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Friday, June 07, 2013

BBQ Hot Dogs Anyone?

I know it's not the type of traditional bbq that I usually feature on this bbq blog, but I've been craving hot dogs all week. I'm on a quest to find two or three killer ideas for great bbq hot dogs.
 
One things for sure, I don't like cheap hot dog meat so first things being first I've got to find some quality candidates. I know hot dogs have a bad reputation, but some are made from better ingredients than others. Quality is realative when it comes to hot dogs I'm sure.
 
Chil or no chili? Beans or no?
 
Stick with basic ketchup, mustand, relish and onions; or try something more exotic?
 
These are the questions that have been on my mind all week. I'm open to suggestions, if you care to share.
 
Check back on Sunday for the three best hot dogs recipes I can find. 
 
Here's a link to some interesting hot dogs. Most of these are out of my price range today, but some of them lower on the list sound interesting. For this week I think I'm going to stick to some of the more traditional thoughts and visions for bbq hot dogs:  ketchup, mustard, relish, onions, green peppers, banana peppers, jalapenos, sauerkraut, chili, etc.  Linda is going to whip up a chipotle sauce later today to try on our Hebrew National and Kowalski brand dogs that I purchased yesterday.

No artificial flavors, No preservatives, No gluten, No fillers and No by-products

Natural casing hot dogs made locally in Metro Detroit

Hot dogs 4 ways

Hot dog lunch spread
Linda made a tasty relish for the hot dogs. Here's the recipe if you want to try it sometime.
 
Pickle and Parsley Relish 
(from the July 2013 edition of Woman's Day magazine)
  • 6 halves of sour pickles, chopped
  • 1/2 medium white onion, chopped
  • 3 TBSP whole grain mustard
  • 1/4 cup fresh flat parsley, chopped
 Combine and mix the ingredients to make a relish for your hot dogs.

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