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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Thi Them, Jul 10, 2002.
What do you like on your hot dog? ~T
Mustard, relish, jalapeno peppers.
Nothing, I hate condiments.
Mustard, relish, onions. Sometimes I just use pico de gallo.
Ketchup Mustard Relish Saurkraut
Mustard and Kraut for me!
My recipe for Hot Dogs: Nuke one slice of bacon per hotdog. Slice the barest sliver off the edges of the buns, so there's a flat surface on the opening side and the opposite side. Melt a tablespoon of butter in large frying pan, place buns sliced edges down onto butter and toast, add more butter and do other side of bun. Set buns aside and put hot dogs in pan, fry until well done. Place bacon slices in buns, then hotdogs. Cover hot dogs with finger-thick sticks of Mexican Velveeta. Place hotdogs under broiler cheese side up until cheese melts. Cover with hot dog relish, diced onions, ketchup, and French's yellow mustard, and serve with plain original style Lay's Potato Chips and Bush's Baked Beans.
Ketchup, Relish, Mustard and small cuts of Tomatos if available.
Mustard, chopped Onion, Celery salt & Sport peppers.
Either yellow mustard or chilli, LOTS of chilli!
Saurkraut or Chili and lots of onions.
Ever notice Matlock (Andy Griffit) is a big Hot Dog lover?
Hot brown mustard, diced onions (Vidalia, preffered), and horseradish.
regular hotdogs: mustard, ketchup, tomato, cucumber slices, celery salt, onions, sport peppers (or peppercini when available) chili dog: Chili, cheese, onions damn I'm getting hungry now
Call me old fashioned: ketchup, mustard, relish. (period)
All this goes on 1 or 2 slices of Home Pride bread, not no stinkin hot dog bun. Dennison's or Hormel Chili, Beaver sweet hot mustard and a ton of sharp cheddar cheese, preferably from California, not Wisconsin. California has happy cows.
I eat my dogs plain on a bun... no toppings to mess it up.
But I much prefer Brats
Mustard always. Occasionally Ketchup. I never turn down chili if it's available. Can't stand kraut, relish, onions or any of the fancy schmancy stuff.