• Diplomjodler@lemmy.world
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    2 months ago

    This is fucking dumb. The closest German equivalent to a hot dog would be bratwurst in a bun with ketchup or mustard (or both, if you’re a bloody savage). What is shown here is not a common dish at all. Maybe they sell it at one fast food stand for tourists in Frankfurt.

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      2 months ago

      How can you call something that doesn’t use a hot dog and doesn’t have a bun a Hot Dog? I googled a few of them. It seems like half of them don’t exist.

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      2 months ago

      Is it dumb because it is not the closes equivalent? Yes.

      Is it dumb because this doesn’t get sold frequently? No.

      In Nuremberg we have the same thing, but it’s just multiple smaller sausages instead of 1. I’d argue you find the potatoes/kraut salad x sausage combo almost everywhere.

  • fernandu00@lemmy.ml
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    2 months ago

    Bro I’m Brazilian and I’ve never seen a hot dog with those ingredients in my life… Parmesan? Wtf is pico de gallo? Sounds Spanish for some kind of pepper

  • AFK BRB Chocolate@lemmy.world
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    2 months ago

    This is a terrible one. It looks more like a menu from a novelty hotdog stand that just named their dishes based on some weird stereotype. I’m really surprised there isn’t a California dog with avocado on it (because apparently you can make anything California-style by adding avocado).

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    2 months ago

    From everyone else’s responses here… I’d guess that whoever made this is from Seattle? And has a favorite vendor that makes them that way? No grilled onions? They usually do have siracha and jalapeno available…

    Also they usually butterfly the brat. Cooks it faster with a much better flavor. The works at my favorite stand means cream cheese, grilled onions and sauerkraut. We have spicy items and sauces available self serve because not everyone likes them.

    I always just considered a hot dog with cream cheese Seattle style. Banging.

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      2 months ago

      After a bit of googling it looks like it’s called French everywhere. What’s called French on the picture doesn’t even exist. This whole diagram is made up.

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        2 months ago

        The “French hotdog” (shown as Czech) was invented in Denmark in the 1980s. There are different claims of who made it first with minor details like how the bread is prepared. One of the guys claiming it also went on to invent the “double barrel french hotdog”.

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    2 months ago

    Whelp, I can now officially tick the box on my to-do list that says, “Find an image on the internet that unexpectedly makes you think about vaginas”

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    2 months ago

    The “Kansas City” dog is not Kansas City… I’ve lived here my whole life and no KC dog has cream cheese… BBQ sauce and burnt ends or pulled pork with pickle slices… Maybe throw some fried onion straws or baked beans on that.