Ketchup on a dog, why not?

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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/01/06 14:18:53 (permalink)
I prefer mustard over ketchup on a dog. Always ate them that way. I confess: never tried ketchup on a dog. ever.
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/01/06 15:45:46 (permalink)
A very thin line of ketchup, slather on some spicy stone ground mustard that has a healthy dose of horseradish in it, WV hot dog chili, some grated extra sharp cheddar and on occasion homemade sauerkraut.....this all plopped in a steamed Sunbeam hot dog bun or a New England buttered and grilled bun..........nirvana
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/01/06 15:48:30 (permalink)
Anyone remember the dogs that came with either chili or cheese filling inside?? I never tried the cheese, as I prefer a sharp cheddar with chili and onions, but I don't recall the chili dogs being too awful disgusting but that was years ago. I still see the cheese dogs, no chili though. I may be setting myself up for ridicule, but in a pinch I like Castleberry's canned chili "sauce".
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/01/07 16:19:12 (permalink)
I remember the cheese and chili filled hot dogs, they were really nasty,,and when you bit into them the "stuff" inside started to seep out slowly and i cant tell you what that looked like, especially the chili one. I like my hot dogs on the grill, and i do put ketchup on them. I also put yellow mustard, onions, pickles(not relish),and sometimes cheese. But i prefer the ole kielbasa on a nice kieser roll with spicy mustard, and saurkraut.
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/01/07 16:31:48 (permalink)



Don't these look appetizing?
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/01/08 21:04:03 (permalink)
on the subject of "filled" hot dogs
yes the cheese filled were less than satisfying,
but...does anybody remember pizza dogs?
the same concept as cheese filled with liberal addtion of itallian seasonings...they were an off brand
sure-fire heartburn and indigestion, but they were wondermous going down the first time
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/01/16 19:55:30 (permalink)
A freak? Then I must be one too...I've always eaten my dogs with ketchup...ketchup is also good on eggs-scrambled or over easy...and mixed in with baked potatoes. But that's getting off the subject.
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/01/16 20:52:00 (permalink)
I must admit----more than once I've been in the mood to put bottled BBQ sauce on my daog. Not much, mind you-----but with cheap dogs it helps!
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/01/18 14:58:00 (permalink)
Whatever... the way you want it is the way you should have it. No matter how freakish, or gross, or unheardof.

By the way, get past buying cheap dogs.
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/01/20 03:40:14 (permalink)
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Originally posted by meowzart

I like my hot dogs nekkid!! I'm a purist! On a toasted bun, preferably.


Meowzart, I had my first unadorned hot dog in years just a few weeks ago. It was my inaugural Nathan's all-beef, and on a toasted bun, it was delicious......plain.

"The price of purity is purists." Calvin Trillin
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/01/20 03:54:54 (permalink)
My hot dog approach at home usually follows this pattern:

Three hot dogs are served on toasted buns and each receives a different treatment:

1 Chili, onions, yellow mustard, and hot sauce *
2 Polish mustard, onion and a spear of dill pickle
3 Yellow mustard, onions, pickle relish, and KETCHUP.

* Chili comes from Wendy's drive-thru.

Ketchup trivia: President Nixon liked ketchup on his cottage cheese.
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/01/23 15:22:55 (permalink)
For me, it's chili, chopped onions (either bermuda or yellow but love a good vadalia when it is in season) and LOTS of ketchup. While I don't subscribe to putting ketchup on everything, the things I do put it on get lots of it! In fact, I don't call them french fries, I call them ketchup delivery devices. One of my co-workers bought me a t-shirt that says "I put ketchup on my ketchup." That about sums it up.
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/01/23 20:41:45 (permalink)
Along the tomato sauce line, I prefer a garlic in tomato based BBQ sauce with a stronger flavor. And put on a stronger flavored dog...such as the Hebrew National Beef Polish Sausage 1/4 lb I sell.

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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/04/05 15:10:23 (permalink)
I like ketchup on my hot dog once in a while, but I do eat yellow mustard on mine. I could not eat a hot dog or hamburger without mustard. I am not very keen on mayo on any sandwich. I like to mix ketchup and mustard together and dip my corn dog in the mixture.
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/04/05 15:24:09 (permalink)
I had a roommate in college that liked his hot dogs with ranch dressing as a topping. I have come across a few more people since then that think of ranch as the all purpose condiment. One told me that the rule of thumb was, if it would be good with cheese, then it goes well with ranch.
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/04/05 15:31:59 (permalink)
My daughter always orders ranch dressing to eat on her french fries.She never eats ketchup on them
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Originally posted by hatteras04

I had a roommate in college that liked his hot dogs with ranch dressing as a topping. I have come across a few more people since then that think of ranch as the all purpose condiment. One told me that the rule of thumb was, if it would be good with cheese, then it goes well with ranch.
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/04/05 16:04:58 (permalink)
I only use ketchup on bargain dogs.. on something like Nathans the ONLY condiment (if any) is a good brown mustard (yellow if nothing else is around).. on corn dogs I like a combo of ketchup and mustard.. and there is one treat that I used to eat in excess.. warm flour tortilla wrapped around a hot dog with a slice of American cheese and BBQ sauce or Marie's honey mustard. Almost forgot my friend who only eats her dogs with.............peanut butter......ewww.
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/04/05 16:33:19 (permalink)
This is starting to read like the "It ain't Chowda if it's red" post about Manhatten Clam Chowder.

