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Sunday, July 8, 2012

A Great Tip

My brother-in-law posted this on his facebook page.


13 comments:

Ms. A said...

That's cool! I just might have to try that.

Shammickite said...

Does it make them taste better? I really hate the smell and taste of weiners.

CiCi said...

Ms A, I like that the relish and mustard and onions stay in the grooves.

Shammickite, that is why you add all the condiments!

Abby said...

I'm so gonna do this.

Stephen Hayes said...

Brilliant. I can't wait to try this.

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

I like how the whole surface can get cooked better like that!

Brian Miller said...

huh...interesting....might need to give this one a try...will let you know if i do...

Rock Chef said...

I have heard about this a lot recently, but not how to do it. Might give it a try at the weekend!

Bossy Betty said...

Hummm. I wonder if this could make even veggie dogs taste better?

bill lisleman said...

very interesting idea and looks easy to do. Also and certain parties/events it could be a great way to "break the ice".

Joanna Jenkins said...

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

Cricket said...

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.

Stinkypaw said...

It is a great conversation piece, that's for sure! I also enjoy the 'condiment catcher aspect' as well!