Ketchup on a hot dog

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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/12 19:08:39 (permalink)
Lynn, you sound smart to me!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/12 19:16:51 (permalink)
Thanks, Joe, I needed that!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/12 19:53:38 (permalink)
While popular, this thread is getting rather infantile. I understand Roadfood is the go to site for all hot dog lovers, but really 8 pages of ketchup or not? What more can be said about the topic? Yes, you like it; no you don't or you come up with something altogether different. There isn't much room for anything more. How much more can be said that is on topic?

In my humble opinion, it is time to put a bullet into this thread, maybe two or three to make sure it is dead.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/12 21:51:03 (permalink)
Hmm. A revolver.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 11:03:29 (permalink)
Two of my grandaughters will not eat a dog because of the stuff they heard was in them. I bought some turkey dogs but they wont eat those ether. Weird but they both have a favotite snack... pre cooked Johnsonville Bratts, nuked for 1 min., and wraped in a flour tortilla that was nuked for 20 sec., no ketchup, no mustard.

My other zillas, that will eat hot dogs, like what I call "PapaJoe's gourmet hot dogs". A John's jumbo dog, on lightly toasted bread, with dill relish, and yellow mustard. Hey, they are not bad.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 11:07:57 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Greyghost

While popular, this thread is getting rather infantile. I understand Roadfood is the go to site for all hot dog lovers, but really 8 pages of ketchup or not? What more can be said about the topic? Yes, you like it; no you don't or you come up with something altogether different. There isn't much room for anything more. How much more can be said that is on topic?

In my humble opinion, it is time to put a bullet into this thread, maybe two or three to make sure it is dead.


See, and you can get away with those comments without getting criticized...Like The Travelin Man said to me previously- it doesn't matter what opinion I express on the forum- someone will criticize me because it's coming from "me"- by the way- I agree with you 100%
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 11:59:28 (permalink)
What happened to CSD's photo of a revolver being fired?
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 12:02:23 (permalink)
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See, and you can get away with those comments without getting criticized...Like The Travelin Man said to me previously- it doesn't matter what opinion I express on the forum- someone will criticize me because it's coming from 'me'- by the way- I agree with you 100%

That must be a terrible thing. If anyone ever wascriticalof something I posted I'd be forced to consider this the most unwelcoming board I've ever been on.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 12:03:53 (permalink)
...but we never really discussed "how much" ketchup is best, should one decide to have ketchup.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 12:05:52 (permalink)
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...but we never really discussed "how much" ketchup is best, should one decide to have ketchup.



Just a schpritz, of course!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 12:20:21 (permalink)
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...but we never really discussed "how much" ketchup is best, should one decide to have ketchup.



LOL!!!! We better stop before we get anyone upset!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 12:36:28 (permalink)
I like this thread! It has evolved, like many threads here, into different areas, and I have learned a few things. And I gave out my secret about a good, but cheep, brand of hot dog.

Like Dirty Harry once said... like Rosana Rosanadana once said "oh, nevermind"
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 12:39:24 (permalink)
I agree, PapaJoe ~ this thread does have a nice casual feel to it....it's all in fun
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 12:54:18 (permalink)
Thanks for getin my back Jim! :~)

Because of this thread, like I said earlier, a whole new "hot dog world" has opened up for me! No more plain old Board Heads with mustard.

Oh, I forgot. I was already an adventurious hot dog eater! I forgot about the Nathens skinless cooked in Shiner Back beer... and eaten plain, no mustard, no ketchup, no bun.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 13:25:04 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Greyghost

While popular, this thread is getting rather infantile. I understand Roadfood is the go to site for all hot dog lovers, but really 8 pages of ketchup or not? What more can be said about the topic? Yes, you like it; no you don't or you come up with something altogether different. There isn't much room for anything more. How much more can be said that is on topic?

In my humble opinion, it is time to put a bullet into this thread, maybe two or three to make sure it is dead.


I Think what this thread is really about is friendly, polite conversation. The chance to have some light-hearted banter with other RoadFood lovers.

Besides " Ketchup on a hot dog" I got a good recommendation from Papajoe for good eats in Corpus Christi. Laughed my butt off at Maimidon's pictures etc.

I believe in setting a big table and letting everyone sit down and enjoy themselves. So I would ask that you look beyond the subject of the thread and let everyone get acquainted with the RoadFood forums in a way they feel comfortable.

And as for the subject, its not a question of ketchup or no ketchup. I dislike ketchup and am always looking for something new to try.

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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 13:47:06 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Greyghost

While popular, this thread is getting rather infantile. I understand Roadfood is the go to site for all hot dog lovers, but really 8 pages of ketchup or not? What more can be said about the topic? Yes, you like it; no you don't or you come up with something altogether different. There isn't much room for anything more. How much more can be said that is on topic?

In my humble opinion, it is time to put a bullet into this thread, maybe two or three to make sure it is dead.


I agree , let's switch to this important topic from years gone by:

http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=8675
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 14:10:08 (permalink)
Ok, the discussion of what do do, if you think a thread is silly, now has a home in the "Off Topic and Lighter Fare section".

