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  1. #1
    Chemo the Clown Guest

    Default Hot Dogs

    Man...I love hot dogs. Grilled or steamed. Add some chili or
    sauerkraut...onions, mustard, bbq sauce, hot sauce...I don't care.
    It's all good!! Maybe a cold beer too!

  2. #2
    Mack A. Damia Guest

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    On Wed, 13 May 2009 16:35:40 -0700 (PDT), Chemo the Clown
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Man...I love hot dogs. Grilled or steamed. Add some chili or
    >sauerkraut...onions, mustard, bbq sauce, hot sauce...I don't care.
    >It's all good!! Maybe a cold beer too!


    Beer later. Ruins the taste of the doggie!

    Me, too!

    I only put onions and deli mustard on usually, but did you ever have
    one from the street vendors in NYC? One of a kind and oh so good.

    Sauerkraut's okay, too.
    --
    mad

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    Dimitri Guest

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    "Chemo the Clown" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    > Man...I love hot dogs. Grilled or steamed. Add some chili or
    > sauerkraut...onions, mustard, bbq sauce, hot sauce...I don't care.
    > It's all good!! Maybe a cold beer too!


    Dodger Dogs!

    Baseball & beer.

    Now that's AMERICAN.

    Then a DUI on the way home.

    CRAP!

    Dimitri

    Paso Robles, CA is about to hold their annual Wine festival, Tasting and
    general food Orgy.

    If you come - get a designated driver - the local constabulary put up DUI
    checkpoints.

    Dimitri


  4. #4
    Andy Guest

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    Chemo the Clown said...

    > Man...I love hot dogs. Grilled or steamed. Add some chili or
    > sauerkraut...onions, mustard, bbq sauce, hot sauce...I don't care.
    > It's all good!! Maybe a cold beer too!



    Alex,

    Yep!

    "Hotdogs! Hotdogs! Get yer red hot Hotdogs" How can you love baseball and not
    love hotdogs?!? <G>

    Taught Pop how to use the microwave oven that he was so afraid of, and made
    2-minute dinner dogs (1/4 lb. Hebrew National). He totally paid attention! He
    woke me up the next morning and declared we were having hot dogs for
    breakfast! I insisted he cook them, which he did! Even cooked up the
    sauerkraut! )) Was a pleasure of my life, teaching Pop something! Ex-wife
    walked in on us from the porch and saw us eating them and shook her finger at
    us. Pop protested "What? There's no "do not eat for breakfast warning label
    on the package." We had a grand laugh!!! Made her !!!BLUSH!!!

    Best,

    Andy
    --
    Eat first, talk later.

  5. #5
    mequeenbe.nospam Guest

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    Chemo the Clown wrote:
    > Man...I love hot dogs. Grilled or steamed. Add some chili or
    > sauerkraut...onions, mustard, bbq sauce, hot sauce...I don't care.
    > It's all good!! Maybe a cold beer too!


    best meal deal in town, 1/4 lb hot dog (hebrew national) and a drink
    at the local costco for $1.49; or 1/4 hot dog (nathan's) at sams club
    for the same price.

    hjarriet & critters in azusa.

  6. #6
    Andy Guest

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    Mark Thorson said...

    > Chemo the Clown wrote:
    >>
    >> Man...I love hot dogs. Grilled or steamed. Add some chili or
    >> sauerkraut...onions, mustard, bbq sauce, hot sauce...I don't care.
    >> It's all good!! Maybe a cold beer too!

    >
    > A single bite of a hot dog may contain meat from
    > over 100 animals. As long as the progress of
    > Mad Cow Disease in U.S. herds is being concealed
    > by those in charge, I would hesitate to eat the meat
    > of even 1 animal. Eating 100 animals in every bite
    > seems scary to me.



    Party Pooper!!!

  7. #7
    Mark Thorson Guest

    Default Re: Hot Dogs

    Chemo the Clown wrote:
    >
    > Man...I love hot dogs. Grilled or steamed. Add some chili or
    > sauerkraut...onions, mustard, bbq sauce, hot sauce...I don't care.
    > It's all good!! Maybe a cold beer too!


    A single bite of a hot dog may contain meat from
    over 100 animals. As long as the progress of
    Mad Cow Disease in U.S. herds is being concealed
    by those in charge, I would hesitate to eat the meat
    of even 1 animal. Eating 100 animals in every bite
    seems scary to me.

