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View Poll Results: Is a Hot Dog a Sandwich?
Hell yes it's a sandwich 8 21.62%
Definitely not a sandwich 9 24.32%
In a class all it's own 20 54.05%
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Old 06-01-2011, 03:55 PM   #11
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I voted yes. Then I looked it up, sandwich defined as food product between two pieces of bread or one on piece of bread-open face sandwich. However, sometimes i smear PB on bread, then J and fold it over. Is that not a PBJ sandwich? And if the hinge of hot dog bun breaks so it is two pieces of bread it must be a sandwich eh? Unless you want to debate whether a hot dog is a food product...

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Okay, so define "Hot Dog"

Are you speaking of the wiener + the bun and all the toppings? Or just the dog?

You can split the dog down the center and put in on sandwich bread, but something in the back of my mind says something's just not right about that. My mom tried to pull that on my as a child, it just doesn't sit well. Doesn't taste the same either.

Also, what else do you eat on those long buns?? anything?? I can't think of anything but a wiener, so I'm gunna have to put it in a class all its own.

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All of these arguements are moot! Whatever a hot dog is I know one thing ..... they are AWESOME!

Time for lunch

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The discussion so far is similar to the one had this weekend. What if you put deli meat in a hot dog bun? Is that a sandwich, a la sub sandwich? Hinge or no hinge.

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Well, there's ANOTHER angle. Why is this not in the poll? Amateur pollsters....cheesh.
Because, that is a Krispy Kreme (still a bread prouct) with a hamburger patty. Not a frank. That would be silly...
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It is a sandwich. Follow this:
1- A form of sausage contained in a roll includes; Hot dogs, bratwurst, kielbasa and italian sausage.
2- Go to any Italian festival and look at the signage on the cart or wagon and it states: "Italian Sausage Sandwiches"
3- If they are classed together and one is openly called a sandwich, the other must be.
4- Hot dogs are nothing more than anorexic bologna(sp?) logs. Same overly ground up meat byproducts extruded into synthetic casings.

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Have you ever seen hot dogs being made? I can dress a carcass, I can break down primordals, I can grind and make my own sausages but the sight of the what they stuff into the casings and call food makes my stomach weak. You cannot identify anything that is in there. At least with brats, kielbasa and italian sausages, you can identify that it was once meat. Not so with hot dogs.

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Lunch meat is flat Hot dog is round. It can't be a sammich.

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Okay, so define "Hot Dog"

Are you speaking of the wiener + the bun and all the toppings? Or just the dog?

You can split the dog down the center and put in on sandwich bread, but something in the back of my mind says something's just not right about that. My mom tried to pull that on my as a child, it just doesn't sit well. Doesn't taste the same either.

Also, what else do you eat on those long buns?? anything?? I can't think of anything but a wiener, so I'm gunna have to put it in a class all its own.
Ever made the big can of Manwich? Makes more mix than an 8 pack of burger buns. In a pinch, you can use hot dog buns for Manwich mixings or chili for a poor man's Sloppy Joe. Dog buns are heartier than sliced bread for that little extra. Of course the best is to scoop up the extras onto Pringles Crisps.
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At least with brats, kielbasa and italian sausages, you can identify that it was once meat. Not so with hot dogs.
I know, aren't they great?
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