I want to start off saying thank you for taking the time to read my post and give me your advice.
My little cart does have a grill, I thought about grilling them and possibly put them in water at 140, as supposedly what the state what it set at, but I was told it would drain out all the juices.
I thought about just boiling the water at 165 to 170 and then put the hot dogs in and lower the burner to lower so it can slowly come down to 140. I haven't tried it yet, so this Saturday I'm going to test it out.
The bigger pan and putting steam pans in could do the ticket, do you keep the water boiling at 165 or at 140.
I have my pans set up to 3 pans, 1 for my nathans and the other is regular hot dogs and my 3rd one would be my sauerkraut to keep it warm at all times, but I wonder if keeping it set at 140, if it would over cook the sauerkraut.
I'm starting simple, just doing onions, sweet relish, sauerkraut, ketchup and mustard. I want to do the basic, especially being a newbie and what I read online and listen to ben's on YouTube and his site, he said to always start simple. I just don't want to over do it.