  8. #8
    Christopher Helms Guest

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    On May 13, 6:35*pm, Chemo the Clown <an...@peak.org> wrote:
    > Man...I love hot dogs. Grilled or steamed. Add some chili or
    > sauerkraut...onions, mustard, bbq sauce, hot sauce...I don't care.
    > It's all good!! Maybe a cold beer too!



    Try this on a dog with mustard and onions;

    You'll need
    Hot dogs
    Buns
    1 pound of cheap hamburger
    a quarter cup of finely chopped yellow onions
    onions and regular old mustard for the dogs
    1 regular size (I think it's about 14 ounces) can of tomato sauce
    Seasoning mix, below.

    Seasoning mix, mix this beforehand:

    A quarter cup dark chili powder
    1 Tablespoon ground cumin
    2 teaspoons of salt
    2 teaspoons of celery salt
    1 teaspoon ground black pepper
    1 teaspoon ground coriander
    1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
    1/2 teaspoon ground cayenne
    1/2 teaspoon ground allspice
    1/2 teaspoon ground dried oregano

    Toss the hamburger and quarter cup of finely chopped onion into a pot,
    break up and brown the hamburger on medium heat. Do not drain. When
    the hamburger is done, add the seasoning and stir fairly constantly
    for about three minutes and then add the tomato sauce. Fill the sauce
    can with water and add to the mix two times. Let it all simmer for
    15-20 minutes and serve it on the dogs with regular old mustard. If
    you have some left over you can add beans and it makes a pretty good
    chili. It freezes well, too.

  9. #9
    Christopher Helms Guest

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    On May 13, 7:57*pm, Christopher Helms <Chrishelms...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > On May 13, 6:35*pm, Chemo the Clown <an...@peak.org> wrote:
    >
    > > Man...I love hot dogs. Grilled or steamed. Add some chili or
    > > sauerkraut...onions, mustard, bbq sauce, hot sauce...I don't care.
    > > It's all good!! Maybe a cold beer too!

    >
    > Try this on a dog with mustard and onions;
    >
    > You'll need
    > Hot dogs
    > Buns
    > 1 pound of cheap hamburger
    > *a quarter cup of finely chopped yellow onions
    > onions and regular old mustard for the dogs
    > 1 regular size (I think it's about 14 ounces) can of tomato sauce
    > Seasoning mix, below.
    >
    > Seasoning mix, mix this beforehand:
    >
    > A quarter cup dark chili powder
    > 1 Tablespoon ground cumin
    > 2 teaspoons of salt
    > 2 teaspoons of celery salt
    > 1 teaspoon ground black pepper
    > 1 teaspoon ground coriander
    > 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
    > 1/2 teaspoon ground cayenne
    > 1/2 teaspoon ground allspice
    > 1/2 teaspoon ground dried oregano
    >
    > Toss the hamburger and quarter cup of finely chopped onion into a pot,
    > break up and brown the hamburger on medium heat. Do not drain. When
    > the hamburger is done, add the seasoning and stir fairly constantly
    > for about three minutes and then add the tomato sauce. Fill the sauce
    > can with water and add to the mix two times. Let it all simmer for
    > 15-20 minutes and serve it on the dogs with regular old mustard. If
    > you have some left over you can add beans and it makes a pretty good
    > chili. It freezes well, too.



    That is, serve it on the dogs with regular old mustard and onions.
    It's pretty damn good.

  10. #10
    Damsel in dis Dress Guest

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    On Wed, 13 May 2009 17:57:38 -0700 (PDT), Christopher Helms
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Try this on a dog with mustard and onions;
    >
    >You'll need
    >Hot dogs
    >Buns
    >1 pound of cheap hamburger
    > a quarter cup of finely chopped yellow onions
    >onions and regular old mustard for the dogs
    >1 regular size (I think it's about 14 ounces) can of tomato sauce
    >Seasoning mix, below.
    >
    >Seasoning mix, mix this beforehand:
    >
    >A quarter cup dark chili powder
    >1 Tablespoon ground cumin
    >2 teaspoons of salt
    >2 teaspoons of celery salt
    >1 teaspoon ground black pepper
    >1 teaspoon ground coriander
    >1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
    >1/2 teaspoon ground cayenne
    >1/2 teaspoon ground allspice
    >1/2 teaspoon ground dried oregano
    >
    >Toss the hamburger and quarter cup of finely chopped onion into a pot,
    >break up and brown the hamburger on medium heat. Do not drain. When
    >the hamburger is done, add the seasoning and stir fairly constantly
    >for about three minutes and then add the tomato sauce. Fill the sauce
    >can with water and add to the mix two times. Let it all simmer for
    >15-20 minutes and serve it on the dogs with regular old mustard. If
    >you have some left over you can add beans and it makes a pretty good
    >chili. It freezes well, too.


