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I usually prefer not to eat them but I do use them for ketchup fried rice occasionally. Cheese-filled hotdogs aren't bad for the fried rice, either.

I cut them in half lengthwise and then cut them into small sections. I mince an onion, beat an egg and add them to hot bacon grease, beef tallow, or pork lard in a pan. Then, I mix cooked white rice from the night before into the egg/onion mix. When thoroughly combined, I add the hot dog pieces, then I add ketchup to taste and to redden the rice.

When it's about ready (when some of the rice is browned and ketchup is thoroughly distributed and absorbed into the rice), I add finely sliced green onions, turn the heat on high for a little with the lid on, then turn off the flame. Let it sit on the stovetop for a little while and it's ready. Throw on some shredded cheese and let the residual heat melt it on the rice if you want it to be more western and rich lol
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stoner789 wrote:

yes cheese and milk, i have a quart of milk every lunch meal, breakfast I'm not sure however much fits in with the cereal. and sometimes at night with whey protein mix if i feel like working out a little harder then usual. I have been told i have 2-3% body fat

Yea, I exercise and even if I don't I still can't gain body fat, as much a curse as it is a blessing.
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Cheese is so good. I'd eat it all the time if I could. I'm mildly lactose intolerant, since I notice that I sometimes break out the day after eating a lot of cheese. Whole milk makes me feel very gross and bloated.

Bacon-wrapped chili dogs with grated/shredded cheese melted on top is what I like at BBQs if I must eat a hot dog. Oh, and I need grilled onions, too. Minced raw onions are a bit too strong for a hot dog, IMO.
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pirththee wrote:

Orally,with Boston baked beans Scorpion pepper sauce, and all the above.


Oh my goodness yes!! Beans and hotdogs was the Saturday night meal I grew up with (using bread or the end of the hotdog roll to sop up the bean sauce), and would occasionally make for myself as an adult. Haven't done it in a while (grew up eating canned beans, but once I learned how to make my own, that's what I prefer).

Now I've got a craving.
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stoner789 wrote:

yes cheese and milk, i have a quart of milk every lunch meal, breakfast I'm not sure however much fits in with the cereal. and sometimes at night with whey protein mix if i feel like working out a little harder then usual. I have been told i have 2-3% body fat

Yea, I exercise and even if I don't I still can't gain body fat, as much a curse as it is a blessing.


even if i didn't exercise i would still have none, it can suck not having weight to throw around, i need to bulk up again though, if i don't keep up on it i lose muscle quick
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stoner789 wrote:


PurpleDjango wrote:


stoner789 wrote:

yes cheese and milk, i have a quart of milk every lunch meal, breakfast I'm not sure however much fits in with the cereal. and sometimes at night with whey protein mix if i feel like working out a little harder then usual. I have been told i have 2-3% body fat

Yea, I exercise and even if I don't I still can't gain body fat, as much a curse as it is a blessing.


even if i didn't exercise i would still have none, it can suck not having weight to throw around, i need to bulk up again though, if i don't keep up on it i lose muscle quick


Same here, I gotta exercise every other day otherwise my body starts to loose muscle
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pirththee wrote:

Orally,with Boston baked beans Scorpion pepper sauce, and all the above.


Oh my goodness yes!! Beans and hotdogs was the Saturday night meal I grew up with (using bread or the end of the hotdog roll to sop up the bean sauce), and would occasionally make for myself as an adult. Haven't done it in a while (grew up eating canned beans, but once I learned how to make my own, that's what I prefer).

Now I've got a craving.


Student lunches circa 1962 .Corn bread base with hot dogs smothered in baked beans and drenched in US Agriculture surplus honey.I couldn't wear white at my wedding after that.
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I really love Chicago dogs <3 It's the only way I'll eat a hotdog.
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Bun, ketchup, mustard.
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I eat them hot with BBQ sauce.
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Well, I actually eat turkey hotdogs instead of beef hotdogs. Also, as for toppings, I either put mayo on top or eat it plain.
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It's a bit lazy, but I just boil the franks and have them on buns with pepperjack cheese and onions. Pretty good for something so quick and cheap, I think.
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I like a grilled hotdog with a warm bun and LOTS of ketchup.

Its not a hotdog unless its dripping in ketchup *nod*
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grill is best but i'm down for microwave too

ketchup spicy brown mustard chili
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Honestly, if you have a Costco in your area, go there and buy a POLISH dog. You can eat it by itself, or at the very least, add ketchup.

If you don't have a Costco, look for a Sam's Club. No Sam's Club, then come to California
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