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Old 08-26-2009, 07:48 AM   #1
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Koegels Hot Dogs

They are not cheep. But boy howdy are they good!
http://www.michiganhotdogs.com/sauces.h ... nAodNGD6nw
Had some from a guy at camp that didn't have a grill, so he gave us some. I'm going to split a order with Bro Jack who is hooked on them now too. Wish I could get them local at the store. Click on Vienna's in the hot dog box.

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Old 08-26-2009, 08:49 AM   #2
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They're everywhere around here...natural casing the only way to go.
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Old 08-26-2009, 03:18 PM   #3
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My dad is from Fenton, MI. The biggest treat for us as kids when we would visit was the ring bologna they make. BEST stuff I have ever eaten!
When they go there now, they bring me 3 rings. Its gone in a week!
click link and scroll down to bottom:
http://www.koegelmeats.com/products.cgi?Item=bologna
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Old 08-26-2009, 03:22 PM   #4
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MY dad also loved this stuff:
http://www.drpeppersnapplegroup.com/brands/vernors/
I never did aquire the taste for it!
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Old 08-26-2009, 07:49 PM   #5
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For $7.00 per pound, I think I'll eat rib eyes, not hot dogs!
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Old 08-26-2009, 07:56 PM   #6
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Hey Pigs..found a coupla of pickled sausage recipes in the files. They are over in the recipe section. Figgered they would show up as new posts on the main screen but guess not.

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Old 08-26-2009, 11:37 PM   #7
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Thanks BW. Nick, I'm a hot dog freak. Can't beat a good dog now and then. Yea, I like the cheap dogs too. Buck a pound. Guess I'm a cheap date.

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I haven't seen them before.. Great score!
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Old 08-27-2009, 01:57 PM   #9
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Love a Good Dog! Sure would like to try those out. Went to the website..they got alot Good eats!

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Love a Good Dog! Sure would like to try those out. Went to the website..they got alot Good eats!

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If you're in the Northeast, you gotta try McKenzie's! They're in stores all over ... or you can order online.
the BEST natural casing dog...longer than a normal bun
3 lbs for $14

http://www.costore.com/kayemdeli/produc ... pid=931932
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Old 08-27-2009, 04:20 PM   #12
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Thanks Scotty. I'll give them a shot. Last big party at camp is in October. Hot Dogs and beans are the main bill of fair for Bro Jack and I to cook. We will leave the buck a pound dogs to the noobs.

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I can live with Nathans for an upper crust type dawg. Hebrew National is a little too salty. You know I got to buy the skinless type cuz the little chillins around heah do not like em in the casings. Whut a bunch of snobby little puss cakes huh?

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thank the good lord I live in North Carolina where we worry
more about the chili and the slaw. I've tried Nathans, Hebrew
Nats, etc,....no, I'm not paying steak money for hot dogs.
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I like the 5 star ones that I buy at BJ's...they are good...little longer than the bun...my oldest (Bobbi) calls them "snappies".
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They're everywhere around here...natural casing the only way to go.
I've got a natural casing for you...bologna size.
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[quote=Uncle Bubba]
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Originally Posted by "Bruce B":1tcfqkpi
They're everywhere around here...natural casing the only way to go.
I've got a natural casing for you...bologna size. [/quote:1tcfqkpi]

This is the wrong section of the forum for that, hence I can not reply.
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What about the Sahlens Pigs?
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What about the Sahlens Pigs?
They are okay I guess Dave. Think I'm just board with them now for a while. Been getting Wardynski's at the local market. (white hots) I can't tell you how many Sahlens Bro Jack and I cooked and ate this summer so far. I do miss Shelly dogs. Funny to see folk get freaked out when I put Mayo on a dog. Or corn on the cob.

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