    I have a recipe for something similar, and we liked it a lot. I'm
    going to give yours a try this summer. Thanks for posting!

    Carol

    --
    Change "invalid" to James Bond's agent number to reply.

  11. #11
    Cindy Hamilton Guest

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    On May 13, 8:40*pm, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:
    > Mark Thorson said...
    >
    > > Chemo the Clown wrote:

    >
    > >> Man...I love hot dogs. Grilled or steamed. Add some chili or
    > >> sauerkraut...onions, mustard, bbq sauce, hot sauce...I don't care.
    > >> It's all good!! Maybe a cold beer too!

    >
    > > A single bite of a hot dog may contain meat from
    > > over 100 animals. *As long as the progress of
    > > Mad Cow Disease in U.S. herds is being concealed
    > > by those in charge, I would hesitate to eat the meat
    > > of even 1 animal. *Eating 100 animals in every bite
    > > seems scary to me.

    >
    > Party Pooper!!!


    Definitely. Thorson seems to think he can live forever if
    only he eats the right stuff.

    And given what colossal ****ups "those in charge" are,
    I doubt they could conceal a used Kleenex.

    Cindy Hamilton

  12. #12
    Zeppo Guest

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    "Mack A. Damia" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On Wed, 13 May 2009 16:35:40 -0700 (PDT), Chemo the Clown
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>Man...I love hot dogs. Grilled or steamed. Add some chili or
    >>sauerkraut...onions, mustard, bbq sauce, hot sauce...I don't care.
    >>It's all good!! Maybe a cold beer too!

    >
    > Beer later. Ruins the taste of the doggie!
    >
    > Me, too!
    >
    > I only put onions and deli mustard on usually, but did you ever have
    > one from the street vendors in NYC? One of a kind and oh so good.
    >
    > Sauerkraut's okay, too.
    > --
    > mad


    Almost as good as the dogs you get at a baseball game. I only like the kind
    that the walk-around vendor sells. The ones they sell at the food window
    really suck. (I've been known to make an exception on dollar-dog night.

    Jon




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    Zeppo Guest

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    "Chemo the Clown" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    > Man...I love hot dogs. Grilled or steamed. Add some chili or
    > sauerkraut...onions, mustard, bbq sauce, hot sauce...I don't care.
    > It's all good!! Maybe a cold beer too!


    Actually, TJ's was demoing store brand organic hot dogs the other day. They
    were pretty tasty. Picked up a pack to experiment on the family with.

    Jon



  14. #14
    Janet Wilder Guest

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    Chemo the Clown wrote:
    > Man...I love hot dogs. Grilled or steamed. Add some chili or
    > sauerkraut...onions, mustard, bbq sauce, hot sauce...I don't care.
    > It's all good!! Maybe a cold beer too!


    I love hot dogs. Favorite way is mustard, chopped raw sweet onions,
    sweet pickle relish and sauerkraut. I also like a good chili dog with
    mustard, onions and chili (no beans!!!!)You can keep the cheese. I don't
    think cheese belongs on a hot dog.

    One of my must-dos at a baseball game is a hot dog. We are headed to the
    DFW area to see the Yankees play the Rangers later this month and you
    can bet your bottom dollar I'll be having a hot dog at each game. It's
    not major league baseball without one.

    --
    Janet Wilder
    Way-the-heck-south Texas
    Spelling doesn't count. Cooking does.

  15. #15
    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Bobo_Bonobo=AE?= Guest

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    On May 14, 8:11*am, Cindy Hamilton <angelicapagane...@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    > On May 13, 8:40*pm, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > > Mark Thorson said...

