Hot Dog Etiquette: The Video
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I am not going to say a word!!
For I could get in REAL trouble!
this is killing me. i get "Weighed In " at 730 pm so that picture has my drooling!
I prefer to "dress" my bun’s………[:0]
Lunch today…..So, did I do it right???[:p]
John A said; "and half sour pickle for breakfast."
half sour is a type of pickle, not a half of a pickle.
why just half a pickle? why not the whole thing? 🙂
ever think there is a wrong time to serve hot dogs."
I get up at 4: am and occasionally eat a hot dog and half sour pickle for breakfast. [:p]
So when did I miss this memo? I can’t eat a hot dog without ketchup. Unless, of course, it has chili and/or cheese on it.
Do you follow this rule with an "all the way" Lafayette coney ???
Sometime Ilike to have a glass of cold milk with my Texas Hot Wiener.
I like mustard against my bread, and then on top of the weiner. Then I add my chopped onion and then either coleslaw or chili. I don’t like my onion on top because it falls off when you take a bite of the hot dog. ( My husband still used ketchup on his and he is 56 years old)
Happy National Hot Dog Month! And yes, the messier the better!!
It may be heresy, but I prefer a dual line of mustard dressing each side of the dog, giving flavor to both the dog AND the bun.
I have been known to put the chopped onion UNDER the dog (while still maintaining vital dog-onion contact) to avoid spillage in certain places (like a business trip through an airport, or a dog grabbed during lunch off a cart) that I don’t want to risk trashing my shirt should spillage occur.
My condiment order is out of whack. I put my onion anywhere but last to prevent them from falling all over the place. I guess I’m too "neat", therefore unacceptable.[V]
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