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    Pizza Hut introduces hot dog stuffed crust pizza in the U.K.

    This gives new meaning to the pizza dog.

    Pizza Hut, the company that first brought us the stuffed crust pizza, has created new hot dog-stuffed crust that made it’s debut this week in the United Kingdom.

    According to Pizza Hut the concoction is: “Succulent hot dog sausage bursting from our famous stuffed crust, with a FREE Mustard Drizzle,” it wrote on its website.
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    I hope it's actually more of a sausage and less of a generic hot dog. Sausage would be cool, the same can't be said for hot dog.
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    Knowing the Brits, it's probably some blood sausage/tripe/haggis type concoction.
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    I pretty much agree with Ducky, although I think hotdog could be good, except it would have to have a natural type casing, like all-beef Viennas or Hebrew National, to give the 'dog that snap when you bite it. It could almost be like a pretzel-wrapped 'dog. Nothing worse than a hot dog that's just mush all the way through.

    What can I say...I'm from Chicago so I have high standards for my hot dogs. While I love a good chardog, nothing beats one boiled or steamed. With peppers, relish, tomatos, and a pickle spear. And mustard...NO KETCHUP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 121Traffic View Post
    I pretty much agree with Ducky, although I think hotdog could be good, except it would have to have a natural type casing, like all-beef Viennas or Hebrew National, to give the 'dog that snap when you bite it. It could almost be like a pretzel-wrapped 'dog. Nothing worse than a hot dog that's just mush all the way through.

    What can I say...I'm from Chicago so I have high standards for my hot dogs. While I love a good chardog, nothing beats one boiled or steamed. With peppers, relish, tomatos, and a pickle spear. And mustard...NO KETCHUP!

    Where's bird1 to back me on this??
    I'll back you on that - I love Chicago dogs and don't have them nearly as often as I'd like. Many years ago Wendy's used to have a Chicago dog on their menu and it was surprisingly close to the real thing.




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    I don't know that I've actually had a real Chicago dog, but I'm picky about what I put on. For me, there's no other way to eat one than either steamed or boiled with chili, onions and mustard on a gently steamed bun.
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    A hotdog only needs ketchup. Nothing else unless you are adding chili and nacho cheese...mmmm.





























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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttercup View Post
    I'll back you on that - I love Chicago dogs and don't have them nearly as often as I'd like. Many years ago Wendy's used to have a Chicago dog on their menu and it was surprisingly close to the real thing.
    Sonic has them around here, along with coney dogs and some other local types. They look good on the commercial, even have the poppy seed buns, but I'm afraid that they'll use cheap-o mushy hot dogs, which would ruin it for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 121Traffic View Post
    I pretty much agree with Ducky, although I think hotdog could be good, except it would have to have a natural type casing, like all-beef Viennas or Hebrew National, to give the 'dog that snap when you bite it. It could almost be like a pretzel-wrapped 'dog. Nothing worse than a hot dog that's just mush all the way through.

    What can I say...I'm from Chicago so I have high standards for my hot dogs. While I love a good chardog, nothing beats one boiled or steamed. With peppers, relish, tomatos, and a pickle spear. And mustard...NO KETCHUP!

    Where's bird1 to back me on this??
    backing ya here too

    Vienna, Hebrew, or Wimmers would rate high on my list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgg View Post
    A hotdog only needs ketchup. Nothing else unless you are adding chili and nacho cheese...mmmm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 121Traffic View Post
    Sonic has them around here, along with coney dogs and some other local types. They look good on the commercial, even have the poppy seed buns, but I'm afraid that they'll use cheap-o mushy hot dogs, which would ruin it for me.
    The ones here are actually pretty good and fairly close to the real thing , even has sports peppers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IMGreat101 View Post
    backing ya here too

    Vienna, Hebrew, or Wimmers would rate high on my list.

    Chicago? You best have some Eli's Cheesecake too!
    And crab cakes from Heaven on Seven, followed by some deep dish from Lou Malnati's. Yeah, it's a chain of sorts, but I cant get enough of that place when I go home.

    For hot dogs, it's a tie between Fluky's and Portillos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 121Traffic View Post
    And crab cakes from Heaven on Seven, followed by some deep dish from Lou Malnati's. Yeah, it's a chain of sorts, but I cant get enough of that place when I go home.

    For hot dogs, it's a tie between Fluky's and Portillos.
    I LOVE Heaven on Seven and Portillo's, I almost always get the Italian beef sandwich (dipped, and with hot peppers) at Portillo's.

    The coney island hot dog that Detroit is known for is a good one. It has to be a natural casing hot dog, topped with chili, mustard, and onions. On my last trip to MI, I brought back retail packages of the chili and hot dogs so I can make them here.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain America View Post
    The ones here are actually pretty good and fairly close to the real thing , even has sports peppers.
    I had one at a Sonic in FL and it was pretty good. The NY dog was good too, and the coney dog was okay but it didn't come close to the Detroit coney dog.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttercup View Post
    I had one at a Sonic in FL and it was pretty good. The NY dog was good too, and the coney dog was okay but it didn't come close to the Detroit coney dog.

    This is the best place in the Baton Rouge area for dogs. The owner, like 121Traffic , is a displaced Chicagoan. I know this surprises you but I think I've tried at least one of everything on the menu.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain America View Post
    This is the best place in the Baton Rouge area for dogs. The owner, like 121Traffic , is a displaced Chicagoan. I know this surprises you but I think I've tried at least one of everything on the menu.

    You've tried everything on the menu? No way!!

    It looks like an awesome place!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain America View Post
    This is the best place in the Baton Rouge area for dogs. The owner, like 121Traffic , is a displaced Chicagoan. I know this surprises you but I think I've tried at least one of everything on the menu.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jks9199 View Post
    In how many visits?
    I'm planning on a second visit in the near future.
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