View Poll Results: Is a hot dog a sandwich?

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  1. #2176

    Re: Is a hot dob a sandwich?

    Quote Originally Posted by HelloNewman View Post
    Absolutely. I'll even dip french fries in mustard if no ketchup available. I am a mustard addict. Sadly there is no Mustard Anonymous so I'm afraid it's going to be a downward spiral for me.

    Yes! Dipping fries in mustard is no different than slathering a knish with mustard (the only way to have one).

    These days, I prefer plain yellow mustard to any of the fancy variety. Love the tang and takes me back to my childhood.

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    Re: Is a hot dob a sandwich?

    Quote Originally Posted by luis pecorino View Post
    Yes! Dipping fries in mustard is no different than slathering a knish with mustard (the only way to have one).

    These days, I prefer plain yellow mustard to any of the fancy variety. Love the tang and takes me back to my childhood.
    To you'ze peoplez with yer non-conforming wayz, here are da rules:

    CATSUP/KETCHUP:
    Hamburgers
    Freedom Fries
    Onion Rings

    There are no other possible uses for catsup/ketchup, than as stated directly above.

    MUSTARD:
    Hot Dibbity Dobs
    Tater Knishes
    Meat Sandwiches, such as grilled chicken, corned beef, pastrami, etc.

    I use the spicy brown mustard for hot dobs and tater knishes. For meat sandwiches, I use either this or honey mustard. I have no use for the bright yellow mustard (whose only purpose in life is to irreparably stain my dress shirts).
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  3. #2178

    Re: Is a hot dob a sandwich?

    Is a corn dob a sandwich? Currently I'm enjoying one with ketchup (die mad about it, muggs) and dill pickles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlw1980 View Post
    Is a corn dob a sandwich? Currently I'm enjoying one with ketchup (die mad about it, muggs) and dill pickles.
    Seriously? Of course a corn dob is not a sandwich, and itís perfectly acceptable to put ketchup on it.

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    Re: Is a hot dob a sandwich?

    Quote Originally Posted by jlw1980 View Post
    Is a corn dob a sandwich? Currently I'm enjoying one with ketchup (die mad about it, muggs) and dill pickles.
    I had my annual corndog with honey mustard this year. It was great!
    Let the kids play.

  6. #2181

    Re: Is a hot dob a sandwich?

    Quote Originally Posted by JL25and3 View Post
    Seriously? Of course a corn dob is not a sandwich, and itís perfectly acceptable to put ketchup on it.
    It's enclosed in corn bread. BREAD.

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    Re: Is a hot dob a sandwich?



    https://www.1011now.com/content/news...563173161.html

    LINCOLN, Neb. -- A Lincoln woman is being charged with felony child abuse and terroristic threats after an argument that started over hot dogs, according to documents filed in Lancaster County Court.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlw1980 View Post
    It's enclosed in corn bread. BREAD.
    I just saw this. No, itís not enclosed in corn bread. Itís coated with corn meal batter and then fried.

  9. #2184

    Re: Is a hot dob a sandwich?

    Quote Originally Posted by JL25and3 View Post
    I just saw this. No, itís not enclosed in corn bread. Itís coated with corn meal batter and then fried.
    It took you over a month to respond to that?

    It's still bread and I'll fight you.

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