Bacon Cheese Dogs with Avocado Relish

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Bacon Cheese Dogs with Avocado Relish

By now it is common knowledge that Mexico and Mexicans love to taco anything and everything. So much so that a few years ago, when the hashtag #TacoTuesday became a thing, I would laugh when people asked me if I was doing taco night on Tuesdays at home.

“We practically taco every night,” I’d respond. It is a fact: I always have a comal handy to warm corn tortillas just in case we get the urge to tuck anything into them. But what many people may not know is how much we love our hot dogs.

Ok, yes, hot dogs are originally yours, America. But we have found a way to make them our very own, too, and we’d love for you to add them to your repertoire, if you are so inclined.

Take it as a compliment. We love hot dogs so much that they have also become part of our street food. This isn’t something new. Not even from a decade ago. Hot dogs have existed in Mexico for at least a century. So right next to a taco stand, you are likely to run into a hot dog stand. I have told you the story of the Galán hot dog my sisters and I used to eat that drew me to tears last time we were filming in Mexico.

Yet, there are so many more ways to Mex up your hot dogs. At home, our latest favorite is one we call Bacon Cheese Dogs with Avocado Relish. It has a FUD hot link – you won’t believe how packed with flavor it is – wrapped in bacon. It is then browned until super crisp. Then sliced in half, stuffed with queso Oaxaca, put back in the pan with all that flavorful bacon fat, cheese side down, until the cheese completely melts and the corners crisp up. That hot link sits on a layer of horseradish mayo in a toasted bun and is garnished with a quick avocado relish: diced tart tomatillos, soft buttery avocado, grassy cilantro and the irresistible bite of pickled jalapeños.

Plating Bacon Cheese Hot Dogs with Avocado Pickle

Bacon Cheese Dogs with Avocado Relish
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4 hot dogs
Ingredients
  • 1 large (about 3 ounces) tomatillo husked, rinsed, cut into small dice
  • 4 scallions white and light green parts, thinly sliced
  • 1/4 cup cilantro leaves and upper parts of stems, chopped
  • 3 pickled whole jalapeños chopped, plus 2 sliced for garnish
  • 1 tablespoon brine from pickled jalapeños
  • 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juice
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon kosher or coarse sea salt or to taste
  • 1 ripe avocado halved, pitted, cut into small dice
  • 1/4 cup mayonnaise
  • 1 tablespoon prepared horseradish or more to taste
  • 4 slices bacon
  • 4 FUD Hot Links sausages
  • 1 cup Oaxaca cheese shredded
  • 4 hot dog buns
To Prepare
  • To make the avocado relish: In a medium bowl, add the tomatillo, scallions, cilantro, chopped pickled jalapeños, pickled jalapeño brine, lime juice, olive oil, and salt. Mix well. Incorporate the avocado and toss gently with a spoon to combine. Set aside.
  • In a small bowl, combine the mayonnaise with the prepared horseradish. Set aside.
  • On a cutting board, roll one slice of bacon around each sausage link. Place the tip of the hot dog over one end of the bacon slice, then roll the sausage around on the diagonal so that the bacon wraps around it and covers it entirely.
  • Heat a large skillet or griddle over medium heat. Add the bacon-wrapped hot dogs and cook, turning every couple minutes, until crisped and browned on all sides. Remove from the heat. When cool enough to handle, cut a slit lengthwise down the middle of each, without cutting completely through. Stuff about 1/4 cup shredded cheese into each cut sausage. Place back onto the skillet cheese-side down - it should be messy - and gently press down. Cook for 2 to 3 minutes until the cheese has completely melted and started to brown creating a cheese crust.
  • Meanwhile, open the buns but try not to separate the tops from the bottoms. Lightly toast the buns in the oven, a toaster oven, or on the skillet or griddle where you cooked the hot dogs, about 2 to 3 minutes. Spread a generous tablespoon of the horseradish mayonnaise onto each bun.
  • When bacon cheese hot links are ready, using a spatula, flip onto the bun, cheese side up. Top with a generous amount of the avocado relish, garnish with the pickled jalapeño slices and serve.
Ingredients
  • 1 large (about 3 ounces) tomatillo husked, rinsed, cut into small dice
  • 4 scallions white and light green parts, thinly sliced
  • 1/4 cup cilantro leaves and upper parts of stems, chopped
  • 3 pickled whole jalapeños chopped, plus 2 sliced for garnish
  • 1 tablespoon brine from pickled jalapeños
  • 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juice
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon kosher or coarse sea salt or to taste
  • 1 ripe avocado halved, pitted, cut into small dice
  • 1/4 cup mayonnaise
  • 1 tablespoon prepared horseradish or more to taste
  • 4 slices bacon
  • 4 FUD Hot Links sausages
  • 1 cup Oaxaca cheese shredded
  • 4 hot dog buns
To Prepare
  • To make the avocado relish: In a medium bowl, add the tomatillo, scallions, cilantro, chopped pickled jalapeños, pickled jalapeño brine, lime juice, olive oil, and salt. Mix well. Incorporate the avocado and toss gently with a spoon to combine. Set aside.
  • In a small bowl, combine the mayonnaise with the prepared horseradish. Set aside.
  • On a cutting board, roll one slice of bacon around each sausage link. Place the tip of the hot dog over one end of the bacon slice, then roll the sausage around on the diagonal so that the bacon wraps around it and covers it entirely.
  • Heat a large skillet or griddle over medium heat. Add the bacon-wrapped hot dogs and cook, turning every couple minutes, until crisped and browned on all sides. Remove from the heat. When cool enough to handle, cut a slit lengthwise down the middle of each, without cutting completely through. Stuff about 1/4 cup shredded cheese into each cut sausage. Place back onto the skillet cheese-side down - it should be messy - and gently press down. Cook for 2 to 3 minutes until the cheese has completely melted and started to brown creating a cheese crust.
  • Meanwhile, open the buns but try not to separate the tops from the bottoms. Lightly toast the buns in the oven, a toaster oven, or on the skillet or griddle where you cooked the hot dogs, about 2 to 3 minutes. Spread a generous tablespoon of the horseradish mayonnaise onto each bun.
  • When bacon cheese hot links are ready, using a spatula, flip onto the bun, cheese side up. Top with a generous amount of the avocado relish, garnish with the pickled jalapeño slices and serve.

