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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul "Happy" Gilmore View Post
    when you come to Seattle you'll find the street venders at all the ball games selling dogs the way I've described. Try it at your next BBQ- btw- onions must be grilled.
    If you can get it at a (baseball) park, it's probably okay...
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    I like Dutch cheese
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09KL2HUXE6Q

    Anyway ,like a I was saying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luvalab View Post
    I refuse to believe you are from TN.
    I'm not really... SC... But lived in Alaska for 21 years and WA state for 5 before coming here 5 years ago. But lots of Midwesterners on my dads side of the family. Michiganders. Then I went and married a girl from NW Ohio the first time around... Anyway, my grandmother on my dads side was a true Midwestern cook. Meat and potatoes, not much spices. I grew up in her home. Now I'm married to a girl from Texas who likes to put flame on everything she eats! She has toned it down a little out of pity for me...
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    Flying to Oxford MS a few years ago from Grand Cayman. We were forced by weather to put in to Tallahassee for the night. Got a room and asked the desk clerk where to eat. "Why catfish camp, across the road", he replied. Showered and changed, the five sunburned boys wandered across the road to the catfish camp restaurant.
    "What's the special"? we inquired of our waitress.
    "Catfish", she replied,"and shrimp".
    "Whats that come with?" I asked.
    She looked us over and dipped her head, "cheese grits...." (Now I'm not a southern boy, but I've had some grits a few times, but not with cheese.) So I asked, "Cheese grits...what are those like"?
    Well, she looked at us five sunburned boys, flying home from the Caribbean and said, "Oh....kinda like a yeast infection."
    Well, we had five specials and flew home the next day.

    It's the cheesist regards....JD

    PS If that doesn't kill this thread....??
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    Butter in a cast iron pan. StArt adding slices of cheddar. Fry till crispy and put on hot garlic bread

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    That's just an rtf observation and suggestion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul "Happy" Gilmore View Post
    cream cheese, onion and sauerkraut on a dog. mmmmmm
    Large women with bad breath and gas come to mind, well anyway if that's how you like them enjoy, who am I to judge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvalab View Post
    I am trying to keep an open mind, but cream cheese belongs on a bagel, or a jelly sandwich (white bread).

    Hot dog: Yellow mustard only, Gulden's is best, but French's is fine as well. Sweet pickle relish is acceptable on a poor-quality dog.

    I confess I may need some education and practice on the Chicago dog; I will keep an open mind until I can spend some quality time with a dog-loving native. I hear there could be piccalilly (sp) involved.
    Oh Greta, you can't stifle your palate like that. A good old fashion skin on dog with mustard,chilli ( no beans ) onions, black pepper,,,,,,,,,,,,tough to beat a good Coney Island.
    Last edited by Golddogs; 07-09-2013 at 03:59 PM. Reason: brain fart on post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn White View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09KL2HUXE6Q

    Anyway ,like a I was saying.


    Any of youse remember Eggs?
    Last edited by road kill; 07-09-2013 at 01:23 PM.
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