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View Poll Results: What is your preference of hot dogs?
Ball Park Franks 12 33.33%
Hebrew Nation (They answer to a higher authority) 9 25.00%
Nathan's Famous 3 8.33%
Oscar Mayer 4 11.11%
Vienna Beef 2 5.56%
Any store brand will do 4 11.11%
I wouldn't eat one of those disgusting things if you paid me 2 5.56%
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Old 04-15-2012, 03:10 AM   #31
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Old 04-15-2012, 03:15 AM   #32
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Yup , beaks and feet. Lips and a holes . That's why Bacon makes them better
If u think hotdogs are bad u should see how they make McDonald's Donald chicken nuggets . Any brand of Hot dogs are a delicacy compared to those. Do chicken feet even have any nutritional value ? Just sayin
My Father's parents came from Russia. They eat weird food. When my sister had a farm nearby and she would have chickens slaughtered, my Dad would ask her to keep the chicken feet for him. He would boil them then eat them. We would always laugh at him and ask him if he used the claw as a tooth pick when he was done. My sister said, "If you saw what those feet walked through, you wouldn't be eating them." But it was a cultural thing and that's what they ate.....along with pig's feet, too. When you come from a very low economic background, you'd be surprised what people eat.

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Any old hot dog (including the non-beef, turkey kind), nuked, with mustard and ketchup. I don't go through great pains with the hot dog. I just want something quick that I can scarf down for a fast snack or dinner. At work, if what's on the menu at the chow hall doesn't "thrill" me (like pork chops as dry as sawdust or steaks cooked into shoe leather, well-done toughness), I'll grab a dog on a bun (have no idea what brand they use) and toss some chili on it.

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Any old hot dog (including the non-beef, turkey kind), nuked, with mustard and ketchup. I don't go through great pains with the hot dog. I just want something quick that I can scarf down for a fast snack or dinner. At work, if what's on the menu at the chow hall doesn't "thrill" me (like pork chops as dry as sawdust or steaks cooked into shoe leather, well-done toughness), I'll grab a dog on a bun (have no idea what brand they use) and toss some chili on it.
I like them simple too. Ketchup works.
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I usually either bake them in a crescent roll with cheese or eat them plain on a bun fresh out of the microwave. I know that's kind of weird...I like my burgers char grilled but not my hot dogs.

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The hotdogs they sell at Costco are the best in town here. You can get a soft drink and jumbo beef hotdog for $1.50. They are just plain good!
They are nathans
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