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Favorite type of hot dog?
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Posted 5/4/16
Not sure, I used to love hotdogs, but now I'm trying to get into a paleo diet. I don't like weenies, ham or processed meat, but maybe I'll try using wieners made out of grass fed beef short ribs.
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Posted 5/4/16
I love the Steak and Shake ones with mustard. I guess I need to stop by a Sonic's and see how theirs are now.
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Posted 5/4/16
I will only eat beef ones and I love Chicago style it's a whole meal in a single dog
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Posted 5/5/16
Gas station hot dogs that have been on the rollers for a day and a half. They have a unique taste you can't get elsewhere even if you try.
Posted 1/10/17
i want some Chicago hot dogs

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Posted 1/10/17
Used to like hot dogs but now I get sick every time I have one.
Posted 1/10/17
idk any type I guess
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Posted 1/10/17

Slim within a bun heavily covered in hot melted cheese, so much so that cheese is dripping from the edges.

Now I'm hungry.

Posted 1/10/17
We have hotdogs called 'Texas Wieners' in northern new jersey. It's basically a deep fried hotdog with chili sauce and raw chopped onions (onions are optional) Very messy, but delicious if you get them from the right place.

Posted 1/10/17

madmejis wrote:

Gas station hot dogs that have been on the rollers for a day and a half. They have a unique taste you can't get elsewhere even if you try.


Please come back.
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Posted 1/10/17 , edited 1/10/17
Dairy Queen used to crank out foot-longs which you could have buried in chili as a topping along with mooseturd, relish, onions, plus whatever else one could find in the condiment section. The challenge was to see if you could consume more down your throat than what fell on your shirt.

Like the poster re gas station hotdogs...........same went for truckstop coffee found still brewing with 1" fluid slowly boiling. Best veneer remover known to man.
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Posted 1/10/17
Just a plain hot dog with no toppings.
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Posted 1/10/17 , edited 1/10/17

nachteil wrote:

vegetarian meat
honey mustard
relish ~


Where do you find vegie dogs? I generally eat turkey dogs due to them being healthier... and you piqued me interest. I tend to switch between vegetarian and omnivore anyway. I get tired of eating meat or eating only vegies every 3 months or so.

Would also be nice to know where to find them for when I really don't feel like eating meat. Eating black bean burgers gets tiring, and I can only handle so many vegetarian soups/stews/pastas...
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Posted 1/10/17

starshots wrote:


madmejis wrote:

Gas station hot dogs that have been on the rollers for a day and a half. They have a unique taste you can't get elsewhere even if you try.


Please come back.


I am always here in your heart, just like gas station hot dogs will clog it.
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Posted 1/10/17 , edited 1/10/17
I very rarely eat hot dogs of any kind, but my favorites are Michigan style coney islands. A hot dog topped with a spicy meat sauce and raw onions.


When I was a kid, I would put a plain hot dog in a bun, and top it with crushed potato chips. I remember it being really delicious!

I've lived in Chicago for years, but have never eaten a Chicago style dog. I really hate pickles, for one, and that nuclear green relish scares me!
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