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Spiral cut hot dogs!!

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  • l'inferno
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    Now that was funny.
    I love it how there literally is a technique for EVERYTHING.
    High probability of dogtupus development this weekend.
    Thanks for posting.

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

  • Artie
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    Originally posted by John View Post
    Those are good, my kids love these.

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    Would you call that . . . a dogtupus?

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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.

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

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

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

  • carolts
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    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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  • JohnF
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    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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  • Meathead
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    Great strategy. I talk about them in my book.

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

    --Ed

  • Medusa
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    Great Post! ImmersionFD, UFB!

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  • Hangman
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    My grand kids love these, been doing 'em for years...

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  • TheMeatGuyJapan
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    Try this:
    http://themeatguy.blogspot.jp/2009/0...ry-wienie.html

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  • cmcmaughan
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    Definitely going to give it a try.

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