Not-So-Spooky Witches Broom Hot Dogs


Here’s the Ingredients:

1 Tube Refrigerated Breadstick Dough

12  All-Beef or Turkey Franks

Here’s How to Make it:

Pre-Heat oven to 375*

Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.

Lay franks on a cutting board. On one side of the frank, come in 2 1/2 inches in from the end and make two cuts lengthwise to the end of the frank so that you have three equal strands, turn the frank on its side and repeat the two cuts so that you have a total of nine strands still connected to the frank. These will be the bristles of the broom.

Using a strand of the breadstick dough, wrap the uncut end of the frank and press the dough together around it so that the dough is blended around the frank. This is the handle of the broomstick.

Place the brooms (wrapped franks) on the cookie sheet and bake 11 to 15 minutes until the dough is golden brown.

Serve warm and enjoy.

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Hot Dogs on the Grill by the BBQ Pit Boys

These dogs look guuud!

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In the Mood for Chinese ?




Here’s the Ingredients:

1 c. packed brown sugar

3 tbsp. flour

2 tsp. dry mustard

1 c. unsweetened pineapple juice

1 sm. can pineapple chunks

1/2 c. vinegar

2 tsp. soy sauce

1 pkg. hot dogs

Here’s Hot to Make It:

Cut hot dogs diagonally. Fry in butter. In saucepan, combine above

ingredients. Cook and stir until thick and bubbly. Serve hot with hot

dogs added.


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Lucky Dogs, Sausage Palace LLC, Uncle Louie’s, Pick A Name for Your Hot Dog Business


Choosing the Best Hot Dog Stand Names by Alan Jefferson

If you hope to be in the hot dog business for the long term then you should start to build a strong brand right from day one. A brand will help you to build a strong reputation. Eventually people will see your stands and know that they can expect a great hot dog and first class service. One of keys to building a strong brand is having a name that is memorable and appropriate.

Below we have set out some points to consider if you want to name your hot dog cart business.

State the Obvious

People will read your name and immediately they will make a judgment about what kind of business you have. If you confuse them then they may walk on by or waste your time by coming up and enquiring about a product that you don’t sell. So you may as well make it obvious by using the word ‘hot dogs’ in your name or at least in an accompanying slogan. And if you sell a specific style of hot dog, such as a ‘New York’ dog then you may consider making this clear as well.

Develop a List of Words

A good way to put together a name is to compile a list of words and then match pairs of words together to see how they sound. You might use words that relate to your area, your style of products, product taste, your family or your high standard of service.

A Funny or Serious Name

Funny hot dog stand names work really well and they can make your business stand out above other vendors. However, you should be sure that you name is not at all offensive to anyone. Likewise it should be appealing to all segments of your market, so keep it clean and avoid any vulgarity.

A Name to Remember

A great name will be short, easy to pronounce and memorable. Ask some friends to go over some of your name selections and see what they think. Take note of how they pronounce words. Ask them which ones they could remember a few days later to see which ones stick out in the mind the most.

Legal Considerations

A unique name will help you to stick out in the market but this is not the only reason why you need an original name. To be sure that you avoid the legal implications of using a name that is already the intellectual property of another business you should carry out a thorough name search. This can be done by searching the names database at your local city or county clerk’s office. Also check online to see which other businesses have similar names.

Future Plans

Don’t let your choice of name for your hot dog stand business limit your future choices at all. One thing that you should do is check if there are any suitable domain names available. Register the key domains to protect them as you may want to develop a website at some time in the future.

A Name that Will Last

The last thing that you want to have to do is change your hot dog business name further down the road. For this reason you want to come up with something that works well now and will continue to ne appropriate in the years to come.

Above all, you as the owner of the business must love the name. It should make you feel proud to be in the hot dog business and it should help to motivate you to turn your business into something much bigger.

For more information on the potentially lucrative hot dog business visit – Start a Hot Dog Stand

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Finally ! How Simple Can it Be?

For years I have asked myself this question: how come hot dogs and hot dog buns are sold in different quantities?
Take a look at this video for the answer!

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Perfect for Super Bowls…pun intended


Nacho Cheese Sauce

Here’s the ingredients:

1/4 cup chopped green pepper

1/4 cup chopped red pepper

4 to 5 cloves garlic (minced)

2 scallions, minced

3 cloves garlic, minced

1 tbsp. olive oil

2 tbsp. butter

2 tbsp. flour

1.5 cups milk

1 cup cheddar cheese, shredded

1/4 teaspoon Tabasco sauce

2 tbsp. minced jalapeno peppers

pinch of cayenne pepper

1/4 teaspoon salt

1/4 teaspoon paprika

Nacho corn chips

Here’s How to Make It: 

Mix together peppers, olive oil garlic and butter in a sauce pan. sprinkle in flour, pour in milk and stir until mixture simmers– do not allow to boil. When

mixture begins to thicken, stir in the cheese and remaining ingredients, Simmer on low heat an additional five minutes or until cheese is fully melted.

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Super Bowl 2014

Super Bowl 2014

Good Luck to both teams…May the Best Team Win !

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