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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by FullClip, Jul 6, 2020.
Did you pick that up in Germany? I love me some Currywurst with Pommes (with Mayo, of course).
Never heard of ‘em.
Hannie, I must admit that I have not been paying a lot of attention, but I recall that there was a time when you were being soundly criticized for NOT knowing how to post a photo on GT. When did that change?
Here is an attagirl just for you: ATTAGIRL
Well Sir, you have been served, now do you have any Grey Poupon?
Grilled and fairly burned on a nice bun, I can take or leave the catsup. Now if I have a hotdog not on the grill, then instead I put a hot dog inside the bun, wrap it into a paper towel nice and tight. Next I microwave it 20 seconds a side....wahlah you have a "Theater/Movie Dog". I have to have catsup on those for sure. They are great when ya want something quick but you are lazy. Add a big slice of Tillamook Sharp Cheddar, some Cheetos and a Coke or Dr. Pepper. I don't drink beer with food, beer is for later in the evening.
Oh ya, whip me, beat me, throw hot dogs on my face...
Well ya just kinda haft have a "Knack" for it....drumroll, cymbals crash.
Sure wish I had hot dog delivery service but it's not available in my neighborhood.
Slaw dogs a regional specialty of eastern Kentucky and west Virginia is my preferred hot dog. I know it sounds weird but a good one will knock your socks off.
You made me hungry for hot dogs FullClip!
Those will be fine.... Gimmee some ???!
Yes. I am from Germany, so. Pomme frit with mayo.
Mmmm mmm good. Just need to wrap them in bacon.
These are local McKenzie natural casing dogs.
The funk green things are jalapeños stuffed with cream cheese and cheddar, then wrapped up in bacon.
Grill indirect for an hour at 275°-300°.
The only hot dog worth eating is a Zweigles. What, you've never heard of them? They will ship to you. They have white and red.
Hoffmans Snappy Grillers are what I usually pick up.
Back in the 1960/70s when I lived in NJ Dad would take us to races in PA around the Readington/Mechanicsville. On the way there we'd stop at a roadside hotdog stand and get some RED-HOTS. The place had a model train track around the ceiling that cost a nickel to see run. IIRC the place was Jimmy-Johns.
Best fat hotdogs I ever had. Nice snap when bitten into on a toasted bun with kraut and spicy brown mustard.
Thank you sweetie. I can copy and paste pictures from the internet, but I can't post pictures from my laptop. Weird.