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1 posted on 07/09/2008 10:36:33 AM PDT by yankeedame
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I always liked sausage dogs better. Brats, to be precise - real brats, not that Johnsonville garbage.


2 posted on 07/09/2008 10:42:57 AM PDT by arderkrag (Libertarian Nutcase (Political Compass Coordinates: 9.00, -2.62 - www.politicalcompass.org))
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I always liked sausage dogs better. Brats, to be precise - real brats, not that Johnsonville garbage.


3 posted on 07/09/2008 10:43:00 AM PDT by arderkrag (Libertarian Nutcase (Political Compass Coordinates: 9.00, -2.62 - www.politicalcompass.org))
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Rutts Hut in NJ RULES!


4 posted on 07/09/2008 10:44:26 AM PDT by Joiseydude
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Those are some yummy pictures! I wouldn’t mind trying that Arizona one in the bowl looking bun and that Hawiaan puka dog!


5 posted on 07/09/2008 10:46:13 AM PDT by autumnraine
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Damn ... I’m gonna have to call the wife and see what she thinks about hot dogs for dinner tonight.

My vote — bacon-wrapped cheese dogs, maybe Ketchup/Mustard or Heinz 57 Sauce. Its a thing of beauty.

H


6 posted on 07/09/2008 10:53:35 AM PDT by SnakeDoctor (Jack Bauer for President '08 -- All the world's terrorists hate him. Sounds like a fair fight.)
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Goodness, I can feel the cholesterol coursing through my veins just looking at the photos!
7 posted on 07/09/2008 10:54:23 AM PDT by SF Republican
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I have my own variation.

A cooked (grilled, boiled, nuked, etc.) hot dog wrapped in a corn tortilla that has been slightly “cooked” over the electric stove burner.

Wrap it up with shredded cheddar, minced green onions, and mustard.

YUM!


8 posted on 07/09/2008 10:57:39 AM PDT by EggsAckley (If you shoot at mimes, should you use a silencer?)
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Sweet and Sour Dog (my favorite):
Put a layer of crushed pineapple (drained) at the bottom of the bun; next, add a layer of onions; top the pineapple and onions with a grilled all-beef hot dog; then pour your favorite BBQ sauce atop the dog.
9 posted on 07/09/2008 11:04:58 AM PDT by JoeGar
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Good lookin' Chicago dog...

Tennesee slaw dog...

Bite-size slaw dog...


10 posted on 07/09/2008 11:06:24 AM PDT by johnny7 ("Duck I says... ")
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Connecticut also invented the hampburger, has the best apizza (Sally’s on Wooster St. in New Haven) and has one of the more credible claims for inventing the grinder/submarine sandwich.

Jimmy’s of Savin Rock (now closed) had famous hot dogs. The style included a toasted clam-roll style bun (similar to one of the Maine rolls shown above) grilled-toasted with extra butter, foot-long all beef hot dog (Hummels or Roesslers), grilled onions and your choice of reasonable condiments (ketchup ok, no stupid things like celery salt, etc.)


12 posted on 07/09/2008 11:08:41 AM PDT by Dr. Sivana (There is no salvation in politics)
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Arguably Washington D.C.'s signature dish, a half-smoke is like an over-sized spicy sausage and can be filled with a pork/beef mix or all-beef. Some places steam them, but the legendary Ben's Chili Bowl serves its chili half-smokes by grilling the snappy links, putting them in steamed buns, and topping with chili, mustard, and chopped raw onions.

They have a stand at National's Stadium. The line is always long.

Dodger fans can get theirs steamed or grilled and if they can't make it to the park, the official Farmer John Dodger Dogs can be found in some supermarkets in the area.

I can here Vin Scully advertising Farmer John's now.

15 posted on 07/09/2008 11:11:55 AM PDT by Fundamentally Fair (If given a choice between a POW and a POS, I'll take the POW.)
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Yum!


16 posted on 07/09/2008 11:17:38 AM PDT by Lijahsbubbe
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I don’t understand the difference between the “Michigan Red Hot” and a coney. Except that it’s from upstate New York. It sounds like someone went to southeast Michigan, discovered the coneys in Flint and Detroit, and then took the concept back to NY and popularized it there.


17 posted on 07/09/2008 11:21:29 AM PDT by NonZeroSum
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My favourite is an all beef, natural casing dog on a steamed bun with stadium mustard, sliced tomato, and shredded cheddar cheese. Mmmmmmm....


18 posted on 07/09/2008 11:23:52 AM PDT by Eepsy (12-30-2008 +1)
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I had a few slaw dogs myself over the 4th. I added some home-made bbq sauce. I've always called ‘em “Elvis dogs” just because I'm sure the King would have approved.
19 posted on 07/09/2008 11:27:27 AM PDT by mojito
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I can remember as a child having hot dogs at Howard Johnson’s. One of the things I loved about them was the bun. Think it’s called a New England style bun (like the one in picture #6). They’d brush melted butter on them and then grill them-—boy were they great. Unfortunately we don’t have that style bun in California, at least in our area, and I sure miss them.


20 posted on 07/09/2008 11:33:43 AM PDT by mupcat
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Lafayette Coney Island hot dogs in Detroit.

21 posted on 07/09/2008 11:39:40 AM PDT by Alouette (Vicious Babushka)
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I guess the 4th of July weekend brought out a bunch of stories about Hot Dogs. Just this weekend there was a big story in our local liberal rag about Jimmy's Hot Dogs. Jimmy is 89 years young.
22 posted on 07/09/2008 11:40:49 AM PDT by OBXWanderer (Now is the time for all good men [and women] to come to the aid of their country.)
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Elgin's Southside BBQ sausage and brisket.


25 posted on 07/09/2008 12:13:58 PM PDT by Arrowhead1952 (A vote for any Democrat from BO on down the ticket is a vote for $10 a gallon gas.)
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How fitting. Today is “coney day” at the local watering hole I frequent and I get a craving every wednesday for 2 coney dogs and chili cheese fries!


27 posted on 07/09/2008 12:38:31 PM PDT by CSM (Hey if a small tax increase didn't work, a bigger tax increase should not work even BETTER!)
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