Best Way to Grill a Hotdog

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  • Retired Spook

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    Best way to cook a hot dog in my humble opinion - get yourself some Nathan's hotdogs in natural casings, give em a few slashes with a sharp knife but not too deep, and deep fry them in very hot oil. If you do it right they will rip open. They're called "rippers."

    Put that in a hot dog roll with some Gulden's spicy brown mustard and pickle relish and it is hot dog heaven.

    Try it sometime - but the oil has got to be hot, not warm.
     

    Eastexasrick

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    I like fried Spam with breakfast almost as much as bacon and sausage.
    The guys at deer camp expect me to bring Spam. I generally cook breakfast. I am the old guy, most of them are early 40, something weird about those guys, Seems like they are not allowed to cook/eat anything as savory as Spam at home. I fry it up with the usual eggs and fried potato chunks. They wolf it down like someone is going to take it away from them. They also beg me to make fried bologna sandwiches, as none of their women would allow THAT in their kitchen.
     

    Axxe55

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    The guys at deer camp expect me to bring Spam. I generally cook breakfast. I am the old guy, most of them are early 40, something weird about those guys, Seems like they are not allowed to cook/eat anything as savory as Spam at home. I fry it up with the usual eggs and fried potato chunks. They wolf it down like someone is going to take it away from them. They also beg me to make fried bologna sandwiches, as none of their women would allow THAT in their kitchen.
    Wife and I both love Spam, so we keep a couple of cans in the cabinet. We both like fried bologna sandwiches too, but it has to be the good bologna that they slice to order as deli or meat market.

    Neither of my ex-wives liked Spam or bologna, they thought it was poor people food!
     

    Wudidiz

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    Wife and I both love Spam, so we keep a couple of cans in the cabinet. We both like fried bologna sandwiches too, but it has to be the good bologna that they slice to order as deli or meat market.

    Neither of my ex-wives liked Spam or bologna, they thought it was poor people food!
    My Dad ate Spam during WWII pushing krauts across France, Belgium and Germany. He told me they would rub it on their boots to waterproof them.

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    mroper

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    I like Sabretts ,dirty water dogs as they like to call them on a steamed bun. If it is grilled I llike nathan perpendicular on the grill no cutting or scoring.
     

    BBL

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    I think Hot Shots grilled their hotdogs the best way. Combined with the smell of jet fuel, is there anything better? :)

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