv it a try thanks.
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I will look and see if I have the recipe somewhere. It might be in our church cook book.
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I forgot to buy cabbage for dinner tonight, corned beef. Shrek is being a good sport.
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I still make something simular. I use sour crout and cabage half and hafe. Sautee in frying pan, add a spoon or two ketchup or tomato sauce, throw in hot dogs, as soon as dogs are hot it's good to go. Add a spoon or two mashed potato on the side. YUm.
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Kades. We were talking about dogs yesterday, when I read this......."dogs and cabbage" my sleepy brain thought, "dogs eat cabbage?"
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Kades. We were talking about dogs yesterday, when I read this......."dogs and cabbage" my sleepy brain thought, "dogs eat cabbage?"
good one Kayelle
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I like the hot dog and potato part...just hand me the cabbage raw, please!
Same here. But, I don't mind if it just gets heated enough to soften the teensiest little bit - still has a bit of crunch.

I often modify a recipe that cooks cabbage to: shred some cabbage and add it for the last two minutes. I don't even want that nasty cooked cabbage flavour/smell to be left in the broth.
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Ha! When you wrote dogs and cabbage, all I could think of is the terrible, acrid farts of my new dog and wondered why anyone would add cabbage to the mix!
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I've never tried hot dogs with cabbage, but I like both, so why not? I'll have to give it a try!
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Ha! When you wrote dogs and cabbage, all I could think of is the terrible, acrid farts of my new dog and wondered why anyone would add cabbage to the mix!
because you can keep away pests with the smell
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Same here. But, I don't mind if it just gets heated enough to soften the teensiest little bit - still has a bit of crunch.

I often modify a recipe that cooks cabbage to: shred some cabbage and add it for the last two minutes. I don't even want that nasty cooked cabbage flavour/smell to be left in the broth.
Ah phooey the best part is the left over smell
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when I read this......."dogs and cabbage" my sleepy brain thought, "dogs eat cabbage?"
My dogs eat cabbage...we grind their veggies and when the sauerkraut is being made, the outer leaves get tossed in the food processor for the dogs...but then, they eat all the veggies that we grow...
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