Being half-Korean, I guess the answer is yes. Except we wouldn’t use Dachshunds, not enough meat on the l’il yappers.
How do you get it to sit still while you jab it with a weiner roasting stick?
Actually, in Korea, we prefer to steam our hot dogs…keeps the juicy goodness in.
AWWWWWWWWW!!! How CUTE! A new puppy?
I need mustard, onions, sauerkraut, and beans! And I like mine grilled, with the casing still on it!
And remembe Cecil told us to never put ketchup on your dogs…
I hope that’s going to be filleted, 'cause I don’t want to be crunching on any bones. Oh, and can I get cheese on mine? Dogs love cheese.
I like them cut up into little pieces and deep fried, like Mom makes her pheasant - I can send her the recipe if you like, Rysdad
Not really relevant to this post, but since I’m currently living in the land of the dog-eaters (kanine’s that is), I thought I’d post.
Daschunds are not eaten anywhere in the world that I know of. The most commonly eaten dog (actually, the only dog I know to be eaten) is especially bred here in China and has a distinct black tongue. It’s usually a pretty fat little thing, killed and eaten before it’s completely mature.
Recipes and methods of pre-death preparation do vary however. But what I have described is the “norm” in kanine eating.
Being a vegitarian I have never tried it, nor do I indulge in hot dogs. Just felt like posting a little snippet of information on something I actually know about, as apposed to most other things which I know nothing about.
G. Raven Johnson
“Raven is my middle name”
1.) Cheese dog grilled using charcoal. No bun, no condiments.
2.) Chicago Dog
3.) With Secret Stadium Sauce
4.) Lambeau dog… plain but that little foil wrapper has amazing powers to make a dog extra good…or maybe it’s the beer.
VIKINGS FANS EAT THEIR PETS!!!
…topped with cheese scraped from the Metrodome carpet.