That's cool! I just might have to try that.
Does it make them taste better? I really hate the smell and taste of weiners.
Ms A, I like that the relish and mustard and onions stay in the grooves.Shammickite, that is why you add all the condiments!
I'm so gonna do this.
Brilliant. I can't wait to try this.
I like how the whole surface can get cooked better like that!
huh...interesting....might need to give this one a try...will let you know if i do...
I have heard about this a lot recently, but not how to do it. Might give it a try at the weekend!
Hummm. I wonder if this could make even veggie dogs taste better?
very interesting idea and looks easy to do. Also and certain parties/events it could be a great way to "break the ice".
I can't believe I didn't think of that myself! What a great idea. I'll definitely be trying it out the next time we have dogs for dinner.THANKS!! xo jj
That's pretty cool. Must try it. I love simple things like that. Only downside is the kids might start to demand it.... oy.Btw, I have another dessert for you. If you liked Nana's jello-pie, I think you'll like this too.I really Am trying to be back. Lots of work = money but little blog-time.
It is a great conversation piece, that's for sure! I also enjoy the 'condiment catcher aspect' as well!
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