Even vegans like hotdogs; we eat Smart Dogs, and serve them up on whole grain buns.
We're having them for dinner tonight, in fact. Yum.
I have been off work since Tuesday afternoon, and grilling shiskabobs each night.
On the side I throw on Tofurkey dogs.
Actually they make vegi hot dogs too, but I like their line of big sausages for grilling better, I get both the Tofurky Italian Sausage and Tofurky Kielbasa ones.
Kind of hard to see it since it is smothered in a slice of Swiss cheese and Grey Poupon mustard
Mac salad, French bread, and the kabob stuff and a Henry's rootbeer wash it all down.
Tonight I am trying some Frenches mustard with brown sugar in it.
Before I went vegi back around '82, I ate tons of regular hot dogs.
After seeing how they make them, it is pretty gross
Might have to check out the applegate trying to avoid nitrates etc..
Kids love hebrew and We like em to
I ama simple guy just like yellow mustard thats it on mine
Or swiss cheese and BBQ sauce
But I love good bokwurst the most on a good roll with beaver valley deli mustard !
I'm not going to lie: I love a hot dog cooked over a campfire. Maybe it brings me back to my childhood; I don't know. However, we almost always bring 'em with us when camping.
I also love the Hebrew National dogs.
Also, having married into a German household (as in my wife is first generation), I've had all kinds of different wurst. I love weisswurst, bratwurst, Knackwurst, and a Polish Kiełbasa, too.
I highly recommend Aidell's Chicken Applewood sausages, too.
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Their Fearless Franks are forgettable but their sausages, Spicy Italian, Sweet Italian and Chorizo are quite good.
Nothing beats a good hot dog with TONS of ketchup on it.
My wife and my boys love hot dogs and I'll eat one every now and then, but I'm more of a sausage guy myself. I slow cook 'em over indirect heat, usually with hickory as the fuel, and with a spicy dry rub applied. I've tried all kinds of store bought sausages as well as those from fancy local butchers in the Seattle area. The thing is, we like Johnsonville Spicy Italian Sausage and Brats the best for this kind of preparation. They are extremely juicy and they provide a fairly simple canvas that seems to work really well with this preparation... and since I make this particular kind of sausage A LOT we're pretty much a Johnsonville family (accept when it comes to spaghetti and other Italian dishes with sausage).
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