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 Post subject: Hot Dog Toppings
PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2005 4:07 pm 
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I like grilled onions, garlic-whole-grain mustard, and mayo on a butter-toasted bun.

How do you folks like 'em?

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I like grilled onions, garlic-whole-grain mustard, and mayo on a butter-toasted bun.

How do you folks like 'em?


must be lunchtime where you are. I just had breakfast.

personally, I like mustard & ketchup / catsup on my weenies.

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Oh, I like them all different ways. Here are some of my favorite combos:
ketchup and onions
ketchup, spicy mustard, onions, and jalapenos
spicy mustard and pickles
ketchup, mustard, sweet relish

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mustard and kraut

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Grilled - mustard, ketchup, red onion, cheese, lots of hot peppers...

Convenient: just in time for lunch.

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onions, mustard and cheese

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mustard and kraut

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I like onions, spicy mustard, sometimes cheese, and ketchup. Lots of ketchup. I put some on the hot dog then a pile on my plate for dipping it into. :oops:

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with chili, cheese, and mustard.

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grilled onions and mustard


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That's my favorite.

I also like
Brown mustard
Brown mustard and kraut
Brown mustard and dill relish
Brown mustard, bbq sauce, kraut, dill relish, onion
Brown mustard and onion

Try mayoniase, it's pretty good.


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Has anyone ever tried to make the Cliff Huxtable classic Bacon Burger Dog?

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THE BEST HOT DOG IN THE WORLD
Charlie's Pool Room, Alpha, NJ

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The dogs are slow cooked to order in oil over a low heat until hot all the way through. The buns are steamed to order on a stove top steamer. Then each dog goes on a steamed bun. On top, Mrs. Fencz's special, sweet sour Hungarian onion sauce. The recipe is secret, but Joe is convinced that no one could make it even if they knew all the ingredients. The onions have to be cooked just right. Each ingredient has to be added at the ideal moment.

The basic hot dog has just the sauce. Most order it with fresh chopped onions. Those in the know order Mealies. The Mealie is topped with sauce, chopped onions and precisely cut and placed strips of hot peppers.

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.5, those look so good


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Iago wrote:
Has anyone ever tried to make the Cliff Huxtable classic Bacon Burger Dog?


I'm not sure what that is, but if it's a rolled up hamburger on a hot dog bun with bacon, chili, and chese ... I'm in!!

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I might have to get a hot dog for dinner now. Damn guys.

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.5, those look so good


seriously, i had eaten 9 hotdogs that day already. this was the last stop on the tour. i ate one and had to order another. i could've eaten 5 more.

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1/2faithfull wrote:
THE BEST HOT DOG IN THE WORLD
Charlie's Pool Room, Alpha, NJ

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The dogs are slow cooked to order in oil over a low heat until hot all the way through. The buns are steamed to order on a stove top steamer. Then each dog goes on a steamed bun. On top, Mrs. Fencz's special, sweet sour Hungarian onion sauce. The recipe is secret, but Joe is convinced that no one could make it even if they knew all the ingredients. The onions have to be cooked just right. Each ingredient has to be added at the ideal moment.

The basic hot dog has just the sauce. Most order it with fresh chopped onions. Those in the know order Mealies. The Mealie is topped with sauce, chopped onions and precisely cut and placed strips of hot peppers.

*and served on a styrofoam plate.


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