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Equal parts Dijon and ketchup mixed and some chopped raw red onion. No further embellishments are needed for me.

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post #32 of 33

I'm late but if I had my druthers i'd go to Casper's and have one of theirs... loaded......and with kraut.

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Just a few years back the place where I was working had a steady stream of jobs coming in.  Mike, the owner and a long time friend of mine would take us out to lunch 2 - 3 times a week.  One bar down the street started serving lunch.  An item on their menu was a chili cheese dog - 5 bucks.  Way expensive compared to, say, Weinerschnitzel, but really good and a lot more food than you would get at a franchise place.  A generously sized dog, large steak cut fries, a decent chili and lots of cheese.  It was a really good lunch.  Too bad no longer available.  It was a father and son place, and for a while they offered Mom's homemade ravioli - another great treat.

 

Oh well, it was good while it lasted.

 

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