- Dec 6, 2004
That is false, and not a hot dog.
you ruined it with yellow mustard already.That is false, and not a hot dog.
A hot dog is 100% pure all beef frankfurter on a poppy-seed bun.
The toppings, condiments (important) are: yellow mustard, diced white onion, sweet pickle relish (neon relish, or sweet relish with mint), sport peppers (usually 2 or 3 of them), tomatoes, a big kosher dill pickle spear, and some celery salt.
If you add ketchup, then it is completely ruined. A proper hot dog, steamed to perfection and dragged through the garden is indeed "good food", not good as in "healthy" but good as in "tasty and filling" ....
:colbert:Most mustards, to my knowledge, use flour as a thickening agent.
I could heat water so I certainly could have made real coffee. Basically have no right to complain, except that we had many other issues so improving the coffee fell rapidly to the bottom of the list during that time.The (Black?)Silk isn't bad. That and Maxwell House dark roast are on my short list when getting run of the mill coffee.