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Deadly Sushi
07-09-2008, 11:46 PM
Well... what is your favorite brand Hot Dog and what do you enjoy topped on those cooked sausages? :chef:

pirate_girl
07-09-2008, 11:54 PM
these, with the works!



Nutrition:

Amount per Serving

Percentage Daily Value

Calories 100 Calories from Fat 35 Fat, g 4 6% Saturated Fat, g 1 5% Trans Fatty Acids, g 0 Cholesterol, mg 0 Sodium, mg 350 15% Potassium, mg* 40 1% Carbohydrate, g 5 2% Fiber, g 2 8% Sugars, g 1 Protein, g 11 22%

Erik
07-10-2008, 12:04 AM
tried a new one last weekend - can't remember the brand, but it was a veggie jalapeno cheddar dog...

Amy's spicy black bean chili goes pretty good on a dog with shredded cheese...

RNE228
07-10-2008, 01:01 AM
Johnsonville Brats's are good. Grill them, put them on a bun, and slather with grilled or sauteed onion and sauerkraut! A good Pal ale or Porter goes well with them

BigAl
07-10-2008, 01:25 AM
Anything that start with the word "Veggi" on the package ain't no hotdog :doh:! Thats called a Spring roll and you get them at Chinese Buffets !

Hotdogs should only have good stuff in them like Pig lips, Cow noses, eyelids, maybe a rat or two and things like that . No Veggi's !!!:punk:

Erik
07-10-2008, 08:30 AM
I can definitely agree with you on that!

DaveNay
07-10-2008, 09:06 AM
Hotdogs should only have good stuff in them like Pig lips, Cow noses, eyelids, maybe a rat or two and things like that . No Veggi's !!!:punk:

When people tell me something is 100% pure beef, I remind them that the cow goes from nose to asshole, and everything between is 100% pure beef.

RNE228
07-10-2008, 09:57 AM
Anything that start with the word "Veggi" on the package ain't no hotdog :doh:! Thats called a Spring roll and you get them at Chinese Buffets !

Hotdogs should only have good stuff in them like Pig lips, Cow noses, eyelids, maybe a rat or two and things like that . No Veggi's !!!:punk:

That's funny! You also just described Chorizo. It is one of my favorites, but don't look at the ingredients :eek:

bczoom
07-10-2008, 09:58 AM
Sahlen's hot dogs.

Weber's horseradish mustard and vadalia onions on the top. (Grey Poupon if no Weber's available).

Unfortunately, neither the hot dogs or mustard are available nationwide but I do grab some when I'm in W. NY (which is where both are made and retailed).

PBinWA
07-10-2008, 11:18 AM
Anything grilled. Relish, mustard, and Ketchup. Maybe some grated cheese. Plain white hotdog bun.

Deadly Sushi
07-10-2008, 11:31 AM
Well it seems Jews make good weiners! :yum: Hebrew National are good dogs. Nathans are good too!
I like just horseradish, mustard, dill relish and onions. Possibly some chopped up tomato if there is room left. :thumb:

Gatorboy
07-10-2008, 11:35 AM
Anything grilled. Relish, mustars, and Ketchup. Maybe some grated cheese. Plain white hotdog bun.

Ketchup? That is the one thing you DON'T put on a hot dog.

My standard items: mustard, onions, diced tomatoes, thin slice of dill pickle, celery salt

Av8r3400
07-10-2008, 01:24 PM
Okay, let's talk brats.

Start with Neuske's (http://www.nueskes.com/index.cfm) or your favorite brand brats. Boil them for 1/2 hour just covered in Miller Genuine Draft beer with one whole 'white' onion (1 onion per pack of brats) medium chopped. Remove brats from beer, and grill until browned (with nice grill marks). Replace them back into the beer/onion 'gravy' and serve from pot adding the onions on top, with a bit of your favorite mustard underneath the brat on the bun.

