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flasher49
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RE: Dip Dogs - Fri, 01/25/08 8:17 PM
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Except 2 freshly made DIPDOGS????

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RE: Dip Dogs - Fri, 01/25/08 9:19 PM
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Are dipdogs corndogs? Not sure what to expect. I don't get down that way too often but I keep threatening to go down to Bristol.. but that doesnt happen often with me working all the time and living up in Goochland.

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RE: Dip Dogs - Fri, 01/25/08 9:57 PM
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Hmmmmm.....concept is similar but the texture is different. Dip Dogs have bit of a crunch to them , batter is lighter.

You need a good 3 or four to make a meal in my book too...just regular sized franks.

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RE: Dip Dogs - Sun, 01/27/08 2:07 PM
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Try mixing flour with soda water. The batter should be fairly thin. Throw in a couple drops of yellow food coloring. This will make a crispy golden batter.

flasher49
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RE: Dip Dogs - Sun, 01/27/08 9:22 PM
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I dont think I would try that combination.. Doesn't sound to good. THis is what makes DIPDOGS so unique its a secret recipe and takes several steps to make the perfect DIPDOG>

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RE: Dip Dogs - Mon, 02/11/08 2:20 AM
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I'd say its a beer batter similar to good fish and chips.

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RE: Dip Dogs - Mon, 02/11/08 3:35 AM
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Doesn't have quite the same consistency as a beer batter. Whatever it is,they're pretty good.

I'll be swinging by for a feed of 'em in March for sure....maybe a side of those monster onion rings as well.

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RE: Dip Dogs - Mon, 02/11/08 2:24 PM
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We look forward to having you stop in. Yum Yum nothing like a dipdog and freshly made Onion Rings. See ya in March.

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RE: Dip Dogs - Mon, 02/11/08 2:37 PM
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good to know. May be down that way soon.

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RE: Dip Dogs - Mon, 02/11/08 3:16 PM
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Dudes,leave this poor Dipdog guy alone-his recipe is a secret-he is not going to tell you.Just go there and enjoy a Dipdog-sound really good.

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RE: Dip Dogs - Mon, 02/11/08 9:00 PM
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Dude... No One is bugging the Dip Dog guy! He's loving the attention his dip dogs are getting. Why do you think he keeps hanging around? If it were not 1,500 miles from me I'd be glad to give the guy some business.

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RE: Dip Dogs - Tue, 02/12/08 11:14 AM
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Dude. dude? Duuuuuude!

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RE: Dip Dogs - Tue, 02/12/08 12:45 PM
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Originally posted by BR

Dude... No One is bugging the Dip Dog guy! He's loving the attention his dip dogs are getting. Why do you think he keeps hanging around? If it were not 1,500 miles from me I'd be glad to give the guy some business.

I understand that he like the attention-asking him to give up the recipe is stupid. Ask him other Q's. I would love to eat one of his Dipdogs as well.


Dude?

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RE: Dip Dogs - Tue, 02/12/08 12:47 PM
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DipDog man, do you need Mike to protect you are you doing ok on your own? Mike, if you have something different you want to know just ask.

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RE: Dip Dogs - Tue, 02/12/08 3:35 PM
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Originally posted by divefl

DipDog man, do you need Mike to protect you are you doing ok on your own? Mike, if you have something different you want to know just ask.

What ever DUDE,its annoying hearing the same Q's over and over again. That is all I am saying. Why is everybody so defensive all the time.

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RE: Dip Dogs - Tue, 02/12/08 3:36 PM
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Defensive? Check the mirror.

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RE: Dip Dogs - Tue, 02/12/08 9:32 PM
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Guys no need to disagree on a DIPDOG.. First it's not a guy your asking questions to, I am a lady. And it's okay to ask questions I really don't mind but there are some I will not give out like the recipe for it is a secret but it does take more steps in making a DIPDOG than you think. Actually there is about 10 steps we do to make sure a DIPDOG is what it is suppose to be. And there are certain steps we take in making our onion rings. That is why it is so good and also the large order of onion rings you get. If your ever in our area stop in and see us and let me know you were from the road food forum.

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RE: Dip Dogs - Wed, 02/13/08 8:43 AM
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Originally posted by flasher49

Guys no need to disagree on a DIPDOG.. First it's not a guy your asking questions to, I am a lady. And it's okay to ask questions I really don't mind but there are some I will not give out like the recipe for it is a secret but it does take more steps in making a DIPDOG than you think. Actually there is about 10 steps we do to make sure a DIPDOG is what it is suppose to be. And there are certain steps we take in making our onion rings. That is why it is so good and also the large order of onion rings you get. If your ever in our area stop in and see us and let me know you were from the road food forum.

Sorry about that lady!

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RE: Dip Dogs - Wed, 02/13/08 9:57 AM
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Does anyone have a picture of one to show?

Thanks

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RE: Dip Dogs - Wed, 02/13/08 10:25 AM
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There is a pretty good picture at there web site http://www.dipdogs.net/

She says there are about 10 steps to the process which leads me to think it might have yeast in the process. I guess I will have to stop by and try one. Always love to hear when sombody has a method that is proven over the course of time, still made the same way, and the passion of the owners continues to make a quality product for 50 years. Only thing I find amazing is that they are closed the week of July 4th which I think would be there busiest seeing as more hot dogs are sold that week than at any other time of the year....Russ

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RE: Dip Dogs - Wed, 02/13/08 10:37 AM
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I'd like to check on this secret this Monday. Open for the holiday?

