June 27, 2016
Dinner, Lunch, Beef,
Dairy, Cheese, Vegetables, Cabbage, New England, North American, 5 Ingredients Or Less, Easy/Beginner Cooking, Game/Sports Day, July 4th, Picnic, Weeknight Meals, No Eggs, Salad Dressing, Sandwiches more
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"Almost everything about this hot dog recipe screams "NEW YORK CITY" loudly & it was found @ realsimpledotcom coincidentally the day after I signed up for Culinary Quest #3 = Pretty good timing in my book. The most popular "restaurant" in Iceland is a hot dog stand w/a serious imagination, so we can appreciate a good hot dog. A bit of hot dog trivia: Iceland packages hot dogs 10 per pk. Guess what? Iceland also packages their hot dog buns 10 per pk. Radically logical thinking IMO. ENJOY the NYC version. When the Quest visits Iceland, I'll share the most popular Icelandic version. :-)"
Cook the hot dogs according to the pkg directions.
Split & toast (or grill) the buns.
Put a hot dog in ea bun. Dividing equally, top w/the sauerkraut, cheese & dressing.
Get in line for another serving. I know I would. :-)
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