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Old May 25, 2017   #2926
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Frank, mustard, chopped onion and relish I hope?
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Old May 25, 2017   #2927
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Frank, mustard, chopped onion and relish I hope?
Have you tried chopped onion and tomato?
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Old May 25, 2017   #2928
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No. Hmmm...
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Old May 26, 2017   #2929
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Ketchup, mustard, relish.

I know, nobody puts ketchup on a hot dog. At least that's what Clint Eastwood said.
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Old May 26, 2017   #2930
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Ketchup, mustard, relish.

I know, nobody puts ketchup on a hot dog. At least that's what Clint Eastwood said.
Depending on the type of hotdog I put ketchup mustard sweet and dill relish on them.
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Old May 26, 2017   #2931
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Had a really good dog dressed with some grainy mustard and sauteed onions that had some celery salt cooked on them until they were just soft and beginning to be clear. Boy howdy, that was good and a half.

Of course, I DID put on a bit of Mayo since I like it on hotdogs too. The guy was also serving them on lightly garlic buttered toasted buns.
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Old May 26, 2017   #2932
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My husband and I often satisfy the hot dog craving by grabbing one from the food counter on our way out of Costco. For a couple of bucks you get a high quality dog served on what is essentially a sub roll because it's so big, and a fountain drink. They offer self-serve ketchup, mustard, relish, and chopped onions for toppings.

This is how we avoid buying a whole package of dogs and a whole package of rolls, which then leads to "you can't eat just one...".
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Old May 26, 2017   #2933
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My wife is working today and my 7 year old granddaughter is spending the day with me.
I made mac n cheese tuna and peas for lunch. We all like it and it is definately cheap eaten.
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I had tonight's meal all planned out at the store on the way home from work.
By the time I got home I hit the wall.
It will be leftover chili spaghetti again tonight and hitting the hay early.
Almost every day this week I have been working for an hour and a half before anyone else shows up for work.
Mostly prep work.
Sharpening drill bits, drilling and tapping holes and assembling parts.
Tomorrow I will get up while it is still dark and cool and cook the meal I had planned for tonight then.
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Old May 26, 2017   #2935
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I have used hot peppers to drown out the taste of some chicken hotdogs before - that's all my father would buy. He would also buy canned mackerel to be made like tuna salad.
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The only way to eat chicken is fried baked or in some sort of soup.
I feel the same way about ground turkey.
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I have made some mighty fine chicken leg quarters on the grill, especially over a wood fire. I slow-cook them for hours.
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I have made some mighty fine chicken leg quarters on the grill, especially over a wood fire. I slow-cook them for hours.
Well of course the grill or BBQ.
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The only way to eat chicken is fried baked or in some sort of soup.
I feel the same way about ground turkey.
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I just finished an amazing Chicken and Portabella Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo.
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I like to season breast tenders with a little EVOO and a liberal dose of Strawberrys BBQ seasoning and let them rest for several hours in a gallon ziplock in the fridge. Then before cooking I wrap each with a slice of Hatfields thin sliced bacon and then rub a small amount of brown sugar on the bacon.
Grill them on the Weber kettle with a little soaked hickory chunks away from direct heat for about 15 min and then move them closer to over the coals to finish them off and get the bacon just right. I also like a sliver of jalapeño wrapped between the chicken and bacon and instead of brown sugar sprinkle with a little garlic powder.
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