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post #21 of 39
Great idea Fired Up!!
post #22 of 39
Very ,very nice....that looks so good.
post #23 of 39
That Looks SSSSWWWEEEEETTTT!!!!!!! PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #24 of 39
Great idea! Gotta run grab some dogs. Thanx
post #25 of 39
Great idea! Going to have to try that one. PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #26 of 39
Points PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif Looks awesome
post #27 of 39
Thread Starter 
I think the official name for this creation should be the Frankenburger lol
post #28 of 39
Great idea!!!! Will definitely have to try these!!

Better keep it hiding from the New York Post.
post #29 of 39
That looks darn good! PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif

I'll have to give those a try.


post #30 of 39
Has anyone told you that you are a genious!?!?!?
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post #32 of 39
This looks incredible, thanks for the idea. although I think ima hit it up with a shredded cheddar/jack cheese mix, and perhaps a little bbq sauce on the inside
post #33 of 39
good grief!

i was losing weight until i discovered this site - here's another reaosn why!!!

enjoy the points, you've earned them!

post #34 of 39
i've got 8 of these going right now. it's the first time this year i've fired up my smoker, so i am a little behind on the timetable, but by the smells i am getting it should be worth it. prepared pretty much as described above except i brushed on a thin layer of mustard on the outside before sprinkling rib on. mrs. taz wants them non-smoked, so her two are in the oven at the same temperature.
will report on results!
post #35 of 39
Fired Up <----Man of Genius!
post #36 of 39
Dang, if I hadn't just had dinner, I'd be hungry. Nice work. points.gif
post #37 of 39
Nice, very original idea.

This is going on my to-do list, I think my to smoke list is up to #89 now!!!
post #38 of 39
these things were great! once i got the method of rolling and sealing down, it was easy to do. i think the mustard brush before the rub and bacon wrapping helped develop a "bark" on the outside with no mustardy taste later on. smoke penetration was exceptional.

turned out i had no BBQ sauce in the fridge and it was a little late to be making one, so i simply brushed oc ketchup (catsup?) the last half-hour or so. i pulled them off just as the hot dogs plumped enough to open the whole thing up a tiny bit. results were very good indeed!

FYI - i used schwan's old-fashioned weiners for this. results with those were not too good. while the flavor of the weiners was really good, the texture was rather tough and chewy. usually these weinters are great on their own but perhaps with this cooking method it just didn't work. i think the biggest problem was that being inside the burger wrap, the skins didn't have an opportunity to "crisp up."

other than that, this was too good not to do again!

unfortunately, no pix, so it never happened - i'll just have to do it again, i guess!
post #39 of 39
Great job. Hadn't thought to smoke these. Usually cook in foil then crisp up on grill. Found this (very similar anyway) recipe on couple of years ago. Lots of good recipes on that site. Points to you, sir.
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