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RE: Dip Dogs - Wed, 02/13/08 10:40 AM
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Originally posted by divefl

I'd like to check on this secret this Monday. Open for the holiday?

If you go we need good pics!-I can't wait to hear a report

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RE: Dip Dogs - Wed, 02/13/08 3:47 PM
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Once again, Russ hit the nail on the head!

Oh Russ, maybe there celebrating the 4th? If I owned a hot dog place and was rich, thats what I would do.
Joe

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RE: Dip Dogs - Wed, 02/13/08 8:28 PM
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Okay I will answer a few questions. The reason we are closed July 4th week is that since we have to be at the Dipdog stand 7 days a week and we don't get a vacation like others do. We found that is works great to just close a week and all our employees take their vacation and so do we and when we all come back to work we are all rested and ready to go again. Summers are very hard on us and this gives us a week with rest and we can enjoy the 4th like everyone else.
No there is no yeast in our DipDogs so we will lay that one to rest.
Dont forget your loved ones on Valentines Day. Just a reminder..

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RE: Dip Dogs - Thu, 02/14/08 10:33 AM
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Originally posted by mikez629

quote:
Originally posted by divefl

I'd like to check on this secret this Monday. Open for the holiday?

If you go we need good pics!-I can't wait to hear a report


Let down. Just mapped it out and it was not where I thought it was. Taking BRP on the way back and it hits the road well north of DipDog. Will have to wait until summer.

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RE: Dip Dogs - Tue, 06/16/09 10:29 PM
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where is all the Dipdog fans?   havent heard from you all in a while. 

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RE: Dip Dogs - Tue, 06/16/09 10:58 PM
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What's up with that "EXIT 39" on their website front page????
WHAT CITY????
What STATE???

terrible front page, in that regard...

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RE: Dip Dogs - Wed, 06/17/09 7:31 AM
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Marion, Virginia.

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RE: Dip Dogs - Fri, 06/26/09 10:47 AM
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Making me want one bad.

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RE: Dip Dogs - Mon, 09/14/09 3:16 PM
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I'll go ahead and apologize now for the quality of the following photos.  I just bought a new camera and am struggling with learning how to use it.
 
I got Dip Dogged yesterday. 

First of all, finding this place isn't as easy as just getting off of Exit 39 of I-81.  You can take Hwy. 11 in two different directions, so I asked someone in the parking lot of the nearby American Legion, I think it was.  The man responded, "You sure are going to the right place!"  Anyway, he sent me in the proper direction and I arrived, only to find almost no parking spots left in the lot.  I finally improvised a spot next to the trash dumpster and went in.
 
After placing my order, I sat down in the tiny inside and started chatting with a couple who live nearby now, but was originally from the Hot Springs, Arkansas area.  So of course, we discussed how much we loved McClards BBQ in Hot Springs.  He mentioned that in a feature on the local tv news about Dip Dog, he is interviewed and can be seen eating in the background.  My new friend told me that Dip Dog is a local institution.
 
About 10 minutes later, my number was called, meaning my food was ready.  I grabbed my bag and took it to a picnic bench.  They do have outdoor seating in a shaded area, but wanting to take pictures, I sat out in the sun.  Here are my two Dip Dogs, heavily bathed in yellow mustard:

The coating was light and had a slight crunch to it.  You know how sometimes at festivals when you get a corn dog, it tastes like it was deep fried a month ago?  Not here.  Very, very fresh tasting.  The wiener on the inside is a surprisingly bright red color. 

Interesting combination that obviously works.
 
Having also read about how good the onion rings are, I grabbed an order of those, too.

Also with a very light coating, these were excellent!  To wash it all down, a thick blackberry shake.
 
Before I left, I snapped a photo of their menu board.

 
Dip Dog is well worth a couple hour drive! 
 
<message edited by buffetbuster on Mon, 09/14/09 3:21 PM>

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RE: Dip Dogs - Thu, 11/11/10 5:06 PM
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Fixing dip dogs (and onion rings) Saturday night!  Love dip dogs, haven't fixed them in about a year, so I'm way overdue!  Corn dogs are a common commodity in Texas, and very few people have ever heard of a "dip dog"!
 
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Re:Dip Dogs - Thu, 01/27/11 10:51 PM
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the DIPDOG stand is off of exit 39 onto hwy 11 west Marion, Va. 24354

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Re:Dip Dogs - Sun, 01/30/11 3:25 PM
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Hello Flasher ,
 
We are conseidering the Bristol race ourselves this yr and would be coming down I 81 . Will keep  you advised of  if and when we will be coming .
If you folks were in Jersey i'm sure we would add you to our Annual Hot Dog Tour . Mapquest says 9.5 hours from me . damn I'm ready for the drive right now
 
Benzee

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Re:Dip Dogs - Wed, 03/23/11 5:50 PM
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I just learned that there is a Dixie Dog Drive-In, in Ponca City, Oklahoma that claims to serve a true southern Virginia Dip Dog. That's about an hour and a half from me so maybe sometime in the near future I'll get top try one. Honestly though from pics I've seen they don't seem much different than a corn dog.

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RE: Dip Dogs - Wed, 03/30/11 6:05 PM
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myway


Hi,
What's the difference between a, "hand-dipped", corn dog and a regular corndog? I really don't know. At carnivals, the handipped style are pretty much twice the price. What is the name of the corn dog place in Texas that was featured on Mark Decarlo's show? They are suppose to have some great corn dogs too. Congrats to you Flasher, sounds like your doing well.



What a question! haha!
I like the conversation thread her. :)

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