America's Best Hot Dogs........again

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Re:America's Best Hot Dogs........again 2011/08/12 22:58:57 (permalink)
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Re:America's Best Hot Dogs........again 2011/10/10 16:13:43 (permalink)
My favorites are from Usingers in Milwaukee,  German style with natural casings and boy are they good.  They make several styles of wieners.  They recommend that you bring a pan of water to a boil. Remove from heat and add sausage. Cover pan and let stand until sausage is heated through, approximately 10-15 minutes.  
 
I also like Zweigles white and red hots from Rochester NY but they don't offer them here in Austin, TX and they are too expensive shipped!

 
 
 

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Re:America's Best Hot Dogs........again 2011/10/10 18:53:54 (permalink)
I love Usinger's. Haven't had them in a few years because I have to have them shipped to me and the shipping costs are high. The German style are good, but the beef wieners are outstanding, The beef franks pictured above are the same recipe as the wieners, but bigger and with a tougher hog casing. I prefer the tender sheep casing on the beef wieners.
 
Years ago the Certified Angus beef franks won an all day taste test and were served at the 2002 Winter Olympics.
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Re:America's Best Hot Dogs........again 2011/10/11 04:35:42 (permalink)
sk bob

sorry for the late response Tony, and you're right, I ran an SK modified for 15 yrs in the NE area & my friends called me sk bob.

I'm a race fan but didn't recognize the SK jargon so I looked it up. Very interesting history!
http://www.staffordspeedway.com/Pages/AboutTheTrack/SKModifiedPage.htm
 
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