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    SRF Kobe Gourmet Hotdogs

    Ok, how should I do these...grill, steam, fry or boil? Here's what I'm thinking...grilling some of them and steaming a few to make Chicago style hotdogs. Whatcha think? Click image for larger version

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    DWCowles Wow, I would thaw them out then cook them over medium heat on the grill. I would keep an eye on them though so they don't split on ya. Just my two cents. Others may have better ideas. You are becoming the ambassador between AR and SRF!!!

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      #3
      I would split the ends in "T formation" and grill to darkness using a 2-zone set up.

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      • carolts
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        sounded more like you were calling in a play to the huddle...

      • smarkley
        smarkley commented
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        lol carolts it does sound kind of like a foot ball thing

      • JohnF
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        *scratching my head*, would you please explain the T formation and why?

      #4
      Awesome DWCowles -- I eagerly await the results!

      I might try the RecTec for one of the packages.
      Last edited by smarkley; September 17, 2015, 06:08 PM.

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        #5
        Fire up little monster, take the skin off the dogs and do them low and slow.

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        • Dr ROK
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          Ernest, why would you take the casing off the dogs?

        • Ernest
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          Smoke stays on casing, waste of good smoke.

        #6
        Yeah Ernest idea is good... if you are firing up the little monster for brisket this weekend, might as well throw the kobe dogs on too!

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          #7
          I decided to do a Chicago style hotdog and let me tell you...it was FANTASTIC! Click image for larger version

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          • smarkley
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            OH YEAH.. that is a Beautiful Thing! Good Job!

          #8
          DWCowles nice! Keep this up and you'll be crowned the hot dog king!

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          • DWCowles
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            Huskee no King here...I'm just a warrior

          #9
          Wow, you sure a hot dog is in there somewhere???

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          • DWCowles
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            Jerod Broussard look real hard in the center of the bun

          • Jerod Broussard
            Jerod Broussard commented
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            You gotta bun there too??????????

          #10
          Bun, mustard, maybe some chili if it is available.

          Click image for larger version

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          • w0nq
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            Classic Chicago Dog, they're the best!

          • Huskee
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            LOL!

          #11
          Would you buy them again? DWCowles

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          #12
          Dude... that is a Chicago dog DWCowles built a thing of beauty! I would not change a thing!

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          • DWCowles
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            smarkley the only thing that I will do different next time is to use Poppy seed buns. I will have to order them bc no one has them around here.

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          The little 10 lb choice brisket came out very good...Fix me a brisket sammich with Bone Suckin' mustard and some ABTs Click image for larger version

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          • smarkley
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            Here I thought you were still recovering from Labor day... WOW what a spread!

            I need an invite!

          #14
          I smoke my hot dogs on the egg indirect heat and make them spiral cut dogs. You can see video of how to spiral cut them @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyieI2bxyIk. Use SRF regular beef hotdogs not the kobe ones and they are amazing.

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          • fzxdoc
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            Yummy yum yum.

            Kathryn

          #15
          W O W ! I've got to try this, but you've given me a great idea for a gathering I'm having. Plus, every small town surrounding our metropolis has a meat market that does their own dogs & BRATS. Gotta try it. I think I will also order some of the greatest dogs made from the market that does them for Tony Packos in Toledo. Muchos thanks.

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          • FireMan
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            Oh, & I am definitely not going to get ANY hot dogs that are 3$ plus each & I have to cook them with no baseball game & a 7$ beer.

          • DWCowles
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            FireMan I didn't paid $3. They were on sale when I got them.

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