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  • cstrfd4
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    That should be Cream of Wiener soup

  • Johnny Booth
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    Love hot dogs. What about the bun? What about condiments?

    If I am grilling it’s med heat, then char, but don’t dry them out. Inside of the bun lightly toasted on the grill.
    We also like butterflied & fried in a cast iron fryer with bacon fat and a weight. Then fry the inside of the bun too.
    Steamed dogs, very light steam for the bun.

    If it’s a bbq, anything and everything goes on the table, ketchup, mustard, relish, onions, jalapeños, pickles, cheese.

    ... then other days I stick em in the microwave. 🙂

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  • IFindZeroBadCooks
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    Attjack's GIF game is strong.

  • Stuey1515
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    I have no words..................

  • Old Glory
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    Steamed, boiled, or grilled. All good.

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  • Attjack
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  • Elton's BBQ
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    Thanks!

  • MarkN
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    I made hot dogs Cheese Stuffed and Bacon Wrapped (per the recipe on the free site) and cannot bring myself to make them any other way.

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  • Spinaker
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    Cooked on a roller or over a live fire. Then placed in a steamer with all the fixins'. Nothing better. When I was a kid my parents owned a Dairy Queen. You should have seen some of the dogs me and my brothers would come up with. Believe it or not, we ate more hot dogs than we did Blizzards.

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  • bbqLuv
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    Those look like amazing wieners. I have to say, almost sounds and looks like wiener soup. It just needs some diced onions, carrots, and potatoes.

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  • Elton's BBQ
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    My way to heat up wieners.
    Water, bullion/stock, some red/yellow onions, whole peppercorns..
    Boil up, add the wieners and let them simmer a few minutes..
    Serve..
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  • bbqLuv
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    Smoke in my Traeger, boil on stove, heat in a microwave, fry in a skillet, buy at 7-11--cheese and chili sauce, wrapped in foil at a ball game, over an open flame, add to mac and cheese,
    How do I eat the
    Let me count the ways

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  • bbqLuv
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    How Interesting, our insta-pot has an air fryer attachment. have to give it a try.

  • kjbarth
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    This^^^^. Wife and I like grilled but I like boiled/simmered too, sometimes in beer.

  • FireMan
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    Over Fire, no messin around. Cook em then eat em, arghh, arghh, arghh! Mebbee wrap em in a tortilla, yup, with onions & mustard.

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