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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by kertap75, Jan 26, 2012.
It's good on their "onion rings".
My kids favorite toppings would be Velveeta shells and cheese, and Bush's baked beans. Otherwise known as beans and Frank's with Mac and cheese. They would eat this everyday if I let them, and frankly, at three dollars per plate, I would let them.
Kin chee? Really? I thought the only reason American consumed that peculiar concoction of kim chee and nuoc mam and Gaulois cigarettes was when LURP's and other small infantry units wanted to mask their normal "sweet pork" smell from VC's and NVR's.
Lipator (20 mg)
Once again T.H. we agree on something (that scares me just a little ). Was sorely tempted, but he does have some redeeming qualities. .
LOL, you know he has Gerber multitools, don't ya?
On the other hand, the place wouldn't be the same w/o Vegas.
Hot mustard for sure.
I am diffently just a mustard packet kind of guy for my topping on my hotdog . But if i had my hotdog my way i like my hotdog burnt with some chilli on top with some crispy peanut butter crackers from the toaster oven on top .
Minimum? Mustard. Also in regards to chili dogs, chili has no beans. I don't want stew on my hot dog. No fillers in chili, just ask the Chili Appreciation Society International.
I just had to say it. I really like chili with or without beans, but prefer no beans on hot dogs and fries. The only right way is the way you like it!
Brighton Beach born and raised (check out the Avatar) with at least a dozen great delis (not to mention Nathans) all strung along the streets and the boardwalk between Brighton Beach and Coney Island, I can't even imagine how many hot dogs I ate as a kid. I still eat them the same way I did then, grilled and topped with spicy mustard and sauerkraut.
Mustard, relish, and miracle whip
Dill relish. I like this thread. Knife threads should be so easy. I like dill....no giant argument.
bacon and cheese
smoked or camp fire cooked Schwab's hot dog, mustard, habanero and cayenne peppers diced, every cheese I have at the time, onions, and slap yo' mama seasoning.
Seven references to ketchup on the first page. Stopped reading there.
There's a half-hour long program made for PBS (watch for it, it gets aired occasionally) dedicated to the hot dog in which a couple of University of Chicago professors speculate as to why people put ketchup on hotdogs. One of them points out that children often do that. The other posits that maybe it has to with not-yet-fully-developed taste buds.
I'm not a "Chicago Dog" purist. Chili, bacon, cheese, sauerkraut, relish, onion, hot sauce, mayo, etc. are all good stuff. Do what you want, makes no difference to me, but ketchup doesn't really go with any sort of sausage with the possible exception of spicier sausages like Italian.
Don't get me started on boiled dogs...
Yellow mustard only, or chili with or without cheese.
Chili and coleslaw
I do not have a "must have topping" I can eat them however