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Old 05-03-2019, 09:50 AM   #1
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The most serious of questions...

The park started filling up for the weekend yesterday, so last night we had a potluck kinda get together with burgers, hot dogs, etc. Everything was great until the condiments came out. Holy crow, the debate that ensued! I will not share my opinion on this, as I don't want to sway anyone's input.

Is mayonnaise an acceptable condiment for hot dogs?
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No. Not on my dog.
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Old 05-03-2019, 10:52 AM   #4
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hmmm. Mayo on burgers, yes. On dogs, no.
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Old 05-03-2019, 10:56 AM   #5
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My Chicago roots say absolutely NOT! Ketchup/Catsup is off limits too!!
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Old 05-28-2019, 05:39 PM   #6
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My Chicago roots say absolutely NOT! Ketchup/Catsup is off limits too!!
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Mustard, chili, cheese and onions on mine please.
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Mayo AND honey mustard. Along with onions, shredded Mex cheese, and Wickles relish. And sometimes chili when really doing it up right.
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Old 05-03-2019, 01:02 PM   #9
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In the south they like cole slaw. They're on the menu as a slaw dog. I guess they like their mayo in a different forum.
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Never heard of or thought to put mayo on my dog!!! only mustard and onions. LOL
Sometimes i eat them straight off the grill nakid LOL
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Never tried mayo on a hot dog - but why not. I like Miracle Whip better (which is ALWAYS good for a DW discussion on my eating habits. Hot dogs NEED yellow muctard, onions, spicy meat sauce and cheese along with some kraut to be good. The two I had for lunch were just cheese and mustard with a bit of relish, but maybe some mayo on the next. Never ketchup/catsup though the DW ruins her doggies that way.

I will put mayo or Miracle Whip and lettuce on a peanut butter sandwich. Or banana. Or bacon. Or onion Or all at once. Elvis liked banana and bacon on his PB sandwich which I believe he must have copied from me
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Dave,
Mine ruins hers with the red stuff too, but I love her anyway!
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Mine ruins hers with the red stuff too, but I love her anyway!

I just accept her New Jersey upbringing and try not to influence her with my Michigan eating habit sensibilities. I wouldn't know what to do without her though
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There is no right or wrong here - its all personal taste.

My favorite:
Sonoran hot dog is a style of hot dog popular in Tucson and elsewhere in southern Arizona. It originated in Hermosillo, the capital of the Mexican state of Sonora, in the late 1980s. It consists of a hot dog that is wrapped in bacon and grilled, served on a bolillo-style hot dog bun, and topped with pinto beans, onions, tomatoes, and a variety of additional condiments, often including mayonnaise, mustard, and jalapeŮo salsa.
The Sonoran hot dog is prepared and sold by vendors called "dogueros" at street carts.
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For us way down here in the south land it’s mustang onions chilly and sometimes slaw. Yes we do drink sweet tea. I know people up in the frozen north land wouldn’t eat a hot dog like that or drink sweet tea.

I understand that in Georgia if a restaurant serves unsweet tea by law they must serve sweet tea.

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For us way down here in the south land itís mustang onions chilly and sometimes slaw. Yes we do drink sweet tea. I know people up in the frozen north land wouldnít eat a hot dog like that or drink sweet tea.

I understand that in Georgia if a restaurant serves unsweet tea by law they must serve sweet tea.

Isnít all the difference in parts of our country wonderful?
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For us way down here in the south land itís mustang onions chilly and sometimes slaw. Yes we do drink sweet tea. I know people up in the frozen north land wouldnít eat a hot dog like that or drink sweet tea.

I understand that in Georgia if a restaurant serves unsweet tea by law they must serve sweet tea.

Isnít all the difference in parts of our country wonderful?
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I we were any farther north we would be in Canada and that is my hot dog complete with sweet tea. I may have spent to much time in the south.
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