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Kelsea says ...
I love hotdogs with jalepenos and queso fresco. Delish!
05/13/2010 1:07:06 PM CDT
Deborah says ...
My favorite? Homemade pimento cheese, chopped onion, spicy mustard, then topped with beanless chili!
05/13/2010 1:08:55 PM CDT
Kyleen Stoebenau says ...
I top my dog with Mustard, Relish, chopped onions and chopped tomatoes on a regular white warm bun! The best.
05/13/2010 1:22:42 PM CDT
Kathy says ...
Chicago style - the only way to go! Mustard, onions, tomato, pickle, celery salt, and best of all - sport peppers!
05/13/2010 1:25:53 PM CDT
heather young says ...
pinto beans...green chilis...mustard...diced tomato...diced onions...light spray of mayo!!!!
05/13/2010 2:02:19 PM CDT
sara says ...
The best dog has nothing on it. If I am feeling spicy I will have sauteed onions and/or branston pickle.
05/13/2010 2:10:09 PM CDT
Kathleen Weber-Combs says ...
I love my dog topped with tomato diced,ketchup,yellow mustard,white onion,sweet relish and of course char-grilled! awesome topped with salt and pepper.
05/13/2010 2:22:53 PM CDT
stuart hammerle says ...
I love hot dogs with mustard, relish, catsup, minced onions and sauerkraut on top.
05/13/2010 2:30:42 PM CDT
Niva says ...
To start: a Field Roast Smoked Apple Sage Sausage w/ a toasted potato hot dog bun topped with fried onions and ketchup and a garlic aoili YUMMOs
05/13/2010 2:42:13 PM CDT
Laura H. says ...
BEST Dog has lots of Ketchup, lots of Relish, Tomatoes and Extra Pickles...from the grill with lots of grill marks
05/13/2010 2:42:53 PM CDT
Helene says ...
Onion, mustard, and sauerkraut. Using a tortilla instead of a bun allows for more toppings.
05/13/2010 2:47:51 PM CDT
vincent dorio says ...
hot chili and bleu cheese!and a cold beer
05/13/2010 2:48:22 PM CDT
Judy Turner says ...
Slice the dog downt the middle and put a piece of American cheese in the slit and add some yellow mustard. Good stuff!
05/13/2010 2:50:39 PM CDT
Karen Boehnke says ...
Homemade spicy beef chili, sharp cheddar cheese, and onions.
05/13/2010 3:01:29 PM CDT
Carolyn Long says ...
I love mustard, ketchup, relish, chopped tomatoes, chopped cucumber and chopped onion.
05/13/2010 3:06:36 PM CDT
Andy Schmidt says ...
It all starts with the meat! 50/50 beef and pork is my favorite, with natural hog casings. Huge dog (at least 5/1 I prefer 4/1) It needs to be cooked on a hickory wood chip grill so that the outside skin is golden brown. Then you butterfly the dog and grill it again so all four sides get crispy. This also provides more space for the toppings!! Now I can talk about the toppings. I make a fantastic purple cabbage slaw that goes on first. Then I add grated aged Swiss cheese with freshly chopped purple onions over the cheese. I then dribble Guldens spicy mustard over top, not too much because it takes away the taste of the slaw. Almost forgot the roll. It has to be a J.J. pretzel dog roll that this mouth watering dog fits into.
05/13/2010 3:12:24 PM CDT
Helen M says ...
Sauerkraut and grainy mustard!
05/13/2010 3:27:08 PM CDT
CKirk says ...
I will only eat mention Applegate Farms Chicken dogs. I love them grilled over a fire, with a whole wheat bun, and ketchup, grilled onions and peppers.....yum....... I want one now!
05/13/2010 3:36:25 PM CDT
Omar says ...
My favorite toppings(all organic)would be: A tbs of ketchup, tbs of mustard, tbs of relish, and half a cup of sliced onions.(I love onions) :D
05/13/2010 4:18:20 PM CDT
Veronica Kave says ...
My favorite way: Just like you said! Ketchup, mustard, relish!
05/13/2010 4:33:16 PM CDT
Jaime says ...
I have spent many northern summers eating nothing but hotdogs on a grill or roasted on a stick over a campfire. Sometimes all you have is mustard, which is great by itself, but I prefer Ketchup, Mustard, Relish, and Onion.
05/13/2010 4:38:39 PM CDT
Amanda says ...
You forgot buffalo hot dogs. They are fantastic!!!
05/13/2010 4:45:04 PM CDT
Thomas says ...
Homemade ketchup, diced onions and a dash of Tabasco, yum.
05/13/2010 4:56:51 PM CDT
Amy says ...
I love my hot dogs sweet! I do carmelized onions that I slowly sautee with some whiskey, butter and a sprinkle of brown sugar, add in some thin slices of apples to the pan at the last minute for them to soak op the flavor but keep the crunch. Then quickly whip up a roasted bell pepper aioli (jarred roasted red bell peppers, minced garlic, mayonnaise & a dash of smoked paprika all mixed together in my mini food processor) and spread a generous layer on the slightly toasted bun. Heaven!
05/13/2010 5:13:12 PM CDT
Veronica Kave says ...
My favorite non-traditional way: covered with Sweet Spirit, a hot-sweet barbeque sauce made by a local company, kinda like Tiger sauce but thicker. Then add sauteed onions and a long thick slice of cheddar cheese, all on a whole wheat bun. Maximum yum!
05/13/2010 5:26:26 PM CDT

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