    >
    > > > Chemo the Clown wrote:

    >
    > > >> Man...I love hot dogs. Grilled or steamed. Add some chili or
    > > >> sauerkraut...onions, mustard, bbq sauce, hot sauce...I don't care.
    > > >> It's all good!! Maybe a cold beer too!

    >
    > > > A single bite of a hot dog may contain meat from
    > > > over 100 animals. *As long as the progress of
    > > > Mad Cow Disease in U.S. herds is being concealed
    > > > by those in charge, I would hesitate to eat the meat
    > > > of even 1 animal. *Eating 100 animals in every bite
    > > > seems scary to me.


    Don't eat beef hot dogs. I've never heard of mad pig or mad chicken.
    >
    > > Party Pooper!!!


    I can't see how anyone over the age of 11 would look forward to eating
    a hot dog in the first place unless they were really hungry and it was
    the least unpleasant alternative.
    I do remember one time that I was so happy to have them. John Kuthe,
    his son (who was maybe 6 at the time?), my wife and I paddled the
    upper Jack's Fork River, from The Prongs to Buck Hollow (MO-17
    bridge), a 6.8 mile distance.
    My wife and I were in our kayaks, and John was in his, with little Zac
    in a 2-person blow up boat on a rope behind John's. The trip took
    several hours longer than anticipated, and it had gotten fairly
    chilly. We hadn't brought adequate food either. When we got to the
    takeout, I went for a package of 79 cent chicken hot dogs I'd bought
    for emergency food on the way there. It was the best experience I've
    ever had with a hot dog.
    >
    > Definitely. *Thorson seems to think he can live forever if
    > only he eats the right stuff.
    >
    > And given what colossal ****ups "those in charge" are,
    > I doubt they could conceal a used Kleenex.


    People who believe in conspiracies are kooks. Most stuff is out in
    the open enough, but people are too stupid to recognize it. Example,
    people still use Crisco.

    Here are some links to pix of the scenery on the Jack's Fork:
    http://myozarks.blogspot.com/2008/12/on-jacks-fork.html
    http://www.harveysalleyspring.com/canoetrips.html
    http://www.2riverscanoe.com/jack_fork.php

    And some of it's big sister, the Current River:
    http://www.pbase.com/sloopsailor/ozark_fall_2008
    http://www.pbase.com/elenagavrilova/current_river
    http://www.pbase.com/martyt/current_river
    http://www.pbase.com/seismic744/image/50438872

    It's a National Park, there for everyone to enjoy.
    http://www.nps.gov/ozar/photosmultim...d=297#e_150365

    Those type of streams and their tributaries are a big part of my life,
    and I'm always happy to share info (with a few exceptions ) with
    those who want to visit Missouri.

    >
    > Cindy Hamilton


    --Bryan

  16. #16
    Andy Guest

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    Zeppo said...

    > Almost as good as the dogs you get at a baseball game. I only like the
    > kind that the walk-around vendor sells. The ones they sell at the food
    > window really suck. (I've been known to make an exception on dollar-dog
    > night.



    A couple years ago the stadiums and sports arenas in Philly adopted an all
    you can eat policy for the price of admission. Free hot dogs, nachos,
    pretzels, sodas and probably some other items. I guess they may have upped
    ticket prices $5 or something since they have to be profitable. Also, the
    staff didn't have to figure out making change, slowing down the whole
    process. Naturally, beer and upscale cuisines are not free.

    I remember the first day at a Phillies baseball game, a TV camera panned
    along a row of obese fans each with paper trays with maybe a dozen hot dogs
    on each lap. It was a disgusting sight!!!

    The policy no doubt did away with the walk around vendors.

    I've yet to witness it myself.

    Best,

    Andy
    --
    Eat first, talk later.

  17. #17
    Tracy Guest

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    Janet Wilder wrote:
    > Chemo the Clown wrote:
    >> Man...I love hot dogs. Grilled or steamed. Add some chili or
    >> sauerkraut...onions, mustard, bbq sauce, hot sauce...I don't care.
    >> It's all good!! Maybe a cold beer too!

