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Ahhhhhhh, Weiners In The Morning!

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by USMCsilver, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. USMCsilver

    USMCsilver Boat Life ©

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    Nothin' says lovin' like a good weiner in the morning!

    Breakfast is served! :tongueout:
     
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    What is that on your wieners? kraut?
     

  3. USMCsilver

    USMCsilver Boat Life ©

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    Chili, mustard, and KFC slaw! :supergrin:
     
  4. glockrod

    glockrod NRA-Endow. Life

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    Breakfast of champions!!

    At least the one's that puked on the way there!!:rofl:

    Glad to see you eating healthy, Sterling.

    Rod
     
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    nice,

    I had my first good dog experience in downtown Minneapolis the other day at the Weinery. I had the following

    Chicago - Relish, onion, tomato, sport pep, pickle & celery salt
    Drive-In Dog - Southern special w/ coleslaw, chili & cheese
     
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    I like dogs and scambled eggs
     
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    For hotdogs, nothing beats a good Chicago dog, although, never had one for breakfast. :supergrin:
     
  8. Carrys

    Carrys Inquisitive

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    We used to call those Tennessee fried steaks, along with fried baloney.


    Good eatin' for sure.


    My stomach just can't hang any more, sadly.




    Edited to add:

    Just in the mornings. The rest of the day, look out.
     
  9. okie

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    That do look good:eat:
     
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    The only thing that comes close to a chili dog in the a.m. is a fresh, hot slice of pepperroni pizza!:thumbsup:
     
  11. USMCsilver

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    Or...a COLD slice. :tongueout:
     
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    inthefrey Moved on...

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    ".. HOT SURFACE..":rofl::rofl::supergrin:
     
  13. USMCsilver

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    I like to place my weiners before a hot surface. :whistling:
     
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    When I was in Thailand you could have breakfast soup (pretty good actually) or 'American' breakfast. American breakfast was two eggs, slice of toast, slice of oscar mayer type processed ham, and a hotdog. Not a sausage or hotlink, just a plain old room temp crappy hotdog.

    I went with the soup.
     
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    Add enchiladas to that list.
     
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    Back in my younger days, when things were a bit leaner, we would cut "hot dogs" lengthwise, fry them up and serve them with scrambled eggs. Hence the "Tennessee fried steak" comment.

    Looking back, I don't believe things were all that "leaner" at all, at least we never knew it.

    We were kept short on pocket change, but long on hugs.

    And a hot breakfast.



    "Poor"................sure.
     
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    Yeah, to the original OP, I agree.........nothing like a great slaw dog ANY time of the day! Of course, there are some parts of this country that have never even heard of putting slaw on hot dogs. That's ok.....they don't know what they're missing.
     
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    Gotcha beat. My buddy Jim used to go around the house and get all the beer cans and bottles with 1/2" of dregs left, pour 'em all into one and have that for breakfast. I imagine a nice slaw dog could only improve it.
     
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    Chili-red-dawg-runnin-with-slaw!
     
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    I usually just skip breakfast and have seafood for lunch.

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