Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by interval_illusion, Jan 16, 2005.
im talking about hot dogs here and im saying what i like soon
the ones with cheese in them
to be honest... i dont know exactly what kosher means.. altho i have an idea.
but i like (and not all of them at once, altho i never tried so who knows)
good meat..... saurekraft, onions, relish, jalapeno peppers, fresh-thin sliced matoes, same with cucumbers, mustard, cheese, chili
isnt kosher a jewish thing?
it is jewish. for sure.
i just dont know the specifics though and ive always wondered.
i know kosher ingredients can be really good.
Zweigle's, which are made here in Rochester, are the best I've ever had. They're very popular in New York, but I don't think many people outside of the state are familiar with them.
They blow that over-processed Oscar Meyer/Ballpark shit out of the water.
Being made of meat of a "clean animal", that means no pork
Cucumbers with a hot dog? Saurkraut!!!!!! Blah!
Anyway my favorite are these footlongs that are made and sold in a local bar. They are so damn good. I'm fuckin' drooling right now.
to me a dog is really all about the topping (and roll)- i know the type of meat matters but if you had the worst meat or mideore... how would you dress it?
why is pork not "clean" but beef is?
and im sorry, (actually im not)- i know you dont like saurkekraft and a lot of others dont.. but i do.
and cucumbers.. im sorry but if they are FRESH and thined sliced they are YUMMY on dogs... much like pickles but not as sour.
Because Jews believe that there are clean and dirty animals. Pigs are a dirty animal.
cheese, mustard and tomato sause are my favorite toppings for the hot dog..
well, if that's true- then that is retarded altho catholics think the same thing (i think)- again retarded.. ill check matt's link in a sec.
no I used to be catholic
no, thats not true.
the jews follow the old testament more than the catholics. catholics concentrate more on the new testament and the gospels.
the only thing about meat that the catholics believe in is during lent...... fish and seafood arent considered meat (beef, pork, and fowl, according to the catholics), and you can consume fish during the fridays in lent (and ash wednesday), whereas you cant consume the meat that was aforementioned on those fridays (and ash wednesday).
really orthodox catholics consider fish as meat
I like them with saurkraut. Or chilidogs; messy but good!
haha sauerkraft kicks ass, duck! yo fool!
but really...arent all those meat rulese a bit silly?
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