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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/04 15:37:42 (permalink)
If it will fit on a dog... someone will do it!

I love cold Rotel & Mexican Velveeta dip, on a dog. It will melt just a little bit on the HOT dog, mmmm!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/04 15:41:38 (permalink)
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ketchup and mayo = thousand island dressing. You people are getting sick now. Whats wrong with you people? That Brazillian thing is just wrong. Now stop this talk. Time to lock this thread...Russ


ROFLMAO!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/04 15:47:36 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Russ Jackson

ketchup and mayo = thousand island dressing. You people are getting sick now. Whats wrong with you people? That Brazillian thing is just wrong. Now stop this talk. Time to lock this thread...Russ


ROFLMAO!



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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/04 15:49:43 (permalink)
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Originally posted by ShellysDawgHouse

oh and ketchup.together with the mayo


Here's a Bogota Special:



It's got a ketchup and mayo concoction, bacon and onions underneath, and ham, melted cheese, and the all-purpose Colombian topping, crumbled potato chips.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/04 16:49:09 (permalink)
If I knew how to insert a picture I would show you a couple of "Mealies" from Charlie's Pool Room in Jersey. Sweet & sour Hungarian onion sauce, chopped onions and hot pepper strips.

No ketchup, no mustard, and certainly no mayo. It doesn't get any better than that.

MiamiDon, Great pictures except for the last one with the "ketchup and mayo concoction".
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/04 19:01:01 (permalink)
I agree,the ketchup and mayo would be like putting french dressing on the thing!!!!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/04 19:06:23 (permalink)
Now yall got me thinking... Tartar Sauce! They make turkey and chicken dogs. I kinda like those. And I have seen a cheeseburger dog. Do they make a fish dog?
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/04 19:06:47 (permalink)
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Originally posted by MiamiDon

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Originally posted by ShellysDawgHouse

oh and ketchup.together with the mayo


Here's a Bogota Special:



It's got a ketchup and mayo concoction, bacon and onions underneath, and ham, melted cheese, and the all-purpose Colombian topping, crumbled potato chips.



What is in that cup?...Russ
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/04 19:31:36 (permalink)
I am not about to knock Miami Don's creations. They look very good to me. French dressing? Is that not the most un-secret secret sauce in the world? If people did not love it the major chains would not do it.

Miami Don has a great deal of creativity here and knows what he is doing. Of course since my hot dog tastes are rather pedestrian, I would want mine with corn relish only. I would order the other ones, though and either say hold the dog or put it on the side.

Why ruin a masterpiece? With this sort of creative cooking the dog becomes irrelevant.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/04 20:40:40 (permalink)
I for got about the Hawaiin Puka Dog. It has fruit on it. I don't know how to do a picture, sorry.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/04 21:12:01 (permalink)
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In the end we are purists. Pure to our own tastes. Do I put ketchup on a hotdog? Sure but I also eat them with relish, onions and chili. Come to think of it isn't chili a derivitive of a tomato, pretty much where ketchup comes from.

I also eat corned beef and cabbage, sometimes with vinegar and sometimes with butter on the vegetables. I eat french fries sometimes with ketchup and sometimes with malt vinegar. Pork chop sandwiches sometimes with mayo and fried onions and sometimes with mustard.

You get the idea. There is one rule that I will never, ever break: Pastrami and corned beef sandwichs must be served with mustard. That's just me.

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Chili is NOT a derivative of any tomato product! Chili is made with beef, chile powder, onions, bell peppers and maybe a can of tomato sauce or a can of tomatoes and beer. Not even close to kethcup.
Please don't confuse good chili with bad ketchup! As far as I know, there is no ketchup with beef chunks and neither is there chili made with ketchup as far as I know.

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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/04 21:54:09 (permalink)
Whops Boyardee, every pot of chili I slave for hours getting just right has my sweety putting ketchup in it. Hey, at least she eats it. I would draw the line at mayo though!!!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/04 22:26:28 (permalink)
As a vendor and business educator, I don't get involved in the political correctness of using ketchup on a hot dog. It's a matter of personal choice. Growing up as a Chicago baby boomer, ketchup was disallowed and isn't used on a Chicago style hot dog because it contains sugar, which takes the edge off the highly acidic tomatoes and other Chicago style condiments. http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=617730

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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/04 23:08:49 (permalink)
I will occasionally put just mustard and catsup on my dog.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/04 23:10:17 (permalink)
Thank you CSD for the informative story. I agree about the Chicago style dog not needing any ketchup or anything else that isn't already there. It is a great formula for the perfect dog! Also, I would not put ketchup on a Sabrett or Nathan's dog either. Just a little red onion sauce, mustard, and sometimes a little kraut. All acidic ingredients that help cut the richness of the meat.

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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/04 23:37:39 (permalink)
CSD is righ on of coars. Nothing else needed on those delicious babys!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/05 06:36:30 (permalink)
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Originally posted by boyardee65

Thank you CSD for the informative story. I agree about the Chicago style dog not needing any ketchup or anything else that isn't already there. It is a great formula for the perfect dog! Also, I would not put ketchup on a Sabrett or Nathan's dog either. Just a little red onion sauce, mustard, and sometimes a little kraut. All acidic ingredients that help cut the richness of the meat.

J.M.H.O

David O.


