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Re:Deep Fried Hot Dogs 2009/05/03 11:43:31 (permalink)
Boulevard Drinks definitley worth the drive or train to Jersey City, always wondered why they don't sell Sabrett red onions for their dogs. They have the great Sabrett hotdog, rolls, kraut and their chili is very good & unique.
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Re:Deep Fried Hot Dogs 2009/05/07 00:06:08 (permalink)
I char-grilled some Frosty Morn weiners ( red dogs ) on the grill tonight until they had a nice char like a deep fried dog while grilling T-Bones for my wife... she'll take one to work tomorrow for lunch.

I have to admit, the weiners came out as good as deep frying them or cooking them in bacon grease. I had some of my homemade chili, and I was a happy camper.... I ate 4, pig that I am. BTW, the steaks came out good as well.



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Re:Deep Fried Hot Dogs 2009/05/07 19:40:49 (permalink)
I'm having leftover weiners tonight with some BBQ potato chips and a Pepsi Throwback to wash it all down. ..... yeah!!!.



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Re:Deep Fried Hot Dogs 2009/05/07 20:17:34 (permalink)
White Hutt in W. Springfield MA which has some of the best burgers on the planet) also deep-frys their dogs, with great results.  Best with natural casing weiners so ya get that snap.
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Re:Deep Fried Hot Dogs 2009/05/11 20:38:34 (permalink)
Picked up a couple of packs of Frosty Morn red weiners and plan to either fry them up in bacon grease or char them on the grill this week. My wife won't eat natural casing hot dogs so that does limit what I can buy, she likes Oscar Mayer.... go figure.



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Re:Deep Fried Hot Dogs 2009/05/12 02:24:13 (permalink)
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My wife won't eat natural casing hot dogs so that does limit what I can buy, she likes Oscar Mayer.... go figure.
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Dennis:
I understand your Dilemma. It doesn't limit what you can buy.  It just limits what you can cook for her. Buy some disgusting O-M's for her and cook what the hell you want to cook for yourself! Don't be a Woosey!! Use your Man Card!!


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Re:Deep Fried Hot Dogs 2009/05/12 09:34:12 (permalink)
Big G - Don't forget the Yoo Hoo!  

John - I aggree 100% that Thuman's grilldle dog is their best.  I love them!  I believe those are the ones they are selling at Shop Rite.  I still remember them giving me samples of those and their deep fried dogs.

I had a taste test with both and the Sabrette and in Pittsburgh, they liked the Sabrette.  It had more seasoning and of course it was all beef.  I also agree that the 6 to one is the best size.  The customer gets real value at that size. 

But, I also like the 10 to 1's, if the rolls are nice and fresh.  You can just get 3 of them and have a great lunch, too.  A good fresh hot dog roll helps the entire experience.  I also like those Maine hot dog rolls!

Hey, you have to remember Nedick's in NYC.  Do you know who made their dogs?  I loved them!!  With an orange drink.  THey were terrific!!!
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Re:Deep Fried Hot Dogs 2009/05/12 23:15:23 (permalink)
Foodbme

DLnWPBrown

My wife won't eat natural casing hot dogs so that does limit what I can buy, she likes Oscar Mayer.... go figure.
Dennis in Cary

 
Dennis:
I understand your Dilemma. It doesn't limit what you can buy.  It just limits what you can cook for her. Buy some disgusting O-M's for her and cook what the hell you want to cook for yourself! Don't be a Woosey!! Use your Man Card!!


LMAO!!!! I have to use the man card for more important things these days.



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Re:Deep Fried Hot Dogs 2009/05/12 23:16:46 (permalink)
BTW, I grilled out tonight..... are you ready??? Beef tenderloin for the wife, hamburgers and weiners for me........ the dogs were great  



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Re:Deep Fried Hot Dogs 2009/05/17 11:22:23 (permalink)
A good comparison for Thumann's deep fried dog and a steamed or cooked in water is right in Clifton. Rutt's Hutt serves the deep fried and Falls View on Rt3e serves a cooked in water Thumann's.
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Re:Deep Fried Hot Dogs 2009/05/18 08:22:41 (permalink)
IMHO, I would take a deep fryed dog, pan fried dog over any other dog. They give a snap to the outside and a tender inside. Boiling dogs does nothing for the taste. Some dogs have 30% fat and 10% water does anyone want to boil fat and water. Thats like boiling bacon or balogna. Try tasting Balogna as is, and then fry it in a pan. the taste is 100% different. You need to fry the dogs and sausage to get the fats cooked. The fats mixed with the meat products in the Dog/Sausage will give Flavor.... What would a boiled dogs give you???? Boiled fat
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Re:Deep Fried Hot Dogs 2009/06/11 17:01:41 (permalink)
I've never been to a restaurant that served deep fried dogs, but we used to cook them up in the gun club kitchen all the time. Saved on cook time and clean up when you just threw the Hofmann's into the fryer along with the fries. I about lost my mind the first time I had one, they were so good.
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Re:Deep Fried Hot Dogs 2009/06/11 17:42:41 (permalink)
Paypa King use to serve 10 to 1's.  

6 to 1 is a great size for a hot dog.  But, I still need two of them and an order of fries or onion rings to fill me up.
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Re:Deep Fried Hot Dogs 2009/06/14 14:01:47 (permalink)
Baah Ben, 6 to a pound Thumann's is a great hotdog, especially at Hiram's, best deep fried dog (IMHO) in the state, usually good for 2 or 3 plus a cheeseburger fo/ or hamburger, fries / onion rings.
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