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Hot Dogs and the Fixings

It is grilling season and with that comes hot dogs.  It’s the majority of kid favorites, so likely to show up at many cookouts this summer.  I recently posted the recipe for Chili Dogs which has gone down as one of my favorites.

This past week, I was on the hunt for some good hot dog ideas, to take the typical hot dog up a notch.  I landed on this batch of recipes from the Food Network.  It was pretty fun to browse through these hot dog ideas, as many I had never even thought of before.  A taco dog?  Hawaiian dog?  Oh the ideas continue.

What was I to do after looking through all these recipes?  The only thing I could do.  I topped my hot dog with good ole ketchup and sweet relish!  The traditional dog, with the typical fixings of mustard, ketchup, and sweet relish.  I just could not imagine eating some of these, although they all look good.

What’s your favorite way to eat a hot dog?  Toppings?  Plain?  Unique?

Share your ideas!

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2 Responses to “Hot Dogs and the Fixings”

  1. Susanposted July 7, 2011 at 8:16 am

    I LOVE a Chicago Dog (without fresh tomatoes), OR an all out messy dog as i call it – bun, the dog, mustard, onion, pickle relish, chili and saurkraut! THE BEST!!!


  2. Kendra @ Blendraposted July 11, 2011 at 9:04 pm

    Haha, I just had hotdogs for dinner tonight too… Ketchup and sweet relish, I know I would love a hotdog with just about anything on it. If I would have had it, I would have done jalapenos and nacho cheese. Yum!


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