    >
    > I love hot dogs. Favorite way is mustard, chopped raw sweet onions,
    > sweet pickle relish and sauerkraut. I also like a good chili dog with
    > mustard, onions and chili (no beans!!!!)You can keep the cheese. I don't
    > think cheese belongs on a hot dog.
    >
    > One of my must-dos at a baseball game is a hot dog. We are headed to the
    > DFW area to see the Yankees play the Rangers later this month and you
    > can bet your bottom dollar I'll be having a hot dog at each game. It's
    > not major league baseball without one.
    >


    When I go to a baseball game (I usually get to Fenway at least once a
    seaon) I always get a hot dog. As much as the chicken fingers or pizza
    or sausage calls to me, I get a dog with mustard and relish. And a beer.
    Or two.

    At home I usually skip the relish in favor of chopped onions and chopped
    dill (not sweet) pickles and mustard.

    Tracy

  18. #18
    Mack A. Damia Guest

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    On Thu, 14 May 2009 09:27:10 -0500, Andy <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Zeppo said...
    >
    >> Almost as good as the dogs you get at a baseball game. I only like the
    >> kind that the walk-around vendor sells. The ones they sell at the food
    >> window really suck. (I've been known to make an exception on dollar-dog
    >> night.

    >
    >
    >A couple years ago the stadiums and sports arenas in Philly adopted an all
    >you can eat policy for the price of admission. Free hot dogs, nachos,
    >pretzels, sodas and probably some other items. I guess they may have upped
    >ticket prices $5 or something since they have to be profitable. Also, the
    >staff didn't have to figure out making change, slowing down the whole
    >process. Naturally, beer and upscale cuisines are not free.
    >
    >I remember the first day at a Phillies baseball game, a TV camera panned
    >along a row of obese fans each with paper trays with maybe a dozen hot dogs
    >on each lap. It was a disgusting sight!!!
    >
    >The policy no doubt did away with the walk around vendors.
    >
    >I've yet to witness it myself.
    >
    >Best,
    >
    >Andy


    Betcha never went to Connie Mack Stadium!
    --
    mad

  19. #19
    Andy Guest

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    Mack A. Damia said...

    > On Thu, 14 May 2009 09:27:10 -0500, Andy <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>Zeppo said...
    >>
    >>> Almost as good as the dogs you get at a baseball game. I only like the
    >>> kind that the walk-around vendor sells. The ones they sell at the food
    >>> window really suck. (I've been known to make an exception on
    >>> dollar-dog night.

    >>
    >>
    >>A couple years ago the stadiums and sports arenas in Philly adopted an
    >>all you can eat policy for the price of admission. Free hot dogs,
    >>nachos, pretzels, sodas and probably some other items. I guess they may
    >>have upped ticket prices $5 or something since they have to be
    >>profitable. Also, the staff didn't have to figure out making change,
    >>slowing down the whole process. Naturally, beer and upscale cuisines are
    >>not free.
    >>
    >>I remember the first day at a Phillies baseball game, a TV camera panned
    >>along a row of obese fans each with paper trays with maybe a dozen hot
    >>dogs on each lap. It was a disgusting sight!!!
    >>
    >>The policy no doubt did away with the walk around vendors.
    >>
    >>I've yet to witness it myself.
    >>
    >>Best,
    >>
    >>Andy

    >
    > Betcha never went to Connie Mack Stadium!



    Nope. I arrived in Philly in 1991. The stadium was an unknown past for me.

    I read a little about it in Wikipedia. From a historic photo it looked like
    they packed the fans in like a can of sardines!

    Andy
    --
    Eat first, talk later.

  20. #20
    Chemo the Clown Guest

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    On May 13, 5:43*pm, Mark Thorson <nos...@sonic.net> wrote:
    > Chemo the Clown wrote:
    >
    > > Man...I love hot dogs. Grilled or steamed. Add some chili or
    > > sauerkraut...onions, mustard, bbq sauce, hot sauce...I don't care.
    > > It's all good!! Maybe a cold beer too!

    >
    > A single bite of a hot dog may contain meat from
    > over 100 animals. *As long as the progress of
    > Mad Cow Disease in U.S. herds is being concealed
    > by those in charge, I would hesitate to eat the meat
    > of even 1 animal. *Eating 100 animals in every bite
    > seems scary to me.


    Well now...you better not go outside because you'll be breathing
    exhaust from cars and such. And, if you ever go out to a cafe to eat
    you never know if the cook has picked his nose or coughed. You can't
    live in fear.

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