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Honestly, I can't turn my nose up at doggie offerings that seem ridiculous anymore. I used to be a hot dog snob; Chicago-style or nothing.

Today I had a 'beer hot' spicy hot dog on a bun resembling Naan bread with the following toppings: peanut butter, Crackerjacks, smoked Gouda, bacon, and BBQ sauce.

After you're done pulling your head out of the trashcan from reading this, please note... it was fabulous. No lie.


...actually, all of this is a lie...
 
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Sounds more disgusting than the currywursts buried in ketchup that are served in Berlin.


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I keep it real with Reindeer Sausage
 
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A hotdog is a hotdog. A gourmet burger on the other hand, that's another story. Not a huge hotdog fan in general...much prefer knackwurst and bratwurst.
 
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I keep it real with Reindeer Sausage

Santa ain't stopping by now.


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To me a gourmet hotdog is made with Kobe Beef topped with mustard, onions and sauerkraut with a cold brew on the side.

Of course with all of those toppings it could be just a nathans and I wouldn't know the difference


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Anything at Doug's dwags Chicago!!!!!


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Hebrew National grilled with onion, relish and mustard. Special treat add Tony Packo coney sauce.
 
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Round Two:
Roasted Green Chili, sauteed Onions, fresh Tomatoes, Pinto Beans, Cheddar Cheese and Mayo

Round Three:
Mango Chutney, diced Jalapenos, Red Onions, fresh Cilantro and Mayo


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Last weekend I was fortunate enough to end up in Chicago at my brother in law's house. I was able to get a couple of Chicago Style Hot Dogs, my favorite--onions, neon green relish, dill pickle, tomato, sport peppers, mustard.


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One popular London UK restaurant pairs champagne with hot dogs to general acclaim.

http://www.bubbledogs.co.uk/home

Certainly it would be easy for a home cook to duplicate these pairings at home and some of them, honestly, sound like an interesting and fun way to host friends for a unique cocktail party.
 
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My nephew brought some Hebrew National Kosher Hotdogs camping last season. Absolutely awesome!

Each dog has 25mg of Cholesterol, 6 grams of saturated fat, and adequate amount of trans fats (5 grams).

Go big or stay home.


Cheers!


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Hot Dog with celery salt, poppy seed & ketchup.

Anyone ever experienced a Hot Dog from the hotdog stands at HomeDepot? Yum.
 
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Home Depot has hot dogs ?
 
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Home Depot has hot dogs ?


Here in St. Louis they have a hotdog stand at one the entrance/exit. While I would not ever dare to ask whats inside their hotdogs, they sure do taste mighty fine!
 
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Hah here in NH if the Depot doesnt have a hotdog stand the store is dead during the day. Enough so that Lowes has them now too


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Whether it's Home Depot, Lowe's, or a city street corner, dirty water hotdogs rule.
 
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Its funny- just yesterday I was grabbing the hot dog buns and thought, "I wonder how peanut butter would be on a hot dog with a toasted bun". I use peanut butter to richen soups or stews, and even to pull some of the acidic bite out of a pot of chili. In those cases only a small amount is needed- you dont want to taste it per say, rather feel it.
 
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