|The Joy of Breeding Your Own Show Dog|
|by Ann Seranne|
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Combine all the vegetables. Add salt and water. Let set overnight. Next morning drain well. Heat vinegar with the remaining ingredients until it ...
Combine cabbage and onion. Put on enough mustard to thoroughly cover and to your taste. Serves 12 barbeque meat sandwiches or 12 hot dogs.
Grind vegetables, using ... remaining ingredients. Pour over vegetable mixture. Heat to boil. Simmer 10 minutes. Seal in hot sterilized jars. Makes 8 pints.
Let this mixture sit overnight. In the morning drain and add 1 quart of vinegar and 4 pounds brown sugar. Cook 2 hours on a simmer. Bottle and seal.
Grind vegetables fine. Add salt and cover with water to stand overnight. Use large container. Add vegetables, vinegar, sugar, cayenne and seeds. Tie ...
In large pan, combine ingredients. Cut hot dogs in half lengthwise ... while sauce cooks down. Taste sauce and add sugar, catsup, etc. to your own taste.
Mix together except hot dogs and buns. Place hot dogs on buns and add sauce on top. Wrap in foil and bake 10-15 minutes in 400 degree oven. Serve hot.
Simmer onions in fat in skillet until tender. Add all other ingredients and mix together. Add hot dogs and simmer 15-20 minutes. Serve.
Combine cheese, chili sauce, relish and oregano. Slit the hot dogs lengthwise, but cut ... May be prepared ahead, wrapped and refrigerated until needed.
Slash both sides of hot dog in several places ... Place hot dog in bun. Add mustard, sauerkraut and selected garnish. Cook on High 15 seconds. Yield: 1.
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