Discussion in 'suburban75' started by Badgers, Aug 1, 2011.
One from the US here
Costs $26 at the Texas Rangers baseball park
I'll have two please.
Not convinced that looks like £16 worth of food tbh, although I guess if it's a sportsground they're probably inflated prices.
£16 of pure arse hole and sinew. Count me in.
here's another from the world of baseball, an 18-inch corn dog (corn meal battered and fried hot dog on a stick) stuffed with bacon and cheese
for only $25
Hotdogs for dinner tonight
Got a jar of six Wikinger dogs. Stuck two of these in each baked baguette tonight.
Finely diced a rasher of bacon in a frying pan. Added two medium diced onions, a few crushed cloves of garlic, splash of (Aspall) balsamic vinegar, golden syrup, ground pepper and sea salt.
Baked the baguettes then cut up and filled with grated Red Leicester cheese. Put the dogs in then topped with the onion mix. Bit of (French's) mustard and ketchup atop and served.
Was a messy meal
I had a Spoons' dog yesterday. It was appalling
Not tried one yet but have been meaning to. Had a double burger in spoons yesterday which was excellent. Was slightly apprehensive as the last was a grease fest, but this one was spot on. Chip portions need to be bigger though.
Which one did you go for?
The boggo standard jobby. No onions, wrong type of bread, about 5 chips
For about 6 quid. Fuckers. But I have calmed down after an excellent FEB in there the next day.
I'm just about to have veggie hot dogs with wholemeal finger rolls! My BF spotted them and even though I wanted soft fluffy white rolls I put them in our basket. We have onions and ketchup but no mouseturd.
Wholemeal rolls are a massive thumbs down..the taste was too much and the rolls too bready. BF agreed they didn't work. I have hot dogs about 4 times a year and this time has left me feeling robbed.
Just wondering... is it even possible to make ''home made hot dogs''? Surely you'd just end up with a sausage? Anyone ever tried?
That'll teach him! Go with your white bread instincts next time.
Fucking ridiculous idea in the first place. Serves him right.
I am putting moonsi til on ignore for a month as a punishment
Had hot dogs for dinner last night. Got a can of American style ones (in brine) from Morry's. Were pretty good.
Was well hungry though.
These fellers: http://groceries.morrisons.com/webs...rentContainer=|102705|102637|107584_SHELFVIEW
Looks like mice or rats had a nibble of them at the packaging plant
For once I suspect Aldi own brand may be better here then waitrose. However what's wrong with buying a pack of standard sausages and sticking them in a hot dog bun?
I love hotdogs. Especially the big ones with sauerkraut and French mustard.
Fried onions smell gorgeous when they're cooking. But the taste, while nice, doesn't quite live up to the fanfare of the smell.
I think the problem is that they are normally totally over done. There is a burger van I visit occasionally on my trip my home town that has the whole fried onions thing going on. I normally refuse them unless I can see they have just been put on. They are at their best when they still have some of the crunch of raw but with a bit of heat to take the sharpness.
I think they do. Need to be fried slowly innit. The oil can make a difference too.
I think they do too. I suppose it can depend on the onions, the oil, the temperature etc
I use very little oil, hardly any at all when frying onions, throw them in to a hot pan and turn it down.
I've just found this onion sauce recipe for Hot Dogs which I now want to try.
So, split the sausage and put the bread and ketchup inside
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