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What do you put on your weiner?

By PinDeLaPin

23 days ago


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    #1 23 days ago

    Get your mind out of the gutter! How about a break from the normal name calling kind of thread here no arguments over JJP or Stern. Here we are just going to talk about some weiners and what you top em with. Pretty sure I just put the ketchup only on my Nathans no sense is slopping it all up. Ketchup can vary widely as well with all kinds of fancy expensive stuff right down to the walmart brand. I prefer Simply by Heinz not too pricey either so I can still buy a 12 pack with my weiner supplies at the walmart. What kind of dogs ya'll eatin and what cha wiping all over them let me know?

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    #2 23 days ago

    Just cooked up some dogs on the 4th. Ballpark franks and some regular Heinz as well. Also, Chik-Fil-A sauce goes great on everything!

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    #3 23 days ago
    Quoted from PinDeLaPin:

    a break from the normal name calling kind of thread here no arguments over JJP or Stern.

    I think the whole ketchup on a hot dog debates are older than JJP

    Salthered in Mayo hung from a string is even a thing.

    #6 23 days ago
    Quoted from TheLaw:

    I think the whole ketchup on a hot dog debates are older than JJP

    What? Ketchup is a must. But only good ketchup. There is a lot of shitty ketchup out there.

    #7 23 days ago

    Oops, sorry forceflow. You beat me by a few secs

    #8 23 days ago

    Yeah i'm not into tbis cheap ass walmart stuff

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    #9 23 days ago
    Quoted from DBLM:

    What? Ketchup is a must. But only good ketchup. There is a lot of shitty ketchup out there.

    I cannot believe it when people buy off brand ketchup, or even garbage like Hunt's.

    It's like, the cheapest condiment on the planet. Spend the extra 27 cents and get Heinz! Dear lord.

    I like my dog with ketchup and mustard.

    #10 23 days ago

    Not much for mustard I know a lot of people who put mayo on em. Just ketchup for me

    #11 23 days ago
    Quoted from CrazyLevi:

    I cannot believe it when people buy off brand ketchup, or even garbage like Hunt's.
    It's like, the cheapest condiment on the planet. Spend the extra 27 cents and get Heinz! Dear lord.
    I like my dog with ketchup and mustard.

    I hear you there. My inlaws in Indiana swear by this crap. My MIL is like "We have to support local businesses." I think it sucks ass. Actually pissed her off when I brought a bottle of Heinz out there to her house.

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    #12 23 days ago

    Gwaltney has a dog that they only sell in the Tidewater market. It’s a little skinnier and has a skin that has a very satisfying snap to it. Asking for ketchup on your hot dog will get you the evil eye in these parts. Chili, mustard, and onions is the norm.

    #13 23 days ago

    Well you know us midwesterners are always sticking together trying to support each other.

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    #14 23 days ago

    #15 23 days ago

    Mustard if alone, otherwise chicago style

    #16 23 days ago
    Quoted from zombywoof:

    Gwaltney has a dog that they only sell in the Tidewater market. It’s a little skinnier and has a skin that has a very satisfying snap to it. Asking for ketchup on your hot dog will get you the evil eye in these parts. Chili, mustard, and onions is the norm.

    Gwaltney is a damn fine dog. Never had a problem down there asking for ketchup and mustard.

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    #17 23 days ago

    This is nonsense. Nobody in their right mind puts ketchup on a hotdog.

    #18 23 days ago
    Quoted from zombywoof:

    Gwaltney has a dog that they only sell in the Tidewater market. It’s a little skinnier and has a skin that has a very satisfying snap to it. Asking for ketchup on your hot dog will get you the evil eye in these parts. Chili, mustard, and onions is the norm.

    Might go clearing out the room with some chili and mustard and onions. Wife'll have yo ass sleeping on the couch the 1st time you guve her a dutch oven

    #19 23 days ago

    Cautiously opens thread, hoping this stays clean.

    Ketchup, relish and onions only if it's a good thick weiner else just ketchup and choke it down.

    We're still talking about a hot dog?

    #20 23 days ago
    Quoted from Phat_Jay:

    Mustard if alone, otherwise chicago style

    Exactly.

    #21 23 days ago

    I'm from a suburb of Chicago so...
    All beef franks a must (will only ever buy Vienna, Hebrew national, or Nathans)
    poppyseed bun
    plochmans mustard
    relish
    tomatoes
    pickle spear
    sport peppers
    celery salt
    Heinz ketchup (only if in the mood) - will get kicked out of a few spots in Chicago if you ask for it!

    #22 23 days ago
    Quoted from PinDeLaPin:

    Well you know us midwesterners are always sticking together trying to support each other.

    I get that but I don't think Red Gold Ketchup is the hill to die on. That is without a doubt the drizzleshits of ketchup.

