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How do you typically cook your franks/weenies, /ck/? Cooked in

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How do you typically cook your franks/weenies, /ck/? Cooked in a pan? Grilled? Boiled in water?

>inb4 microwaved :^)
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>>7096647
Grilled, and slathered in mustard
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>>7096647
On a propane grill almost always.

Detroit, MI

Michigan has, by law, the highest standards of meat content in hot dogs.
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>mfw I used to be so lazy I would microwave them, buns included

Still too lazy to grill them, though, so pan cooking it is.
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fry em in butter, beer, and onions. serve with mustard.
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Grilled on a propane grill. Takes 5 minutes, and can toast the buns at the same time.
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>>7096647
steamed, that's the only way to go.
+It's quick
+It's fat free
+It sweats out the nitites and chemicals
+The H and O atoms in steam are waking up all the flavors in the fat of the sausage
+It leaves the sausage un-harmed without bruises or burn marks
+you can throw the buns at the end and make a chewy hot dog.
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>>7096699
Poor Stu. He didn't need his life ended so horribly.
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>college student
>goes to Safeway
>buys 16 weenies for 4 bucks
>16 buns are 7 bucks
FJJDKFFSKKIEHEMEJBEBTUDGBDUGBDUY DUGBDUGBD
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>>7096699
STU NO
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>not wanting burn/grill marks
R U EVEN AMERICA
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>>7096705
Would steamed bread really be good? That just sounds weird as hell.
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>>7096718
its actually really good, makes them chewy and delicious. just gotta let em air dry a bit before you eat them.
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Burn them on an iron skillet
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>>7096718
Briefly steamed,, just to warm them. It melts in your mouth. (Montreal hot dog on the chart).
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>>7096724
>Japan

Nigga that's kawaii.
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Finally, an excuse to post this.
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>>7096647
steamed, or chopped and tossed into boxed macaroni-n-cheese
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I usually just pop them in the oven. It's not as good as bbq but it's better than boiled.
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>>7096666
quaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad
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