Grilled Hot Dogs 101 by the BBQ Pit Boys

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49 replies
  1. Irish Stew
    Irish Stew says:

    You do not need to cook hotdogs, because they are already cooked at the "factory" as a paart of their processing, before packaging. A true fact, folks. Look it up!

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  2. George Martin
    George Martin says:

    Gotta disagree with the topping choices. The dogs taste so much better with a hard roll or poppyseed bun. Adding sport peppers and celery salt make your 3/10 dogs to an 8 of 10.

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  3. Maximillian Osaben
    Maximillian Osaben says:

    I'm a simple plain dog kind of guy. If you can't be satisfied with that alone at least to start with (nothing wrong with toppings), then you're missing the best part. Butter sounds like a damn good touch though.

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  4. RVguy
    RVguy says:

    I agree with using only the three basic ingredients (mustard, relish and onions) but how about caramelized onions?
    I also like to butter my hot dog buns and toast them lightly on the grill. IMHO, the best way to make a hot dog is
    to adhere to KISS . . . Keep It Simple Stupid.

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