My earlier idea for mixing pickled jalapeno juice w/ mayo is a winner! Now I am trying to grasp all of the possibilities, other than on a cheep dog w/ ketchup, this new, to me anyway, recipe invention may have vast applications! It could out do my PawPaw's invention of frito Chili pie? Or maybe even Joe Jeller's invention of the Tator Tot! Or even Shanghai Jimmy's idea for his ohhhh so nice Chili Rice!

My insperation came from this thread. Thanks Lee!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 14:13:52 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

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Originally posted by wanderingjew[br


See, and you can get away with those comments without getting criticized...Like The Travelin Man said to me previously- it doesn't matter what opinion I express on the forum- someone will criticize me because it's coming from 'me'- by the way- I agree with you 100%

That must be a terrible thing. If anyone ever wascriticalof something I posted I'd be forced to consider this the most unwelcoming board I've ever been on.


Hey, Hey, Hey

I ended up taking "the hit" yesterday for your and porkbeak's slams on jimsock9.....
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 14:41:41 (permalink)
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Originally posted by wanderingjew

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Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

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Originally posted by wanderingjew[br


See, and you can get away with those comments without getting criticized...Like The Travelin Man said to me previously- it doesn't matter what opinion I express on the forum- someone will criticize me because it's coming from 'me'- by the way- I agree with you 100%

That must be a terrible thing. If anyone ever wascriticalof something I posted I'd be forced to consider this the most unwelcoming board I've ever been on.


Hey, Hey, Hey

I ended up taking 'the hit' yesterday for your and porkbeak's slams on jimsock9.....


...and we appreciate it. Thanks WJ!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 14:48:48 (permalink)
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Originally posted by wanderingjew

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Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

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Originally posted by wanderingjew[br


See, and you can get away with those comments without getting criticized...Like The Travelin Man said to me previously- it doesn't matter what opinion I express on the forum- someone will criticize me because it's coming from 'me'- by the way- I agree with you 100%

That must be a terrible thing. If anyone ever wascriticalof something I posted I'd be forced to consider this the most unwelcoming board I've ever been on.


Hey, Hey, Hey

I ended up taking 'the hit' yesterday for your and porkbeak's slams on jimsock9.....


...and we appreciate it. Thanks WJ!


My pleasure- that's what I'm here for!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 14:49:35 (permalink)
In the "if you think" in the "lighter fare" section yall. Talk it up all you want there.

This should be about the fascinating subject of ketchup on a hot dog.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 14:50:38 (permalink)
This is the most unwelcoming board I have ever been on.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 14:53:39 (permalink)
The only way I like Ketchup on a Hot Dog is this topping:

1 cup Store Brand Ketchup
1 Cup Miracle Whip
2 Tablespoons Old Bay
1/2 Cup Chopped Bay Corn
3 anchovies chopped fine
1 diced cucumber with seeds
1 can Kidney Beans

Mix all ingredients together in a medium bowl.

Cook a dozen or so Bar-S Chicken or Turkey Franks (Tofu dogs work well also) in the Microwave on High for 10 minutes until they bust and look like old Slim Jims. Top with alot of the above sauce.Its to die for!
Every time I make these my guests just cant get enough of them. Even Dirty Harry likes them this way...Russ
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 15:22:29 (permalink)
LOLOL Russ! Now that's a great sounding dog sauce recipe! And... it could have many more uses! It's the subtle blend of Old Bay, Bay Corn, anchovies, and the cucumber... with seeds, that I think is pure genious!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 15:27:11 (permalink)
Joerogo, good post! Glad to know I helped. And that there are a few adventuresome eaters here. :~)
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 17:22:55 (permalink)
GG's Rule:

"Never top a low end product with another low end product that cannot be improved."

Did you ever wonder why there are no high end ketchups but high end mustards abound?
This and other mysteries of the culinary universe are explained here:

http://www.gladwell.com/2004/2004_09_06_a_ketchup.html

Please excuse me while I reload.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 17:27:31 (permalink)
Jim, I hope my joking around here has not caused a problem! I try to limit it to the "lighter fare" threads but... sometimes I just can't resist myself. Kinda like my response to Russ's post above. Oh, just joking!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 17:30:11 (permalink)
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Jim, I hope my joking around here has not caused a problem! I try to limit it to the "lighter fare" threads but... sometimes I just can't resist myself. Kinda like my response to Russ's post above. Oh, just joking!
Joe


Oh no, PapaJoe ~ you've done nothing wrong! We all love your posts and look forward to them!
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 17:35:06 (permalink)
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This is the most unwelcoming board I have ever been on.


Well, yeah, you're right, NebGuy. But don't worry, I'm looking to get this all straightened out. You see, I'm the focus of the bullying going on, and I am going to fix it good, you'll see. I'm already in contact with the top people on this site. It's really only two people making the problem. Hang in there! (one of them's already been a problem on another site, I have it documented.)

I was merely joking but carry on if you must.
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RE: Ketchup on a hot dog 2008/03/13 17:56:59 (permalink)
Let it be stipulated that everyone loves Papa Joe. Dissenters will be shot, detractors will be shot twice. I have already reloaded...tell me, do you feel lucky?
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