Discussion in 'ten-forward' started by cheater87, Sep 13, 2005.
my faves are hebrew natinal and nathans
I've heard Nathans is pretty good....will have to give it a try someday.
As of now, Decker (a brand based out of Texas), Bryan (a strong Southern brand), Kahns (based out of Cincinnati), and Eckrich (strong mid-western brand) are probably a toss-up for me
(no, not "throw" up )
A long long time ago i used to work making deliveries to a meat packing facility here at the Toronto Stockyards and i guarantee u if u ever saw what went into a hotdog u would never eat another one again...
Most of 100% beef hotdogs are fine by me.
I once tried tofu hotdogs and I did not like that,
the texture was like rubber!
I like Wardynski's which is made in Buffalo, NY.
We aren't as serious about our 'dogs north of the border.
what went into them snowbound?just curious
Err, no... don't tell us... we're not that curious.
Any kind that will fit on a bun and taste good with ketchup.
Ok i won't and yes, u don't want to know... What i witnessed happened over 30 years ago and i'm sure the laws have changed a lot since then regarding meat processing but i'll just say it was shocking and i haven't eaten one since. I'll also just say this is a major wholesale meat processing facility that is still in business today.
Enjoy your frankfurters everyone.
ketchup?! No, no - mustard!!
Okay, we need a poll... who're the hotdog/ketchup people, and who are for mustard?
Mustard and Relish!!
How about Whorle's dogs w/chilie, horseradish, and a side of beans. Maybe 'Baked Bean Man' can jump in here w/some of his odiferous favorites!
Depleting the ozone layer, big bad ed
i have a big bag of 1/4 pound hebrew national hotdogs in my freezer yummm *goes to thaw them*
Yep, Hebrew National - the best I've ever had and the only ones I buy.
A friend got me hooked on those, and they are good! They really do "answer to a higher authority".
But I have to have them with Chili and lots of Onions.
i cut up 2 of the 1/4 pound ones and put them in some chili yummmmmmmm
Don't much care for mystery meat in a tube.
Ever try a slaw dog? I got my hands on some real good cole slaw and tried it on a hot dog after watching a show about hot dogs on PBS. Great combo, apparently southerers like 'em that way.
"Yep, Hebrew National - the best I've ever had and the only ones I buy."
Can't wait to try them out. Are they available nationwide(U.S.)?
No, I'm NOT taking the easy way out here...I really, honestly like (and USE) both!!!
Not just any old mustard and lots of onions.
spicy mustard or yellow mustard
If it's yellow, you can spice it up any old way. Just ask the Dog
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