• Same thing here, but add onions, please!
  • I want a Jalapeno Cheddar Kielbasa from Tip Top Meats: Fire grilled, sweet-hot mustard, relish and Chipotle Tabasco sauce. Yum! . . .
  • I like those 1/4 pound Hebrew National hot dogs. I'm not Jewish but kosher dogs are better than normal ones. I'm good with just about anything on them: ketchup, mustard, sauerkraut, onions, chili, mayo, etc.
  • Big, fat chipotle tofu dogs from Yves. They are awesome, and I don't have to think about the dead body parts that went into the grinder.
  • I absolutely won't eat hot dogs, because one time I found what resembled a very small pelvis bone in my hot dog. I've never tried a tofu dog, though now I just might.
  • I'm a Kosher dog person, but only during worthy occasions: baseball games and cookouts. Then it's spicy mustard and sauerkraut.
  • I love well-made hot dogs. Not the regular store bought ones. I never know what's in those. It's like meat parts and chicken or turkey ones have little bones in them. We've found them! Yuck! But there are a couple of places around here in New York that make their own hot dogs. Excellent! I think I may try it, too. Doesn't seem too hard. I do love a natural casing, one with snap.
  • A tofu dog, drowned in spicy mustard (Good, thick mustard, none of that watery American crap), and wrapped in a Peta pocket instead of a conventional bun. The thicker, harder bread of a decent Peta bread allows you to put much more mustard on it without leaving it too soggy and swamped to eat.
  • Only Tofu Dog, as I am a vegetarian. I have been eating them for some time, preparing them myself. I did not know that they had a name.
  • Tofu dog with saurkraut and spicy mustard please.
  • If tofu dogs had a better texture and weren't so expensive, I'd eat them. Till then, I'll suffice with homemade brats marinated in brine, with sauerkraut, mayo, cheese and wrapped in lettuce.

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