Finally, would or wouldn't anyone?
Yeah but normally I lump Bratwursts in with the other sausages category, like Kielbasa and Chorizo, whereas hotdogs are in their own category for me.Pale imitations, these brands of tubular meat treats. Of course they cannot compete in quality or name with JOHNSONville Brats.
I am Bullsheet 'Murican bcoz it's mustard only as a smooth condiment for me. I'll do chili, onions, relish, pico de gallo but NEVER ketchup, which is reserved for burgers and fries.
I watched that episode of Parts Unknown where Bourdain went to Vietnam and had lunch with then President Obama. He asked him point blank since Obama is from Chicago, would he ever put ketchup on a hot dog? Obama said, never. And I'm like what's wrong with that? My usual hot dog is super simple - a low-calorie slice of bread (40-50 calories) toasted lightly - closer to bread than toast, I'm not joking - Ballpark or Hebrew Nat'l 45 calorie per Frank Hotdogs, French's Yellow Mustard and Heinz Ketchup. Occasionally, I will heat up some Hormel Turkey Chili with a little 2% Taco/Mexican blend cheese melted in with it and spoon that onto the hot dogs, but in those cases, the only thing I'll add is mustard.
I mean as a kid, I put ketchup on everything. Fried fish, chicken nuggets, burgers, hot dogs, chips (fries), potato wedges.
Like I said, my JOHNSONville tubular meat treats are far superior to those dogs you listed. Now, if you want to narrow it down to pure pedigree dogs, I'll take Nathan's or Sabrett's over Ball Park and in the mix with Hebrew National for NY style and Vienna Beef for Chicago style franks.Yeah but normally I lump Bratwursts in with the other sausages category, like Kielbasa and Chorizo, whereas hotdogs are in their own category for me.
Quick little sidebar here, do you eat canned meats as well? Spam, tuna, salmon, chicken, etc.Like I said, my JOHNSONville tubular meat treats are far superior to those dogs you listed. Now, if you want to narrow it down to pure pedigree dogs, I'll take Nathan's or Sabrett's over Ball Park and in the mix with Hebrew National for NY style and Vienna Beef for Chicago style franks.
Grandson put ketchup in a cup, treated it like a slush. Fries in ketchup, please. Just bought a chicken chorizo sausage.I mean as a kid, I put ketchup on everything. Fried fish, chicken nuggets, burgers, hot dogs, chips (fries), potato wedges.
These days I don't do potatoes very often, instead, I'll substitute baked plantain slices in for my fry fix. Essentially, they're just healthier tostones since they're baked and not fried. Season with a little Lawry's salt and Heinz ketchup = magnificent!
OM makes a bold rotisserie blackened chicken that's good but I prefer paying the extra at the deli counter for Boar's Head Bold Jerk Chicken...matches my personality!Favorite cold cut?
For me, it's either Hillshire Farm Chipotle Chicken or Brown Sugar Ham.
Though I usually buy the store brand kind because it's cheaper. HEB, Kroger, etc.
Made me bust out laughing at work! Thank you, sir, may I have another?How can this post be more than 20 minutes old and nobody post the old Olivia munn riding on the some guys back deep throating a hot dog gif?
Instead we get a guy jumping off a pier while dropping a deuce.
Have not stepped in one for ages. Does Burger King serve hot dogs these days?
- I might stop at Burger King later and get me a dog for 79 cents! If I lived closer to a Love's Travel Stop, I'd download this barcode and get a FREE dog!
Happy Dog Day, thanks for the heads-up OP!
- Sonic Drive-In apparently will charge just one dollar.
I bet Trump would put ketchup on his hotdog, like any other red blooded, patriotic real American would.
'Ol Spanky? Yeah, that xenophobic fool puts ketchup on everything and refuses to try anything outside his norm. He's so stupid he could trip over the cord of the cordless phone.
National Donut Day has pA.S.Sed (June 3) but there is a more general National Dessert Day on October 14.
Just plan my menu around this calendar,