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Old 11-09-2010, 01:22 AM   #5
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Hello, My name is Fuzzy, and I'm a Hot dog fanatic. At least I thought I was, but after I saw that list of 80.. I'm about to do something insane and try most of those. ;D I made a list of 54 that looked or sounded tasty:

ETA: Oh yeah, I'm gonna do it.. it may take me a few months..

Mexican - LA (bacon jalopeno)
Cobb (Blue BLT)
French Dip (jus and provolone)
Tijuana Danger (fried bacon wrap)
SouthWest (poblano jack)
Breakfast Burrito (chorizo,eggs,salsa)
Pueblan (tomatillo salsa and cotija)
Yucatan (pickled onions and habanero)
Argentine (chimichurri sauce)
Texas (bbq,cheddar,onion)
Deconstructed Corndog (hush puppies, ketchup, mustard)
Reuben (sauerkraut, melted swiss, russian dressing)
Maine (mayo,sweet onion relish, celery salt)
Buffalo (wing sauce, celery/carrot matchsticks, blue cheese)
New York (spicy mustard and sauerkraut)
Coney Island (chili, onions, and mustard)
Steakhouse (caramelized onions and blue cheese)
Carolina (coleslaw,mustard, and onions)
Southern (ketchup,mustard,chili,onions,dill pickles,oyster crackers)
New Orleanian (red beans and hot sauce)
Creole (fried green tomatoes and remoulade)
Trailer Park (velvetta and crushed potato chips)
Spanish (manchego cheese, garlic, and red pepper relish)
La Mancha (wrapped in serrano ham with manchego)
Catalan (aioli and smoked paprika)
Asturian (melted cabrales cheese)
Welsh (melted cheddar with beer, ground mustard and worcestershire)
English breakfast (baked beans and crumbled sausage)
British (horseradish and sharp cheddar)
Belgian (frites and mayo)
Alsatian (caramelized onions, and creme fraiche)
Provencal (tapenade, grille eggplant, and peppers)
Courque-Madame (smoked ham, gruyere, fried egg, and bechamel)
Bistro (dijon mustard, and whole cornichons)
German (braised sauerkraut and lambic syrup)
Bolognese (bolognese sauce and grated parmesan)
Genoese (pesto and toasted pine nuts)
Veneto (grilled balsamic-marinated radicchio, basil leaves and fresh ricotta)
Pizzeria (marinara, crushed red pepper and melted mozzerella)
Bruschetta (diced tomato, basil, and garlic)
Caprese (fresh mozz, basil, chopped plum tomato, EVOO)
Greek (tzatziki, kalamata olives, tomato, and sliced onion)
Spanakopita (spinach,dill,onions, and feta)
North Afrian (harissa onions and lemon relish)
Russian Salad (potato salad (mayo, pickles, capers, eggs and peas)
Syrian (baba ghanoush with za'atar)
Indian (dal and red-onion raita)
Burmese (fried shallots, carrot slaw, peanut oil, and fish sauce)
Szechuan (black bean paste and red chile)
Peking (hoisin sauce and green onions)
Korean (kimchi and pickled cucumbers)
Japanese (kewpie mayo and wasabi)
Vietnamese (sriracha, cilantro, and shredded carrot)
Banh Mi (pickled carrot, daikon, cucumber, cilantro, jalapeno, and mayo)
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