Discussion in 'suburban75' started by Badgers, Aug 1, 2011.
Dinner tonight. Done on the cheap sadly and no onions so letting myself down a bit.
Hypothetically speaking, if you were to put cheese on your hot dog, would you put it on top of, or underneath, the "dog"...?
I'd go for plastic burger cheese, wrapped all the way round it.
I have some French's American mustard on the boat in Gosport if you want to come and borrow it Badgers
A hot dog in a bun with no additions is actually quite a sad dinner tbf
Can you borrow an onion and some ketchup from off of your neighbours?
For this hypothetical example, there is no "all the way round", there is only on top, or underneath. One must choose one or the other, those are the rules.
In that case I would put the hypothetical cheese underneath my hypothetical hotdog.
That is the wrong answer.
I am very disappointed in you.
I tend to go under but it depends on the cheese format and what else is on the dog.
I have a really bad tooth infection so am eating plain things and nothing that gets in teeth too much.
Have French's mustard (two bottles) in stock thankfully.
Surely the idea of cheese on a hot dog is to place it on top so it acts as the glue for the onions and jalapeños!
Well done! Top marks!
Cheese should always go on top, that way it melts pleasingly & glues together all the other toppings.
I find alcohol helps tooth infections (among many other things!).
Already on it mate. The codeine and ibuprofen was not cutting it anymore.
I may have to rethink my position on this
That sounds well tasty.
Dip that in batter and I'm in.
Seems a lot of work to put in a shit white roll. You should blatantly get some pastries and make superior sausage rolls.
Don't take this the wrong way, but that last pic looks like something's gone septic & is oozing...
I do have a corn batter version, but unfortunately no pic's.
If I were to bread them myself, then it would be a flatbread recipe but i'm not a chef ;-)
I want that wrapped in puff pastry for sausage rolls
speaking as an 'mericun the correct way to put cheese on a hot dog is to put it sort of in a hot dog, as shown a few posts up. You cut a slit lengthwise, and cram yer cheese in that slit, and then throw it on the grill
I would still classify that as vaguely "cheese on top", otherwise it'd be prone to falling out. And as all right minded folk know only too well, the cheese must always go on the top.
this is true.
Hot Dog Day
That's actually looks nicer then it first sounds. Although they should use better sausages.
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