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Spicy/brown mustard
90
35.43%
Yellow mustard
134
52.76%
Mayonnaise
28
11.02%
Ketchup
107
42.13%
Onions
143
56.30%
Cheese
86
33.86%
Chili
116
45.67%
Sriracha/Chili sauce
13
5.12%
Salsa
8
3.15%
Nothing
6
2.36%
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How do you take your hot dog?

Old 08-29-2018, 01:41 PM
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Default How do you take your hot dog?

What condiments do you put on your hot dog?

I like multiple toppings: brown/spicy mustard, relish and onions.

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mustard and relish

ketchup and onions

From 7/11 - the light green sweet relish and the cheese that usually spits out a cheese plug to unclog the nozzle and onions

never ketchup and mustard

if at home, and its cold out.....chili/cheese/onions/jalapenos
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Relish is a must
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If I don't have any chili around then its brown mustard and relish.
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Damnit. Forgot relish in the poll. How can I edit the choices? Agree relish is a great condiment.
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I like putting mustard on my wiener.
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Around here, slaw is common. Not for me, but it is common
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Chili with beans
Sauerkraut
Spicy Mustard
Ketchup
Cheese
Bacon wrapped

oh, and boiled in beer before hitting the grill for a good charring

Well, just figured out what's for dinner!
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Originally Posted by bills106 View Post
Chili with beans
Sauerkraut
Spicy Mustard
Ketchup
Cheese
Bacon wrapped

Well, just figured out what's for dinner!

This guy know's his dogs!
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I eat them in all different variations. My go to anywhere would be Chili/Cheese.
Had a hot dog trailer near my boat that has the best Chili/Cheese hot dogs. Spicy chili, pepper jack cheese... give me a few of them, sit on the boat and enjoy!!
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Years ago I was living in Wilmington, NC and my job took me to Burgaw, NC once a week. Before I-40 so it was up HWY 117.

Stopped by Pauls Place on the way in the morning for 3 hot dogs, ketchup and their home made relish, plus a MtDew for breakfast.

Eat lunch in Burgaw, then stop back by Pauls Place on the way home.

Four hot dogs, ketchup and relish and MtDew for dinner.

I was younger then and could eat all I wanted. Not so much anymore.
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Originally Posted by bugnut View Post
I like putting mustard on my wiener.
Poor dog. Does he/she sit still for you or do you have to chase him/her around with squirt bottle?
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Chili with beans
Sauerkraut
Spicy Mustard
Ketchup
Cheese
Bacon wrapped

oh, and boiled in beer before hitting the grill for a good charring

Well, just figured out what's for dinner!
Sauerkraut is strictly reserved for German sausages; bratwurst and knockwurst, but not frankfurters.
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Originally Posted by Locke N Load View Post
Poor dog. Does he/she sit still for you or do you have to chase him/her around with squirt bottle?

Sauerkraut is strictly reserved for German sausages; bratwurst and knockwurst, but not frankfurters.
Not when you're the first born from German immigrants! Sauerkraut goes on or beside everything, especially the kraut from jars Oma had buried in the backyard!
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Originally Posted by Locke N Load View Post
Poor dog. Does he/she sit still for you or do you have to chase him/her around with squirt bottle?

Sauerkraut is strictly reserved for German sausages; bratwurst and knockwurst, but not frankfurters.
I don’t have a dog.
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Chili slaw dog with any mustard and ketchup.
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Different each time.
I agree, need pickle relish on the list

Mayo on a dog is GROSS. So is sauerkraut
I get the sauerkraut on a polish sausage cause heck, you need the fiber and the junk to help digestion, but still it is nasty.
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You forgot sweet relish! I always dress a hot dog with ketchup (catsup), yellow mustard and sweet relish.
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Grilled on the burnt side.
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Yellow mustard, relish
or
Yellow mustard, sauerkraut and onion

If I'm going through Chicago airport, a Chicago dog, too many toppings to list
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Chili and slaw and a little mustard.


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