:punk:

Hotdogs:

Gotta go with a grilled Neuske's natural casing dog (http://www.nueskes.com/products/sausage/Applewood_Smoked_Wieners.cfm), raw onions, relish and mustard.



Ketchup on a hot dog (or brat) is a sacrilege, period. No debate possible.

RNE228
07-10-2008, 02:05 PM
Start with Neuske's (http://www.nueskes.com/index.cfm) or your favorite brand brats. Boil them for 1/2 hour just covered in Miller Genuine Draft beer with one whole 'white' onion (1 onion per pack of brats) medium chopped. Remove brats from beer, and grill until browned (with nice grill marks). Replace them back into the beer/onion 'gravy' and serve from pot adding the onions on top, with a bit of your favorite mustard underneath the brat on the bun.

:punk:



That sounds really good!

Might substitue MGD for a nice pale ale though:chef:

Gatorboy
07-10-2008, 04:07 PM
The BEST hot dog - Hot Dog Chicago Style (http://www.hotdogchicagostyle.com/chicagodog.php)

Av8r3400
07-10-2008, 04:59 PM
That does sound good.... :w00t2:

American Woman
07-10-2008, 06:54 PM
Okay, let's talk brats.

Start with Neuske's (http://www.nueskes.com/index.cfm) or your favorite brand brats. Boil them for 1/2 hour just covered in Miller Genuine Draft beer with one whole 'white' onion (1 onion per pack of brats) medium chopped. Remove brats from beer, and grill until browned (with nice grill marks). Replace them back into the beer/onion 'gravy' and serve from pot adding the onions on top, with a bit of your favorite mustard underneath the brat on the bun.

:punk:

Hotdogs:

Gotta go with a grilled Neuske's natural casing dog (http://www.nueskes.com/products/sausage/Applewood_Smoked_Wieners.cfm), raw onions, relish and mustard.



Ketchup on a hot dog (or brat) is a sacrilege, period. No debate possible.
This sounds GOOOOOD!:mrgreen: is there a strong beer flavor with the gravy on it?
The BEST hot dog - Hot Dog Chicago Style (http://www.hotdogchicagostyle.com/chicagodog.php)That looks GOOOOOD Too :mrgreen: Hot dogs will be different at our house from now on :punk:

AndyM
07-10-2008, 08:15 PM
Slaw Dog (http://americanfood.about.com/od/hamburgersandsandwiches/ss/hotdogsamerica_8.htm)

waybomb
07-10-2008, 08:32 PM
Just about anybody's natural casing dog, either Veal, Beef, or Pork and Beef are fine with me. If they take the time to put it in natural casing, you can rest assured the rest of the dog is only meat, water, spices.

And hot horseradish. Not sauce or mustard, but real ground horseradish.

Skinless dogs (Oscar, Hebrew, Nathans, etc) have too much junk in with the meat. It is all wholesome, but there are few skinless dogs made right without fillers, phosphates, soy, etc.

Nueske's has good stuff.

bczoom
07-10-2008, 08:34 PM
Slaw Dog (http://americanfood.about.com/od/hamburgersandsandwiches/ss/hotdogsamerica_8.htm)
You've spent too much time at Primanti Brothers (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Primanti_Brothers_Restaurant)...

For those that don't know, they're famous for slaw and french fries on sandwiches.

waybomb
07-10-2008, 08:36 PM
If you are near a Schnuck's Market, you might want to try their beer brat. This tastes very close to what Av8E3400 describes, with out all the work.
About 1.5 cases of Linie's goes into every 600 pounds of beer brats.

American Woman
07-10-2008, 08:44 PM
Slaw Dog (http://americanfood.about.com/od/hamburgersandsandwiches/ss/hotdogsamerica_8.htm)
I always thought a slawdog meant sourcrout (sp)
I had a slawburger like this the other day like this and LOVED it!

lifesaver91958
05-25-2009, 12:42 AM
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