    #23 23 days ago
    Quoted from John-Floyd:

    I'm from a suburb of Chicago so...
    All beef franks a must (will only ever buy Vienna, Hebrew national, or Nathans)
    poppyseed bun
    plochmans mustard
    relish
    tomatoes
    pickle spear
    sport peppers
    celery salt
    Heinz ketchup (only if in the mood) - will get kicked out of a few spots in Chicago if you ask for it!

    No Nathans!!! Ughh those are the only real hot dogs just ask joey chestnut.

    #24 23 days ago
    Quoted from DBLM:

    I get that but I don't think Red Gold Ketchup is the hill to die on. That is without a doubt the drizzleshits of ketchup.

    Whaat man your crazy. I would totally prefer Red Gold but I can't ever find it around me it is always sold out.

    #25 23 days ago

    Plain, the way God intended.

    Or if a coney dog, chili, onions, no mustard.

    Or Chicago style, no mustard.

    #26 23 days ago
    Quoted from PinDeLaPin:

    Whaat man your crazy. I would totally prefer Red Gold but I can't ever find it around me it is always sold out.

    To each their own but yuck.

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    #27 23 days ago
    Quoted from pinzrfun:

    Plain, the way God intended.
    Or if a coney dog, chili, onions, no mustard.
    Or Chicago style, no mustard.

    Mustard belongs on no weiner!

    #28 23 days ago
    Quoted from kcZ:

    Mustard belongs on no weiner!

    It never gets NEAR mine!

    #29 23 days ago
    Quoted from kcZ:

    Mustard belongs on no weiner!

    Hard disagree! French's, Goldens, or if you are blessed to live on the east coast near a Wegmans, their honey mustard. That is some good mustard!

    #30 23 days ago
    Quoted from pinzrfun:

    It never gets NEAR mine!

    Especially the brown stuff!

    #31 23 days ago

    Coney for me, but at a cookout ill do mustard and ketchup.

    I think im finally old enough to try some Chicago style dogs

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    #32 23 days ago

    The only way. Chicago style.
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    #33 23 days ago

    Chili. Chopped onion. Shredded cheddar. Mustard and jalapenos.

    #34 23 days ago

    Yup chicago style

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    #35 23 days ago

    You never see Chicago style outside of Chicagoland. Here in DC you can get a half-smoke from Ben's Chili Bowl that will knock your socks off. Half beef, half pork, and all delicious!

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    #36 23 days ago
    Quoted from DBLM:

    You never see Chicago style outside of Chicagoland. Here in DC you can get a half-smoke from Ben's Chili Bowl that will knock your socks off. Half beef, half pork, and all delicious!
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    I don't know man that looks to me like a guaranteed trip to the toilet. I may have to give it a whirl though sometime

    #37 23 days ago

    Never put ketchup on a hot dog near me...

    Only two ways to eat a hot dog. With mustard or with chili.

    #38 23 days ago

    I'm not too sure about that chicago dog. There is a lot going on there.

    #39 23 days ago

    In my family (and generally in north jersey) Ketchup on hot dogs is only allowed until age 7. After that mustard, preferably brown deli mustard like Nathan’s. Never that french’s Bright yellow nasty stuff. I like some hot sauerkraut on a Hebrew national, well done and burnt.

    #40 23 days ago

    Now I am hungry

    #41 23 days ago
    Quoted from DBLM:

    ... Ben's Chili Bowl that will knock your socks off.
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    Hot dog chili with beans...the worst!

    #42 23 days ago
    Quoted from BillySastard:

    The only way. Chicago style.
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    Looks amazing,only thing I'd change is spicy brown mustard for the yellow mustard

    #43 23 days ago
    #44 23 days ago
    Quoted from TheLaw:

    Hot dog chili with beans...the worst!

    What are you rambling on aboot? Half smokes are legit! You can order some now delivered right to your door.

    https://www.halfsmokes.com

    #45 23 days ago

    the only way.....

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    #46 23 days ago
    Quoted from PinDeLaPin:

    I'm not too sure about that chicago dog. There is a lot going on there.

    I agree with you there. Chicago hotdogs and pizza are...special? Let's go with that.

    #47 23 days ago

    Surprised no one has mentioned horseradish yet...Horseradish and mustard for me. Same lineup for Kielbasa. Sometimes mustard and relish only on a beef hotdog. Sometimes only spicy mustard. I do like the Chicago style hotdog though, rather buy that one than make it too many ingredients, to me a home cooked hotdog is fast food.

    #48 23 days ago

    Ketchup , mustard everything and all. Inspector Callahan can do as he pleases!

    #50 23 days ago
    Quoted from KozMckPinball:

    Surprised no one has mentioned horseradish yet...Horseradish and mustard for me. Same lineup for Kielbasa. Sometimes mustard and relish only on a beef hotdog. Sometimes only spicy mustard. I do like the Chicago style hotdog though, rather buy that one than make it too many ingredients, to me a home cooked hotdog is fast food.

    Weber mustard is horseradish mustard - I think you'd like it.

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