At least nobody has suggested that the hot dog is no longer a hot dog once ketchup is applied. LOL !!!!

Personally, no ketchup for me. I like the spicy brown mustard, some chopped onions, and a little hot sauce (kind of a chili meat-only thing popular here in Rochester).
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/04/05 20:39:02 (permalink)
You mean Manhattan Clam Soup, of course.
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/04/05 21:10:45 (permalink)
Natural casing hot dogs--nearly any brand is better than skinless franks. Grilled buns. Sauerkraut (can't get Polish kraut in CA!), chopped onions and yellow mustard. Turmeric is what makes it yellow, incidentally.

If you ever see Plochman's Chili Dog Mustard, try it! They have added dehydrated onion, chili pepper, paprika and cumin to yellow mustard.

Years ago I'd eat coney dogs, and if I knew how to make that coney stuff I'd have them again. It was just meat and sauce, no beans or such. Anyone got a recipe? Thanks!
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/04/05 21:30:58 (permalink)
Hmm all the Chicago Dogs I've seen pictures of had ketchup on them along with the pickle, sports peppers, mustard, neon green relish. Of course it was just raw ketchup with no frills.
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/04/23 01:11:25 (permalink)
To quote the famous Bud Abbott,hey what's the matter with you,Don't
you know that mustard was made for the hotdog,you know how many thousands of people go to work each day making mustard just so you can
put it on your hotdog.
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/04/23 08:22:32 (permalink)
quote:
Originally posted by emsmom

My daughter always orders ranch dressing to eat on her french fries.She never eats ketchup on them.
quote:
Originally posted by hatteras04

I had a roommate in college that liked his hot dogs with ranch dressing as a topping. I have come across a few more people since then that think of ranch as the all purpose condiment. One told me that the rule of thumb was, if it would be good with cheese, then it goes well with ranch.



What has ever happened to the good old practice of mayonnaise on French fries? Great tasting!
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/04/23 11:54:27 (permalink)
I had a Chicago style hot dog once. I'll take my salad on the side, thanks.
My Grandchildren put ketchup on hotdogs - its seems that an adult palate is needed before mustard is acceptable.

If you want a tasty hot dog travel to Dallas Hot Wieners in Kingston, NY and order "two with everything". You'll get two steamed and grilled
hot dogs on steamed buns with chili, mustard, and onions. I'm not much of a milk drinker, but I like a glass of cold milk with those Dallas
Hot Wieners. (BTW: I tasted one of those Dallas wieners naked once (the wiener, not me) and it seemed to be of pretty poor quality. I suppose the whole idea of "texas hots" came about as a way to pass off poor quality meat- talk, about making a silk purse out of a hogs ear).
When I can find them, I prefer hot dogs with a high percentage of pork for picnics or back yard grilling.
At a ballpark, I want my hot dog to have yelloow mustard and saurkraut or yellow mustard and neon green relish, and it must be accompanied with beer.
Splitting and grilling a hot dog is an sinful thing to do. How could you destroy the caseing they worked so hard to stuff the meat into ?
Those soggy potato rolls that seems to have come out of nowhere in recent years are an abomination. Even the poorest hot dog should not be reduced to the indignity of such a disgrace to the baker's art.
And, that's the Hot Dog Bible according to SJ- you transgress it at your peril !

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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/05/11 00:11:00 (permalink)
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Originally posted by chicagostyledog

Ketchup on a hot dog is a violation of Chicago food laws. A "Chicago Style Hot Dog" doesn't include ketchup.


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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/05/11 01:32:28 (permalink)
A plain dog dressed with firey chili and topped with onions and cheese is the way to go. Mustard and ketchup pale in comparison...
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/05/11 08:50:12 (permalink)
"Ketchup on a dog, why not?" 'Cause it's yucky, that's why not!
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/05/11 15:20:48 (permalink)
When I was a young'un my mother canned a version of ketchup that did not greatly resemble the commercial ketchups. In both consistency and taste it was more like a medium spicy taco sauce. When we had hot dogs at home, she would mix chopped onions with this ketchup and place a small bowl of it on the table as a condiment. Excellent!

But I have never eaten the commercial ketchup on a hot dog, and I really have no desire to.
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/05/11 15:54:47 (permalink)
Ketchup on a hot dog really doesn't work for me (it's the Chicago in me talking), but that's the beauty of these forums: Everyone has their own way of doing things and, to me, that's a cool thing.

For kids especially, ketchup is a must. However, they put ketchup on most everything. Go figure.
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RE: Ketchup on a dog, why not? 2004/06/03 21:21:14 (permalink)
Ketchup + chopped raw onion on a boiled dog = pure delight. I'm not going to let Chicagoans and New Yorkers tell me what I'm supposed to like!
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