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    Default Dogs, Cows & Pigs

    Take a hot dog and slice in down the middle but not all the way through
    Cut some wedgie-like pieces of medium to sharp cheddar cheese & put in the sliced dog (jack cheese is good too)
    Wrap those puppies with some good thick bacon to keep the cheese in
    Use a toothpick to keep it all together
    Put them on a baking sheet in the oven at 325 until the cheese starts to melt
    Turn oven on broil 500 to crisp that bacon, roll the dog once to crisp all around

    Put on a bun, eat by itself, good food quick!
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    love to but doc says no

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    Default Re: Dogs, Cows & Pigs

    Quote Originally Posted by OVUS1 View Post
    Take a hot dog and slice in down the middle but not all the way through
    Cut some wedgie-like pieces of medium to sharp cheddar cheese & put in the sliced dog (jack cheese is good too)
    Wrap those puppies with some good thick bacon to keep the cheese in
    Use a toothpick to keep it all together
    Put them on a baking sheet in the oven at 325 until the cheese starts to melt
    Turn oven on broil 500 to crisp that bacon, roll the dog once to crisp all around

    Put on a bun, eat by itself, good food quick!
    Wow OVUS1... Sounds like a heart attack waiting to happen, but I'll try anything ONCE!!!

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    Default Re: Dogs, Cows & Pigs

    You had me at bacon.

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    mmmm...I can feel my arteries hardening just reading about it....baaaaacon.....*drooool*...lol!
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    Hardening?

    What's that??

    Oh my god, I thought I was lubricating my arteries with all that grease!!!

    Next you'll tell me I can't fry it in butter instead of baking in the oven.

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    John if you added butter to that post you would be dropped by your life insurance carrier

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    Default Re: Dogs, Cows & Pigs

    Guess I should have called it "Death in a Blanket" instead?!??!!

    If you REALLY want to be creative, chunk out the toothpicks and use chittlings (hog intestines - look like small rubber bands) to hold it all together and deep fry the damn thing in lard........

    Guzzle down about a gallon of grape kool-aid (add enough sugar to attain the consistancy of maple syrup) and add a fried twinkie dipped in chocolate for dessert.........

    Geez, guess I'll have my attorney put together a disclaimer for my next recipe...........
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    I'm gonna make this Tomorrow.
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    Grape Kool Aid and Grain Alcohol-

    Brings back memories of what we called "purple Jesus" back in the seventies...

    Now what was the topic again???



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    Default Re: Dogs, Cows & Pigs

    Quote Originally Posted by TheCableVine View Post
    You had me at bacon.
    Exactly. I'm definately going to pick the stuff to make these this weekend.

    One of my favorite last minute snacks is to take the mini hot dogs. Wrap them in a half slice of bacon and use a toothpick to hold them together. Set on a cookie sheet and sprinkle a little brown sugar over them and cook at 350 until bacon is done to your liking.

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    Default Re: Dogs, Cows & Pigs

    I tried this yesterday, and it was really good. I modified it slightly. Instead of putting them in a bun, I let them cool after crisping the bacon and wrapped them in cresent roll dough (the one that comes in the can from Pillsbury) and then baked until the outer roll was done. Tasty.
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    Default Re: Dogs, Cows & Pigs

    Quote Originally Posted by OVUS1 View Post
    Take a hot dog and slice in down the middle but not all the way through
    Cut some wedgie-like pieces of medium to sharp cheddar cheese & put in the sliced dog (jack cheese is good too)
    Wrap those puppies with some good thick bacon to keep the cheese in
    Use a toothpick to keep it all together
    Put them on a baking sheet in the oven at 325 until the cheese starts to melt
    Turn oven on broil 500 to crisp that bacon, roll the dog once to crisp all around

    Put on a bun, eat by itself, good food quick!
    Thanks.

    Put it on a bun with chili and catsup... Winner!

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