whats your fave hotdog brand???

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  1. cheater87

    cheater87 Registered Member

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    my faves are hebrew natinal and nathans
     
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    Vegie Dogs,
     
  3. JRCATES

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    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 :p )
     
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    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... :eek:

    ;) :D


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  5. Uguel707

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    Most of 100% beef hotdogs are fine by me. :cool:
    I once tried tofu hotdogs and I did not like that,
    the texture was like rubber! :D
     
  6. Ailric

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    I like Wardynski's which is made in Buffalo, NY.
    We aren't as serious about our 'dogs north of the border.
     
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    what went into them snowbound?just curious :D
     
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    Err, no... don't tell us... we're not that curious. :eek: :ninja:
     
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    Any kind that will fit on a bun and taste good with ketchup. :D
     
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    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. ;) :D


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  11. LowWaterMark

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    ketchup?! No, no - mustard!! :p

    Okay, we need a poll... who're the hotdog/ketchup people, and who are for mustard? :D
     
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    Nathans/mustard :D ;)
     
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    Mustard and Relish!!
     
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    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
     
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    i have a big bag of 1/4 pound hebrew national hotdogs in my freezer yummm *goes to thaw them*
     
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    Yep, Hebrew National - the best I've ever had and the only ones I buy.

    Blue
     
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    Oooooh....Yuuuum..... :cool:

    A friend got me hooked on those, and they are good! They really do "answer to a higher authority". :D

    But I have to have them with Chili and lots of Onions.
     
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    i cut up 2 of the 1/4 pound ones and put them in some chili yummmmmmmm :D
     
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    Don't much care for mystery meat in a tube. :D
     
  20. Ailric

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    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.)?
     
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    No, I'm NOT taking the easy way out here...I really, honestly like (and USE) both!!! ;)
     
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    spicy mustard or yellow mustardo_O
     
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    If it's yellow, you can spice it up any old way. :p Just ask the Dog *puppy*
     

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