Boring Hot Dogs No More

Transitional Hot Dogs - Playing with food
@Stirtime (269)
United States
January 19, 2009 4:52pm CST
Ever try making hot dogs and if you tell your family it's hot dogs and .... They're like oooo not agian! Hot dogs or no hot dogs, what would your family say?
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@sudalunts (5526)
• United States
19 Jan 09
Hot dogs used to be a cheap meal, not anymore. A pack of hot dogs, consisting of eight dogs, runs about $4.00 or more. If there is a family of five, and each person has two hot dogs, you would have to buy two packs. My husband used to love hot dogs, and now he won't even eat them. I do not buy them much these days because of the price, and he may eat two, and not want anymore, so if I forget to put the uneaten ones in the freezer, they go bad, so I do not even buy them anymore. I thought children never got tired of hot dogs.
@Stirtime (269)
• United States
21 Jan 09
Ok where do you live or what store are you going to? The hot dogs I usually get are hardly ever over $1.65 for a pack of 8-10, are you buying like Hebrew National or one of the higher priced dogs? Have you tried BarS or Hygrade?
@tomford (137)
• Richmond, Virginia
29 May 16
you need sides with your hotdogs and chili. if you get one hotdog and load it up with chili, onions, mustard and maybe some shredded cheese. then you have some french fries, potato tots or onion rings as sides you will have a whole meal. get crinkle cut fries
@conbill (369)
• United States
20 Jan 09
We don't have hotdogs very often unless they have a good sale on them. IGA just had oscarmayer on sale 10 for 10 so I have been creative on how I fix them. Yesterday we had had dogs cut up with peppers and onions in tomato sauce. I served it over rice. A few days ago we had hotdogs wrapped in crescent rolls. I made an omelette with hot dogs in it for breakfast one morning. We had chili dogs one day and beanie weinies another. The other 5 packs are in the freezer waiting for another bout of inspiration.
@Stirtime (269)
• United States
21 Jan 09
I only purchase 3 or 4 packages of hot dogs a month so we don't have them often but when I do, I always purchase the cheapest ones and have not run into one that I didn't like yet. WalMart often has reasonable prices for hot dogs, both national brands and store brands, have you ever tried them?
@lilaclady (28226)
• Australia
19 Jan 09
When I was a kid hotdogs were a treat, I loved them, we used to have little boys with mash as we used to call it, they are little hot doggy things with mashed potato and lots of tomato sauce, these days i like to to mix a bit of hot american mustard in with the tomato sauce, kids usually jump for joy for hot dogs...
@Stirtime (269)
• United States
21 Jan 09
You know it's funny when I was young I can remember eating hot dogs but mostly at cookouts, I am originally from the north east states (Connecticut) and no one had better hot dogs than a place called Frankie's Hot dogs. Buying them was a different story, I loved the Russler's Hot dogs, large dog with a crisp skin when cooked, but can't seem to get them in Illinois where I am now.
@tomford (137)
• Richmond, Virginia
29 May 16
i like hotdogs but in recent months i cant seem to find a decent tasting one anymore. no matter what brand ballpark, nathans, oscar mayer they all seem to not taste like they use to
@ANTIQUELADY (36468)
• United States
24 Jan 09
i like hot dogs every once in awhile. i really like to take them, split them doen the middle , roll them in crescent dinner tolls & bake in the oven. ebver tried them like that?