I like cheeze whiz, bacon bits and ketchup when I am at home. If it is a vendor who doesn't have my cheeze whiz I just top my dog with mustard, relish, onion and hot pepper. How do you like your weiner?
" @JJWeatherman: do you have a preference for bakery fresh hot dog buns or just plain old super market brans "I generally eat plain old super market brands out of convenience. As I said though, anything that won't fall apart at the hinge is great. :)
" @WickedCobra03: Never tried coleslaw on my dog, but I love it on any type of pork based sammich. I got hot dogs and potato salad so im gonna try that for lunch...coleslaw is next on my list though "Yeah, a potato salad hot dog is my next adventure. Now, should I go with a German potato salad or a Mustard potato salad?
" @JJWeatherman: ya having a bun that doesn't fall apart is key, but I also like a bun that is deep so I can pile on the toppings if I am feeling like living on the edge lol "I'm a person that generally doesn't like mixing too many foods at any given time. Ketchup and mustard is all I really want on a durger, so I don't need a huge bun. I can see the appeal for people who like lots of toppings though.
Forgot about chili dogs. If I'm making them, I'll toss the following in a crockpot and let it cook until it's hot - a can of mild-to-medium chili, about a fourth to a half a block of Velveeta cheese (depends on how many dogs I'm making), just a handful of chopped onion, and just a splash of hot sauce. Again, I'd preferably use turkey dogs or cheddar brats, grilled on low for about ten to twenty minutes, and then boiled for another four or five minutes. Top 'em with the chili on just a plain old white bun. I usually like to add a little black olives on mine, and maybe a handful of mozzarella.
I know, it's a hell of a lot of work for a goddamn hot dog, but trust me, it's about the best chili dog I've ever had.
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