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Old 03-02-2005, 02:19 PM   #11
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Maybe they should try a veggie dog.

For the best dog around y'all should really try this.

I really should know this, but what exactly chow chow?
I mean, how is it different from relish?
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Old 03-02-2005, 02:26 PM   #12
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I don't care how they're made, I love hot dogs. My dad told me when I was little they was made of lips and assholes, and my sister stopped eating them. To this day, few things make me happier than a perfect hot dog, with ketchup! I love all the toppings, relish, chili, slaw....but no ketchup.
Huh?? ketchup or no ketchup?
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Have you given any though to a "special" deal for your friends here at bbq-4-u ? I love a good mustard relish!
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Old 03-02-2005, 03:06 PM   #14
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We can hook you up with a deal on a Nu-Temp remote thermometer in exchange.
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I don't care how they're made, I love hot dogs. My dad told me when I was little they was made of lips and assholes, and my sister stopped eating them. To this day, few things make me happier than a perfect hot dog, with ketchup! I love all the toppings, relish, chili, slaw....but no ketchup.
Huh?? ketchup or no ketchup?[/quote:2e3e5tl4]


That should be no ketchup.....I get a little excited sometimes when I talk about food.
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I don't care how they're made, I love hot dogs. My dad told me when I was little they was made of lips and assholes, and my sister stopped eating them. To this day, few things make me happier than a perfect hot dog, with ketchup! I love all the toppings, relish, chili, slaw....but no ketchup.

People who like hot dogs and politics..... Should never look to closely at what goes into either.
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Old 03-02-2005, 05:32 PM   #17
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I work at our annual firemans fair and all we serve the brothers is hotdogs. It's my job to go from booth to booth and feed the guys. I usually eat 5 or 6 dogs a night and that will go on for 6 nights. I stop eating them for the week when I get a bone in one of them! But you just can't beat a Saberett!
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Ive been know to eat a dog or two....I like hot mustard relish on 'em and lots of onions...
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Oh man do I love hot dogs. Favorites are Hebrew National and Isaac Ellis (not sure if they have those outside of the New York area). Favorite way to do 'em is on a griddle. Grilling is my second choice. Need to get the skin nice and crispy IMHO. Gulden's mustard and sometimes a pushcart sauce.... Oh, yeah. Toast the inside of the bun....

When I was about 5 my mom thought I was eating too many hotdogs. To break me of the habit she decided to give me a hot dog every time I asked for one. She says I ate nothing but hotdogs for 4 straight days morning, noon and night until she gave up.


Anyway, guess I grew up. Still love hotdogs but dinner tonight was turkey meatloaf and brocolli rabe. Around here that counts as regular food.
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We did eggplant parmigain for dinner last night. Made enough so I could have leftovers for sandwiches this week at work. Thats regular food.
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