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Naomi Green says ...
After hearing on an ABC local radio station in Australia. I tried as an alternative to a meat based sausage the use of a peeled barbecued carrot drizzled with maple syrup, topped with the usual barbecued onions, and barbecue sauce. It was positively divine. I even stumped my sister as to what the sausage was made out of. The whole family thought it was delicous including my dad who claims he is a meatatarian. We now instead of calling them Hot Dog ... Wot Dogs cause you can't figure out what it is made of.
05/19/2010 2:36:38 AM CDT
Alice Melcone says ...
Okay....here goes...I top my dog with 365 chipotle suace, chopped avocados, chopped tomatos on a warm and toasty bun.
05/19/2010 7:39:00 AM CDT
Bob Sennett says ...
Dogs need bars -- condiment bars, that is. When I serve hot dogs, I make an artist's palette of toppings: bright yellow mustard, creamy red hot sauce, sweet green peppers, black bean salsa, white sour cream and horseradish -- and let my guests do the painting.
05/19/2010 7:46:43 AM CDT
Claire says ...
I top mine with seeded mustard, sauerkraut, and a generous amount of grated sharp cheddar cheese (have cheese at room temp). The cheddar and sauerkraut go great together!
05/19/2010 7:56:25 AM CDT
Donna Mary Hill says ...
I grill jalapeno peppers and onions on the grill next to my dog. Then I do a rustic dice. Top my dog with the grilled veggies and grated cheddar cheese. It doesn't get any better than this!
05/19/2010 8:05:50 AM CDT
Lyrical Soul says ...
My hot dog is topped with mustard, Chicago bright green relish, bacon, pickled red onions, and sharp cheddar cheese. If there's chili around, and dollop in the middle is just perfect.
05/19/2010 8:22:49 AM CDT
Claude says ...
I top my veggie dog with mustard, ketchup, veggie chili, onions, and pickle relish
05/19/2010 8:22:54 AM CDT
Allison Marr says ...
A recent favorite for topping dogs: Grilled sausages or hot dogs topped with sauerkraut (cooked in dark beer and brown sugar) with caramelized onions and a great mustard.
05/19/2010 8:27:58 AM CDT
Jen says ...
Hot dogs are best with ketchup, a little yellow mustard and a thin slice of dill pickle.
05/19/2010 8:31:08 AM CDT
Sandy Lollo says ...
I top my hot dog with baked beans, ketchup and mustard! Yum.
05/19/2010 8:35:32 AM CDT
Joanna Tousley says ...
I actually don't like hotdogs. BUT there is one exception - a hotdog at a baseball game! And for that it must be drowned with lots of yellow mustard, pickle relish, kraut, onions, but NO ketchup! And somehow that dish is just perfect while sitting in the stadium's bleachers. Of course the best ball game is little league with my grandson playing!
05/19/2010 8:38:52 AM CDT
Jensens says ...
I love the way you put it, "dragged through the garden"! I like mine somewhat like that. I prefer my "dog" with ketchup, mustard, pickle relish, onions, and hot sauce! yum!
05/19/2010 8:49:45 AM CDT
Kim Cage says ...
How I top my turkey dog is by using only the best mustard,Grey PouPon(in my opinion), the sweetest onion, and the freshest relish(homemade recipe). This is the best way to top any dog!
05/19/2010 8:49:48 AM CDT
Monica Stafford says ...
I like to top my hot dog with my homemade baked beans and finely chopped sweet onion.
05/19/2010 8:51:05 AM CDT
Helen Sekits says ...
A store in town serves the best hotdogs on pretzel rolls. I like mine topped with a little mustard,coleslaw, sweet relish and a small bit of onions. Just grand!!
05/19/2010 9:00:05 AM CDT
The Healthy Apple says ...
Topping include lots of organic, homemade relish, spicy mustard and sauerkraut!
05/19/2010 9:05:39 AM CDT
Jeff Olichwier says ...
First of all it is a veggie dog on a sprouted bun... I put dijon mustard and barbecue sauce on the bottom or sides of the bun, I then put sport peppers in the bottom of the bun, if I have some homemade horseradish I also spread some of that on the bun, I then place the hot dog in the bun, after that, I place some sliced tomatoes between the bun and the dog on one side and on the other I place some sliced onions (sometimes they are sliced, sometimes they are diced), on the top of the dog, I sprinkle poppy seeds (since I am using a whole wheat sprouted bun and not the standard poppy seed bun) celery seeds (not celery salt--too much sodium), some garlic powder, saurkraut if I have it and slice of pickle (or sliced fresh cucumber)and green pepper. The order is important to me after years of experimenting it maximizes the stuff staying in the bun, but this is NOT the one-handed dog that they speak of in the article!
05/19/2010 9:06:13 AM CDT
Tommy says ...
A shot of Mayo on the sides, chili, ketchup, onions, homemade coleslaw and homemade chow-chow. Nothing like it!
05/19/2010 9:21:40 AM CDT
precious says ...
I love hot sausages, but because I have changed my eating habits and the quality of food, I now buy the uncured hot dogs from Whole Foods and when I have a taste for that "kick" of a hot sausage, I top my dog with mustard, ketchup and some spicy jalapenos!
05/19/2010 9:23:40 AM CDT
susan troche says ...
I topp my hot dog with Cabot Cheddar from Whole Foods Deli dept., than I use 365 brand organic dijon mustard & pickle relish;)
05/19/2010 9:27:54 AM CDT
Lee-Anne Parsons says ...
I love a grilled hot dog topped with mustard, ketchup and baked beans.
05/19/2010 9:35:43 AM CDT
Ellen says ...
I top my dog with freshly made coleslaw, slices of haas avocado and grainy mustard
05/19/2010 9:42:02 AM CDT
Capt Steve says ...
Grilled, then add nothing but creamy slaw. Darn thats good!!!!
05/19/2010 9:50:13 AM CDT
Marcie Lindner says ...
mmmmm with baked beans and coleslaw - YUM-O!!!!!!
05/19/2010 9:52:02 AM CDT
Mekay Reaves says ...
If I'm in a light mood I like to stick with ketchup mustard and of course red onions but if its a cooler night and I'm really hungry, I have to add some turkey chili and cheese! They are messy but they sure are good.
05/19/2010 9:58:43 AM CDT

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