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Not Quite A Ripper

Postby Sailor Kenshin » Thu May 02, 2019 1:43 pm

What with cold, wind, rain, putting up tents, getting a slab leak fixed, and picking pieces of my car outta the road, we haven't done much grillin OR chillin' lately.

But a new supermarket opened, and we saw a store brand package of 'Cheddarwurst,' smoked sausages with cheese inside. Couldn't resist bringing them home. Charred them black on the Weber Mini-Q gas rig, served with onyawn, dill relish, and more chez (underneath, so unseen), mustard and a side salad with some green things in it.

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They were pretty good! But we need a better Sausage Delivery System; everything falls out of the bun.
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Postby Joernolav » Thu May 02, 2019 2:09 pm

I think they look great and would loved to try one. Cheesedogs are great.

Here's how I do it when I have a lot of sauce/topping. Put the sausage in the bun, add sauce and topping(s). Then, place lompe on top, folded tight around the toppings, Sausage and the bun. You lock everything in place. Lompe is a potatocake, must not be mistaken for a tortilla, which probably can be used but it is thicker and more "doughy" than lompe.

Came over this cool article about how to eat hot dogs:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/anewlifein ... lompe/amp/

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Re: Not Quite A Ripper

Postby OldUsedParts » Thu May 02, 2019 6:04 pm

One thing fo sho is dem dawgs will definitely RIP yer hunger pains out of the tum tum :tup: :cheers: :chef:
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Re: Not Quite A Ripper

Postby Professor Bunky » Fri May 03, 2019 10:41 am

That's a good idea, Joe. Thanks.
I'm not sure if we can find lompe around here, but we could try an alternative.
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Postby bsooner75 » Fri May 03, 2019 11:00 am

I guarantee I’d eat a couple of those


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Re: Not Quite A Ripper

Postby woodenvisions » Sat May 04, 2019 4:45 am

Sailor & PB...

First I'll say that maybe Rutts Hut should follow your lead here because even tho they weren't fried in oil, they sure resemble one that was and they look awesome. As I said last year, Rutts seems to be in a " rutt " , more like a gutter actually

May I suggest something to help with the " delivery " system ?

You can look for " Brioche " Hot Dog Buns.
They are more $$ but well worth it because they hold up way better with toppings, especially soggy toppings.
You can also run a knife down the center of your weiner " ouch " to create a holding pocket as well.
Also, you could try going the Jimmy Bluff route , known as Jimmy Buffs....no...not Jimmy Buffet Emm Lololol.
Sliced Italian Pizza Bread aka Pita Pockets make for Excellent Hot Dog Roll replacements.
Lastly, when I used to own my Sabrett Cart Business, I came across our local Bakery up here in Pee A and the owner suggested trying his Pretzell Hot Dog Buns.
If you can find them, buy stock in them because they are hands down your best tasting option !!

Again, great looking Doggies right here
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Postby Sailor Kenshin » Sat May 04, 2019 9:02 am

Thanks, WV...I might wanna try the pita pocket route. How do you cut them, into two flat disks or half-a-disc?

We didn't want to slash these before cooking; enough of the internally loaded chez leaked out as it is. :laughing7:
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Postby Boots » Sat May 04, 2019 10:55 am

Great lookin dog. Love the char. The big burrito size flour tortillas would work well.
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Re: Not Quite A Ripper

Postby woodenvisions » Sat May 04, 2019 8:41 pm

Sailor Kenshin wrote:Thanks, WV...I might wanna try the pita pocket route. How do you cut them, into two flat disks or half-a-disc?

We didn't want to slash these before cooking; enough of the internally loaded chez leaked out as it is. :laughing7:
You cut the Pita directly in half so it looks like a half circle or a half moon then stuff em...

I've actually tried to duplicate Jimmy Buffs Pitas last year and I was totally shocked how close I got them as far as taste and looks. A good Pita for any type of hotdog is hard to beat.
I can share an easy as pie recipe for Pitas if you like.
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Re: Not Quite A Ripper

Postby Sailor Kenshin » Sun May 05, 2019 9:18 am

woodenvisions wrote:
Sailor Kenshin wrote:Thanks, WV...I might wanna try the pita pocket route. How do you cut them, into two flat disks or half-a-disc?

We didn't want to slash these before cooking; enough of the internally loaded chez leaked out as it is. :laughing7:
You cut the Pita directly in half so it looks like a half circle or a half moon then stuff em...

I've actually tried to duplicate Jimmy Buffs Pitas last year and I was totally shocked how close I got them as far as taste and looks. A good Pita for any type of hotdog is hard to beat.
I can share an easy as pie recipe for Pitas if you like.


Thanks. Please do! :chef:
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Re: Not Quite A Ripper

Postby woodenvisions » Sun May 05, 2019 6:04 pm

Sailor Kenshin wrote:
woodenvisions wrote:
Sailor Kenshin wrote:Thanks, WV...I might wanna try the pita pocket route. How do you cut them, into two flat disks or half-a-disc?

We didn't want to slash these before cooking; enough of the internally loaded chez leaked out as it is. :laughing7:
You cut the Pita directly in half so it looks like a half circle or a half moon then stuff em...

I've actually tried to duplicate Jimmy Buffs Pitas last year and I was totally shocked how close I got them as far as taste and looks. A good Pita for any type of hotdog is hard to beat.
I can share an easy as pie recipe for Pitas if you like.


Thanks. Please do! :chef:
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Re: Not Quite A Ripper

Postby Joernolav » Fri May 10, 2019 2:28 pm

Professor Bunky wrote:That's a good idea, Joe. Thanks.
I'm not sure if we can find lompe around here, but we could try an alternative.
Had a few wieners for dinner today. Here's a picture of how we do it. Works great with lots of toppings
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