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Old 09-12-2019, 05:02 PM   #46
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... ketchup ...


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Old 09-12-2019, 05:05 PM   #47
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Nothing wrong with ketchup on a hot dog.

If you enjoy it eat it, if you don't then don't.

I prefer my hot dog grilled but I can eat em most any way.
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Old 09-12-2019, 05:09 PM   #48
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Now I want hot dogs.
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Old 09-12-2019, 05:17 PM   #49
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Ummm hot dogs!

I like most brands except for the really cheap ones. I like mine grilled with a bit of char, love home made chili dogs with a good steamed bun. Plain I them on a soft white bun with ketchup. Really could care less what folks put on em...
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Old 09-12-2019, 06:45 PM   #50
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Bright Leaf from Carolina Packers. My Granddaughter just calls them "red hotdogs".
Grilled till lightly charred.
Dressed several different ways depending on mood: mustard, chili, slaw; kraut and stone ground mustard; a slice of American cheese, Dukes mayo and ketchup.
Need a few left over to slice for a pot of beanie weenies.
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Old 09-12-2019, 06:48 PM   #51
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Until the last few years steamed was my go to with sweet relish, mustard and a strip of Velveeta under the dog on white bun. Still like it but the wife likes them grilled with a little char on them. At one time I did not care for that. Now I love them. No condiments, just a fresh hot off the grill dog dropped into a bun.


Ketchup...catsup...I cant imagine eating a cheeseburger or fried fish with out it. But a hotdog? Ever since I was a child I thought it was a gross pairing that just makes my guts churn. But to suggest that a person is not an adult because he favors a particular condiment that you don't favor is a bit narrow.
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Until the last few years steamed was my go to with sweet relish, mustard and a strip of Velveeta under the dog on white bun. Still like it but the wife likes them grilled with a little char on them. At one time I did not care for that. Now I love them. No condiments, just a fresh hot off the grill dog dropped into a bun.


Ketchup...catsup...I cant imagine eating a cheeseburger or fried fish with out it. But a hotdog? Ever since I was a child I thought it was a gross pairing that just makes my guts churn. But to suggest that a person is not an adult because he favors a particular condiment that you don't favor is a bit narrow.
Just goes to show how different we all are. I couldn't imagine putting ketchup on a fried catfish sandwich. Homemade tartar sauce with SP. Nothing else touching my fish but I'm OK with ketchup on a dog. Everyone just eat what you like.
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Old 09-13-2019, 11:36 AM   #53
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Until the last few years steamed was my go to with sweet relish, mustard and a strip of Velveeta under the dog on white bun. Still like it but the wife likes them grilled with a little char on them. At one time I did not care for that. Now I love them. No condiments, just a fresh hot off the grill dog dropped into a bun.


Ketchup...catsup...I cant imagine eating a cheeseburger or fried fish with out it. But a hotdog? Ever since I was a child I thought it was a gross pairing that just makes my guts churn. But to suggest that a person is not an adult because he favors a particular condiment that you don't favor is a bit narrow.


Ketchup on fried fish?!?! Never seen that in all my life!!
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I have no certain preference. If they are grilled or fire roasted, I dont want them completely burned. Grew up with them boiled usually. If dad cooled them on the grill, he sauced them. Sometimes they get pan fried if it is raining or we are in a big hurry. I also sometimes split them, particularly if I want to double the meat on a bun.

I like Nathan's and Hebrew National the best and a few months ago had housemade dogs that were very good.

You didnt say toppings but other people are saying it, so I like them chicago style the most or with mustard slaw and chili but I will eat them with any toppings. I dont like the way they taste with Ketchup.
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Little chief and big chief now available . Both are good.


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Old 09-13-2019, 02:05 PM   #56
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I prefer Ball Park dogs grilled with a little char. Chili and cheese is hard to beat but I also like to slice 2 lengthwise, put on bread with cheddar and bacon and cook like a grilled cheese sammich. Thin sliced grilled dogs are also excellent in mac & cheese.
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Old 09-13-2019, 02:09 PM   #57
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We've got a local store that makes and sells their own hot dogs and they are really good (not cheap though). If you have a local butcher or sausage maker it's worth trying their products.

BTW, if you are an adult and you still put ketchup on your dog...your not a real adult.
I realize I'm in the minority but,
You keep your mustard, I'll keep my Ketchup.
for the 1 dog I eat every other year.
what about the brethren spirit?
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Old 09-13-2019, 02:35 PM   #58
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Old Texan here so grilled dog with HOMEMADE chili (never, ever canned stuff) with mustard, cheese and chopped red onion.

Had my first official Chicago dog this summer with Bill-Chicago at Portillo’s and it was mighty tasty.
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Old 09-13-2019, 04:15 PM   #59
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Ketchup on fried fish?!?! Never seen that in all my life!!

Really!!? Not actually on it but dredged through it. By itself or mixed with tarter sauce or Louisiana hot sauce. Fries and hush puppies on the side...Back to the hotdogs though. I want one now.
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Nathan's all beef.
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Coney sauce, cheddar cheese, onion, hot banana pepper rings.
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