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    Spiral cut hot dogs!!

    You can see a short video about it @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyieI2bxyIk

    Will never smoke hotdogs any other way. I use Double ranch beef hotdogs from snake river farms.


    I smoke my hot dogs on the big green egg around 250f with pecan chunks on indirect heat and wait until they get a bit of char going.

    spiral dogs by Immersion Freediving, on Flickr

    spiral dogs by Immersion Freediving, on Flickr
    Last edited by ImmersionFD; October 21, 2015, 03:05 PM.

    #2
    Those look awesome ImmersionFD !

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      #3
      I need to try that. People love the split end technique.

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        #4
        Those are good, my kids love these.

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        • DeusDingo
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          he looks happier than i think he should be...

        #5
        Holy Cow, you even did it with correct anatomy.

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        • fracmeister
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          What is the correct anatomy for a hot dog?

        #6
        How cute is that, _John_ ! Char them enough and they'll be like an edible Ursula in Little Mermaid.

        ImmersionFD I had spiral hot dogs in August and really liked the extra surface area for the burn/crunch factor. Never thought to smoke them, though. Usually they go on my gasser. Time to rethink that paradigm.

        Kathryn,

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        • Medusa
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          K, I'm with you. Usually the gasser and GG's

          --Ed

        #7
        Amazing, I love hot dogs, they are one thing I will never ever grow out of.

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        • Breadhead
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          Don't ever tour a hotdog factory then.🙈

        #8
        I like to use a dry rub when I cook these.

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          #9
          Definitely going to give it a try.

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            #10
            Try this:
            http://themeatguy.blogspot.jp/2009/0...ry-wienie.html

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            • Breadhead
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              I clicked on your link and read the text. I can imagine it's would be fun to do for my grandkids but the pictures did not open.

            #11
            My grand kids love these, been doing 'em for years...

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              #12
              Great Post! ImmersionFD, UFB!

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              • Medusa
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                So I finally watched the video - cool trick. But ketchup on the dog?!??! OMG!<[email protected]

              #13
              Great strategy. I talk about them in my book.

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                #14
                Boy am I glad this did not turn into a "You never put Cetchup on a Hot Dog" Rant after the video

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                  #15
                  When I was little, my Mom had hot dogs but only hamburger rolls. She cut them on one side rather than the full spiral. When she broiled them, they curled into a circle, which she then served to us on the hamburger rolls. Proving that no good deed goes unpunished, we insisted on having them that way for about a year.

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