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Old 05-07-2009, 01:38 PM   #1
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Hotdog toppings

So back in the Buffalo NY area we have what I think are some of the best hotdogs I have had. There is a brand called Sahlens that makes hotdogs and hams and I don't even know what else. Now that I am out in Seattle though I haven't had any in a while so I found a website that overnights them out here and I have 70 - well 65 now hotdogs. I need some ideas of what to but on these dogs. I usually eat them plain because I think they are that good but I am lookin to try some new things too.

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Old 05-07-2009, 01:42 PM   #2
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Nothing but spicy brown or beer mustard
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Old 05-07-2009, 01:52 PM   #3
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I'll see your spicy brown or beer mustard and raise you some chopped onions. If I don't want to bother with the onions, though, the spicy brown/beer mustard is plenty. A little horseradish in the beer mustard is perfectly acceptable too.

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(I just don't understand why some people go for sweet relish and ketchup. Or chili. Or sauerkraut. Or fried onions and peppers. But not everyone agrees with me. )
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This is one post of many dog post:
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Nothing but spicy brown or beer mustard
I'll see your spicy brown or beer mustard and raise you some chopped onions.

Ill see your chopped onions and raise you some sauerkraut.
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Old 05-07-2009, 03:51 PM   #6
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Sport peppers, tomato, onion and celery salt.

I also eat hot dogs with cheese and chile or with salsa on it for a South of the Border style hot dog. Barbeque sauce is also good on a hotdog as far as I am concerned.

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Sorta depends on the day an what I got. Sometimes it be ketchup an onions, bbq sauce an onions, spiced mustard an onions, sauerkraut an onions, horseradish an onions, cheese sauce an onions. Gee, do I even like onions? Chili an onions, green relish an onions.

Maybe some onions?
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Always ketchup, Webers hot mustard/relish and onions. Whenever I cook Salens, I always cook extra. I love em leftover/cold plain in a bun or on white bread.
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There is a place called Pinks, in Hollywood I think, and they serve what they call a 3 Dog Night. Awesome dog and more than one man should eat. Get yourself a Tortilla and place in it 3 foot long dogs, 3 slices of bacon, grilled onions, mustard, chili, and cheese. Roll it up and pin the sheets down.

I made these and a few other variations last year. No one wanted one until I made the first and then they all wanted one.
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try butter on a steamed dog
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