Well, just to keep the conversation going...

Sabrett's onion sauce contains sugar.

Ketchup contains vinegar. (i.e., acid)
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/05 06:38:56 (permalink)
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Now yall got me thinking... Tartar Sauce! They make turkey and chicken dogs. I kinda like those. And I have seen a cheeseburger dog. Do they make a fish dog?
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/05 06:39:51 (permalink)
i also put ketchup sometimes when i have a chili dawg must/chili and yes wiz!!!
But my new favorite is spicy brown, kraut and a new thing i am making a hot mango relish!!! the spiciness of the mustard, the tartness of the kraut and then the sweet and quite spicy mango relish. YUM O NO ketchup here.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/05 06:43:56 (permalink)
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i also put ketchup sometimes when i have a chili dawg must/chili and yes wiz!!!
But my new favorite is spicy brown, kraut and a new thing i am making a hot mango relish!!! the spiciness of the mustard, the tartness of the kraut and then the sweet and quite spicy mango relish. YUM O NO ketchup here.


Good for you, Shelly! Are you using fresh mangos? I have three mango trees in the yard, and in the early summer I do mango everything.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/05 07:59:24 (permalink)
no not at this point. but i may try it. but i can say this..... It is sooooo good. and anyone who has "dared" to try it has loved it. it is spicy/sweet and yummy
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/05 08:21:08 (permalink)

This morning I had 2 Boar's Head beef dogs boiling. So I decided to do my own taste test. I ate some with Plochman's mustard, some with ketchup and some plain. Much to my own surprise, I honestly liked the "plain" best of all.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/05 08:39:33 (permalink)
Is ketchup OK on a puka dog?

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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/05 08:43:36 (permalink)
No, but give me one with the Habenero... hey,wait even Heinz makes a hot spicey ketchup...maybe we're on to something!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/05 10:00:14 (permalink)
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This morning I had 2 Boar's Head beef dogs boiling. So I decided to do my own taste test. I ate some with Plochman's mustard, some with ketchup and some plain. Much to my own surprise, I honestly liked the "plain" best of all.



Only thing worse than Ketchup on a Hot Dog is boiling one...Russ

Next you will be putting them in a Microwave!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/05 10:12:13 (permalink)
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This morning I had 2 Boar's Head beef dogs boiling. So I decided to do my own taste test. I ate some with Plochman's mustard, some with ketchup and some plain. Much to my own surprise, I honestly liked the "plain" best of all.



Only thing worse than Ketchup on a Hot Dog is boiling one...Russ

Next you will be putting them in a Microwave!
What is this world coming to?


Didn't you notice the ""?? When gymsock uses the "", it means he's "joking".
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/05 10:25:28 (permalink)
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Originally posted by porkbeaks

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Originally posted by Russ Jackson

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Originally posted by jimsock9


This morning I had 2 Boar's Head beef dogs boiling. So I decided to do my own taste test. I ate some with Plochman's mustard, some with ketchup and some plain. Much to my own surprise, I honestly liked the "plain" best of all.



Only thing worse than Ketchup on a Hot Dog is boiling one...Russ

Next you will be putting them in a Microwave!
What is this world coming to?


Didn't you notice the ""?? When gymsock uses the "", it means he's "joking".



I wasnt serious either. What someone puts on there Hot Dog is there business. But I reserve the right to critique. I love Ketchup but putting it on a hot dog kind of makes my stomach turn. Heck I actually put Ketchup on a Hamburger and purists think that is a sin...Russ
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/05 10:37:55 (permalink)
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Why ruin a masterpiece? With this sort of creative cooking the dog becomes irrelevant.


In many places, the hotdog meat is so generic, that the toppings are what makes it a good hotdog. I struggled with that concept when I moved from Central New York to North Carolina. In CNY, there is an abundance of good hotdog producers. Therefore, the hotdog meat is special enough that toppings are not common place. While in NC, they basically sell just regular store brand style of hotdogs and the "all-the-way" hotdog, rules. NC taught me that there's no cooking method to make a generic hotdog palatable, unless you get creative with the toppings. I have gotten over my trepidation with the all-the-way hotdog philosophy. I've combined both ideas to my new perspective: when I can only get store bought style hotdogs, I make a mean chili and coleslaw for the topping. When I can get a higher quality meat, then I stick to mustards.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/05 10:45:50 (permalink)
Being a native Chicagoan, I actually prefer my hotdogs with only mustard, chopped raw onion and celery salt. However, there are occasions when I want something different and get one with ketchup, cheese, and celery salt. I actually think that the celery salt is the best part of a dog you can get in Chicago, at least works for me. Although the quality of the hotdog is also paramount...
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/05 12:54:43 (permalink)
I have been thinking and maybe not when it comes to ketchup but, i think different dawgs need different topping. I feel some toppings compliment some dawgs but not others. (like some things taste better on a grilled dawg and some better on a dirty water dawg) i am a firm believer in this. I happen to love hebrew National dawgs on the grill and that would be the dawg i love the mustard,kraut and hot mango relish on. i don't nessarially (sp) think i would like it on a dirty water dawg. I think slaw on a dawg would be better on a grilled dawg. but i love a dirty water dawg with must/ketchup/chili and WIZ yes i said it WIZ!!!


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