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      I’m laughing, only because my uncle worked in a processing plant and my

      mother use get hotdogs by the 10 lb boxes! We learnt to get creative

      with those things. I like the idea of freezing them. Just think meat,

      anywhere you can use a meat in..

      Topping for pizza

      Topping for Baked Potatoes

      Stir-Fried Rice



      Have a Hotdog creating contest if your children are old enough (just

      like a chili cookoff, lol)

      Chop for BBQ cocktail weinies

      One of my favorite..Slice em length-wise and make grilled cheese

      sandwiches (we did this with pie-irons at campfires)

      Chop em in scrambled eggs or quiche

      Crab bait on a string for crabbing

      Grilled Kabob meat

      At Halloween we made “Spiders” over a campfire..Cut the ends of each

      hot dog into quarters leaving about 1-1/2 to 2 inches in the middle

      uncut. You want to leave enough uncut to stick the fork in. Roast the

      dogs over the fire or hot coals in a grill. The “legs” will curl out as

      the hot dogs cook. You can also do them in the kitchen at home over a

      stove burner.

      Here’s some cool and different recipes:


      here’s some recipes to get you brainstorming:

      Chili Dog Pizza


      2 cups buttermilk baking mix (such as Bisquick)

      1/2 cup cold water

      1 cup homemade or canned chili

      1 small onion, chopped

      5 frankfurters, thinly sliced

      1 cup shredded cheddar cheese

      Heat oven to 425 degrees. Mix baking mix and water until soft dough

      forms. Roll or pat dough into a 12 inch circle on ungreased cookie

      sheet or pizza pan. Pinch edge of circle, forming a 1/2 inch rim.

      Spread chili over dough; sprinkle with remaining ingredients. Bake

      until crust is golden brown, about 20 minutes.

      Mac and Dogs

      8 ounces uncooked macaroni

      3 tablespoons each butter and flour

      1 3/4 cup milk

      1 cup each cheddar and colby cheeses

      2 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese

      1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce

      1/2 tsp. salt

      1/4 tsp. pepper

      2 all-beef hotdogs cut into 1/4 inch pieces

      Cook macaroni according to package directions; drain. Meanwhile in

      medium pan melt butter over medium heat. Stir in flour; cook 1 minute.

      Gradually stir in milk. Cook until thickened, stirring constantly,

      about 3 minutes. Add cheeses, Worcestershire sauce, salt and

      pepper.Cook and stir until cheese melts. Stir in macaroni and hot dog

      pieces. Serve immediately. Serves 4-6.

      Creole Franks


      5 slices bacon, diced

      1/2 cup chopped onion

      1 cup pineapple juice

      3/4 cup catsup

      1/4 tsp. chili powder

      1/2 tsp. Cajun seasoning (optional)

      12 frankfurters

      Cook bacon, add onion. Brown and drain off fat. Stir in pineapple

      juice, catsup and spices. Score frankfurters diagonally; add to sauce.

      Cover; bring to a boil. Simmer for 8-12 minutes. Serve over rice or

      noodles. 4-6 servings.

      Frankfurters Supreme


      9 frankfurters

      6 medium sized potatoes

      1/4 pound American or Velveeta cheese

      1 cup milk

      prepared mustard to taste


      12 strips bacon

      Cook hotdogs in boiling water for 10 minutes; cut in half lengthwise.

      Place cut side up, on cookie sheet in groups of three. Boil potatoes in

      salted water until done; mash. Melt cheese in hot milk; add to mashed

      potatoes. Add mustard and salt. Pile potatoes on top of hotdogs.

      Partially fry bacon; put two strips on top of each serving. Bake in 350

      degree oven for 15-20 minutes or until heated through. Finish browning

      bacon under broiler. 6 servings.

      Happy Dog Eating!


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