Every once in a while I enjoy a good hot dog, boiled or BBQ style on a bun. And for toppings I enjoy raw onions, mustard, and sauerkraut. A side of fries and a coke. How about you? How do you like your hot dogs?
I take your point, they are hardly the choicest cuts. That said there is something laudable about the idea of 'nose to tail' cookery in which no part of the animal is wasted. That used to be the case here in the UK where cuts of meat were routinely consumed which today have sadly gone out of fashion. My wife has containers of pig blood in the freezer which she uses for cookery and she is partial to pig trotter, pigs cheek, pigs ears, chickens feet and all manner of other delicacies, none of which will ever be on my plateThe expression "we use everything but the squeal" is probably true for hot dogs. I'll have to pass.
I like my hot dogs just like you do. Prefer deli mustard to regular mustard. But if there is only regular mustard available. It's going on my hot dog.Every once in a while I enjoy a good hot dog, boiled or BBQ style on a bun. And for toppings I enjoy raw onions, mustard, and sauerkraut. A side of fries and a coke. How about you? How do you like your hot dogs?
They are big in AZ.Have you heard of a hot dog called the Sonoran Hot Dog? That is my absolute favorite hot dog. It's a Char-grilled, bacon-wrapped hot dog with mustard, mayo, pinto beans, grilled and fresh onions, diced tomatoes, jalapeño salsa, crema, avocado, and shredded cheese on a semi-sweet, torta-bread-like hot dog bun. Amazing and out of this world.
That's on my short list of last meals.Also like a mustard, onion, chilli, cheese dog too.