The dog at Rosco’s was one of his "Dogs of the Month" at the old location.
It was called a "Nutter Mutter".
I guess it is more popular then I ever imagined. I’ll try it and chime back in.
To me, putting peanut butter on a hot dog would be like putting pickles in my ice cream. But who am I to tell anyone how to enjoy their hot dog? I’ve been to Rosco’s in Connecticut. My favorite place (along with Glenwood Drive In) in the state to get a dog. The dogs are so good there, all you need is mustard, although I enjoyed one with chili and coleslaw. In New Jersey, Amazing Hot Dog in Verona and Bound Brook offers peanut butter as well as a lot of other funky toppings. Many of these are offerred in combinations. One of their dogs (The Asian Dog) comes with sambal, peanut butter,teriyaki sauce and sesame seeds. Not exactly my cup of tea, but there are those who like it.
Not a good comparison. Put bacon on anything and it makes the whole thing delicious.
Luv, that sounds great to me! Does it have a name?
This has been a posting in the past. I had my first experience with this at Rosco’s Big Dog in Hartford, CT. They have a hot dog with shredded cheddar cheese, bacon and Skippy peanut butter. It was actually really good. I wouldn’t get it all the time, but crave it a couple times a year.
The idea is logical to me.
I’d try it … Except I am not a big PB fan.
There is a place, talked about here at Roadfood, that is famous for their peanut butter dogs. Hmmm, what was that place?
I like the spicey PB sauce idea. Anyone got a recipe?
Can’t say as I’ve ever had one or wanted to but I remember a time when I thought slaw dogs and baked bean dogs were too far out on the fringe.
Jim in NC
Trolley Stop in Southport and Wilmington, NC offer dogs dressed with PB. Never tried one, though…
I would be willing to try spicy peanut sauce. Jif? No go.
Soul Dog in Poughkeepsie, NY offers a hot dog with peanut sauce. It is a spicy hot sauce with a peanut background, and it is very nice on a hot dog.
My Mom loves PB spread on the roll and then a plain, good brand, all beef Hot Dog on top. I don’t know if she puts on any condiments. Has anyone else ever tried this or heard of it? She is always playing with flavor combinations and has been doing this one as long as I cn remember.
Peanut Butter on Hot Dog
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