Hot Dogs

  • secondstartot...

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    May 28, 2015 8:43 PM GMT
    so...how do you like your boys ?

    40 Different, Delicious Ways To Eat Hot Dogs

    The humble hot dog, as unassuming as it may be, has the ability to spark some heated debates. If you top your dog with ketchup in front of the wrong person, you'll likely get an earful. Others will have the same reaction over mustard. But the condiment debate is thrown out the window with one look at how the rest of the world tops and eats their hot dogs. We're talking pico de gallo, potato chips and pineapples.

    Food Republic put together a beautiful graphic that illustrates all the different ways hot dogs are eaten in spots around the globe. One thing is clear: there are many ways -- 40 of them to be exact -- to eat a dog, and we would devour them all.



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    May 28, 2015 8:54 PM GMT
    secondstartotheright saidso...how do you like your boys ?
    Legal and rich.
  • ChicagoSteve

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    May 28, 2015 11:57 PM GMT
    I had no idea there were so many styles. I like the Chicago style here in my home town. I enjoyed a "Dodger Dog" when I saw a Dodgers game at Dodger Stadium in L.A. a while back.
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    May 29, 2015 12:01 AM GMT
    So many wieners, so little time...
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    May 29, 2015 12:03 AM GMT
    anotherphil saidSo many wieners, so little time...
    LMAO! icon_lol.gif
  • secondstartot...

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    May 29, 2015 12:50 AM GMT
    ChicagoSteve saidI had no idea there were so many styles. I like the Chicago style here in my home town. I enjoyed a "Dodger Dog" when I saw a Dodgers game at Dodger Stadium in L.A. a while back.

    did the picture/article get it right ? is that exactly how a chicago style dog is ? ... that Dodger sure looks good !
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    May 29, 2015 6:28 PM GMT
    They got the description of a "Coney" wrong. There is no cheese on a Coney Island, a Detroit specialty. It is a grilled hot dog with dense chili, sweet Vidalia onions (diced) and yellow mustard. This is where they originated almost a century ago, right in downtown Detroit:

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  • venue35

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    May 29, 2015 8:00 PM GMT
    Is the meat used in hot dogs really that crap??
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    May 29, 2015 8:08 PM GMT
    Western NY is the home of white hotdogs which are my personal favorite. From a street vendor with ketchup, mustard, raw onions and Rochester hot sauce. Which is basically ground beef and grease and spiciness. I made the mistake of looking at the nutritional info once... there are 19 grams of fat in them! And not the good kind.
  • TheBaise

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    May 29, 2015 8:11 PM GMT
    I used to eat chili dogs sometimes when I was a kid, and I liked 'em. My partner says that kind of thing is 'trailer food'. Is it? I never knew that? (He won't eat mac & cheese either). Very picky eater!
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    May 29, 2015 8:19 PM GMT
    All of those hot dogs listed sound fantastic! I would have never imagined a Baltimore Dog. The fried bologna around the hot dog sounds...not to thrilling. I could be wrong though icon_biggrin.gif
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    May 29, 2015 9:49 PM GMT
    TheBaise saidI used to eat chili dogs sometimes when I was a kid, and I liked 'em. My partner says that kind of thing is 'trailer food'. Is it? I never knew that? (He won't eat mac & cheese either). Very picky eater!
    Hell I eat el cheapo ramen noodles sometimes...just because they're good. And hot dogs, and mac and cheese, and other stuff associated with "poor people/trailer food."

    Then again, I used to live in a trailer and own a restaurant at the same time, so my experience with "trailer food" is more like homemade awesomeness and lots of grilling out. icon_wink.gif
  • madsexy

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    May 29, 2015 10:49 PM GMT
    Man how much cheap or trailer food did I eat while I was in uni? Slightly more than cock!!! Hot dogs qualify in both categories. icon_lol.gif
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    May 29, 2015 11:01 PM GMT
    Sharkspeare saidThey got the description of a "Coney" wrong. There is no cheese on a Coney Island, a Detroit specialty. It is a grilled hot dog with dense chili, sweet Vidalia onions (diced) and yellow mustard. This is where they originated almost a century ago, right in downtown Detroit:

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    They may have been confused by the Skyline Coney available in the Cincinnati area and Fort Lauderdale:

    http://www.skylinechili.com/coneys.php

  • ChicagoSteve

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    May 29, 2015 11:35 PM GMT
    secondstartotheright said
    ChicagoSteve saidI had no idea there were so many styles. I like the Chicago style here in my home town. I enjoyed a "Dodger Dog" when I saw a Dodgers game at Dodger Stadium in L.A. a while back.

    did the picture/article get it right ? is that exactly how a chicago style dog is ? ... that Dodger sure looks good !


    The Dodger dog was good. Yes, they have the Chicago style dog portrayed correctly. Checkout the video belowicon_biggrin.gif

  • venue35

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    May 30, 2015 8:44 PM GMT
    Wyndahoi saidWestern NY is the home of white hotdogs which are my personal favorite. From a street vendor with ketchup, mustard, raw onions and Rochester hot sauce. Which is basically ground beef and grease and spiciness. I made the mistake of looking at the nutritional info once... there are 19 grams of fat in them! And not the good kind.
    well I don't think that most hotdogs are made out of ground beef and spicesicon_neutral.gif
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    May 30, 2015 9:19 PM GMT
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    Here my little contribution.

    Hot dog with potato chips, pineapple sauce, mustard, keptchup, cocktail sauce, mayonaise and its sausage or maybe, bacon or ham slices.

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  • LUVH2O

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    May 31, 2015 8:50 AM GMT
    I miss Seattle hot dogs. Polish sausage with cream cheese, ketchup, Grey poupon, sauerkraut, relish, and lots of grilled onions. Yum.
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    May 31, 2015 4:55 PM GMT
    Sharkspeare saidThey got the description of a "Coney" wrong. There is no cheese on a Coney Island, a Detroit specialty. It is a grilled hot dog with dense chili, sweet Vidalia onions (diced) and yellow mustard. This is where they originated almost a century ago, right in downtown Detroit:

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    ^+1 for historical accuracy!

    I could go for any of these dogs, except maybe those w/ cream cheese, but for me the key's in preparation. In a pinch, wrapped in a wet paper towel and then micro-ed, but for the real deal either indirectly grilled or steamed, NOT boiled. Personal favorite: pickles, mustard, and cole slaw, w/ a good grind of black pepper over all.
  • tj85016

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    Jun 01, 2015 9:45 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidMy favorite - it's in Clifton NJ.

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    holy crap! is it still there? the best
  • tj85016

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    Jun 01, 2015 9:58 AM GMT
    There really isn't a "New York" it could be

    mustard, relish, onions

    mustard, sauerkraut

    mustard, onions

    mustard, relish
  • ChicagoSteve

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    Jun 01, 2015 12:58 PM GMT
    Came across this funny video and since this thread is talking about hot dogs, thought it would be appropriate.

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    Jun 02, 2015 2:35 AM GMT

    Hate to be a party pooper but it's truly disgusting how hot dogs are made. I won't touch those things unless there is literally nothing else to eat. Know what you're putting into your body.
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    Jun 02, 2015 2:42 AM GMT
    I'll be damned!! I had no idea hot dogs were done up in any other way than the "Dodger"! Who knew?!

    Mind you I've had hot dogs wrapped in Pillsbury crescent rolls and I didn't see that up there.