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dhex wrote: 09 Jul 2020, 13:04 it's a book of poetry about my dick c'mon guys get with it
This is correct.

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dhex wrote: 09 Jul 2020, 13:04 it's a book of poetry about my dick c'mon guys get with it
Sorry you got the covid.
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dhex wrote: 09 Jul 2020, 13:04 it's a book of poetry about my dick c'mon guys get with it
Don't you mean The Onan of Fear?
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If you get covid dick and don't make love to a shotgun do you meet partners by going to backyard BBQs and seeing whomever goes for the really burned hot dogs?
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dhex wrote: 10 Jul 2020, 22:21 If you get covid dick and don't make love to a shotgun do you meet partners by going to backyard BBQs and seeing whomever goes for the really burned hot dogs?
I uh need the answer to this. Just in case.
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dhex wrote: 10 Jul 2020, 22:21 If you get covid dick and don't make love to a shotgun do you meet partners by going to backyard BBQs and seeing whomever goes for the really burned hot dogs?
Sometimes I love you, man.
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Why would anyone serve hotdogs with barbecue?
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lunchstealer wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 13:58 Why would anyone serve hotdogs with barbecue?
Like ... every bbq I've been to ... like ever.
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Pham Nuwen wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 14:48
lunchstealer wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 13:58 Why would anyone serve hotdogs with barbecue?
Like ... every bbq I've been to ... like ever.
Don't fall for it. It's the old "Oh, no, that's grilling, not barbecue" pedantry...
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Highway wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 14:50
Pham Nuwen wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 14:48
lunchstealer wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 13:58 Why would anyone serve hotdogs with barbecue?
Like ... every bbq I've been to ... like ever.
Don't fall for it. It's the old "Oh, no, that's grilling, not barbecue" pedantry...
And from somebody who thinks that crap they do in Carolina is barbeque, no less.
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Highway wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 14:50
Pham Nuwen wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 14:48
lunchstealer wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 13:58 Why would anyone serve hotdogs with barbecue?
Like ... every bbq I've been to ... like ever.
Don't fall for it. It's the old "Oh, no, that's grilling, not barbecue" pedantry...
"backyard BBQ" means grilling. That's what it means. There is no ambiguity.
Anyone actually making barbecue in their back yard is going to mention their smoker rig.
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People who say that backyard grilling isn't barbecue are like the people who say that racism=power+prejudice. They're engaging in heavy-handed linguistic prescriptivism.
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It appears too late to ask this question, but here goes: Can I just throw some meat on a grill set over burning charcoal in my back yard without someone getting on my case about what I choose to call it?
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No.
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JasonL wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 15:25No.
This. This is too important to let go.
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Aresen wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 15:24 It appears too late to ask this question, but here goes: Can I just throw some meat on a grill set over burning charcoal in my back yard without someone getting on my case about what I choose to call it?
Well, the redskins name might be soon available.
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To address this burning issue in philosophical terms, Hanson's disease may not be Hanson's Disease.

And the reason for hotdogs is small children who, inexplicably, prefer them to hamburgers, let alone actual, um, well, you know, barbecue.
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A good hot dog is good. Also, a good hot dog involves no ketchup.
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Mo wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 16:48 A good hot dog is good. Also, a good hot dog involves no ketchup.
Mustard is the only acceptable condiment for sausages, period.

Also, sure, there are good hotdogs but they're not what get thrown on the Weber 90+% of the time because the kids are going to eat them. With ketchup.
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I was pretty late in life before I had a good hotdog. Kind of stunning if you are used to ballpark and Oscar Meyer junk. Iceland sneakily enough has a really good hotdog culture.
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mine is an evil laugh
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JasonL wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 17:22 I was pretty late in life before I had a good hotdog. Kind of stunning if you are used to ballpark and Oscar Meyer junk. Iceland sneakily enough has a really good hotdog culture.
Iceland is just sneaky.

Hebrew National does a pretty good job for your grocery store level.

Relish can be okay on some sausages, as can peppers and onions.

What I don't get is yellow mustard when alternatives exist.
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lunchstealer wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 17:49
JasonL wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 17:22 I was pretty late in life before I had a good hotdog. Kind of stunning if you are used to ballpark and Oscar Meyer junk. Iceland sneakily enough has a really good hotdog culture.
Iceland is just sneaky.

Hebrew National does a pretty good job for your grocery store level.

Dill Relish can be okay on some sausages, as can peppers and onions.

What I don't get is yellow mustard when alternatives exist.
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Warren wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 17:58
lunchstealer wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 17:49
JasonL wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 17:22 I was pretty late in life before I had a good hotdog. Kind of stunning if you are used to ballpark and Oscar Meyer junk. Iceland sneakily enough has a really good hotdog culture.
Iceland is just sneaky.

Hebrew National does a pretty good job for your grocery store level.

Dill Relish can be okay on some sausages, as can peppers and onions.

What I don't get is yellow mustard when alternatives exist.
Don't make me get my gun.
I keep forgetting that any other kind exists until I get to that section of the store, and ... *shivers*

ETA: grilled/sauteed/otherwise-semi-carmelized onions are the absolute sweetest thing that should ever go on a sausage. That's why non-dill relish and ketchup are both wrong for hot dogs etc. I will use ketchup on a burger, if a better condiment isn't to be had (yellow mustard isn't better fite me) because the sweet with vinegary tang offsets the otherwise un-spiced meat in a way that doesn't work for any proper sausage. But if you can get them, roasted green chiles (especially freshly roasted) with a light cheese is... god damn that can be good. Don't think I'd put green chiles on a dog/brat/sausage though. I kinda feel like it's getting a little big for your britches to put them in the sausage, as some insist on doing.
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JasonL wrote: 13 Jul 2020, 17:22Iceland sneakily enough has a really good hotdog culture.
This does not surprise me. The combination of herding and the lack of resources from outside seems to help with the sausage-development program. Especially when you need organ meat to cover vitamin deficiencies.
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