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  1. I LOVE this recipe! And I NEVER miss watching you on our PBS channel! Even the reruns! You are such a sweet person, and I love your crisp way of speaking. I’m hard of hearing, and I can make out everything you say 😉 I only wish you sold your videos of your recipes on DVDs! I would buy them all!
    I love the story you told about sitting next to a lady and you couldn’t think of the word for STAGGERED when putting items in a dish. And she helped you. You have a great clear way of speaking!
    And I love the way your 3 boys are such a BIG part of your life! They are so blessed to have you as their Mother!
    May you have many, many seasons of Pati’s Mexican Table! I love watching it over and over again 😉
    God Bless you,
    ~Diana Lynn Beder from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

  2. No your ordinary hot dog with ground turkey spices, jalapeno pickle and avocado. I love your recipies so I will try this one. So proud of you amiga y arriva las latinas!

  3. Looks so yummy Pati! I always enjoy watching your show. Your recipes always look great and your love for your family and your heritage, make your show one of my favorites.

  4. No, I sure haven’t, but after seeing this recipe, I will make it a point to do so. 🙂 You can’t ever go wrong with bacon and avocado!

  5. We roast the hot dog, put in a flour tortilla with black beans De olla, a slice of avocado and questions fresco! We put everything in a tortilla, so it’s taco Tuesday every day here too!! I love your show Pati!!.

  6. I’ve tried the Mexican hot dogs where the hot dog is wrapped with bacon and the bread has mayo with pico de gallo as condiments. I love the salsa with aguacate but not on hot dogs.

  7. These look so tasty! I’ve had similar dogs, but not with avocado. Looking forward to trying this one. I’ve also had a Peruvian style recipe, but Mexican is better in my opinion. 😊

  8. Oh My, that’s some dog. Love the flavor combinations will look for FUD Hot Links sausages next grocer trip!

  9. Loved the hot hot. Just had to cut back a little on the jalapenos as my old stomach can’t handle them as much as it did in the younger days. But I grow them every year

  10. Excited to try a FUD hot dog, we were going to have a different brand of hot dogs camping this weekend but I had to throw them away due to a recall.

  11. Pati, I love hot dogs and I am always looking for new recipes for my family! This will be a great addition to our menu!!! Thank you!

  12. Pati, I am a Pattie too. I am 100% Italian. English is my 2nd language. I am so hooked on your recipes and show. I’ve got Facebook to see your Facebook post first. I can’t seem to get enough of anything and everything with lime. I could eat your food everyday. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. I am so glad you are so passionate about your heritage. So am I. Would love to win that grill, but if not I still love your show on PBS. There is nothing in the world than food and family. I am going to try the recipe for the hot dog. Yum! Thank you for all that you do to make cooking a lot of fun and simple.

  13. I’ve never heard of an avocado pickle but It sounds really tasty on a hot dog with bacon and cheese. Have to try this recipe.

  14. Tried these on Saturday….. Yummy girl. U know your dogs! Always thanks for all your fun and sexy Mexican food and drinks

  15. I have not had the honor of trying this very delicious looking hot dog.

    I sure can’t wait to taste it real soon!
    🌭😚👌

  16. Pati these look delicious! Love new ideas and different ways of cooking foods. My daughter and I have been to Yucatán peninsula 13 times for our Mother/Daughter get always! We don’t even want to try anywhere else. Met so many nice people who are now friends. Love the culture, food, history, and so much more. I want very much to go back again with my daughter. These Bacon Cheese Dogs with Avacado Pickle will be made soon. Your show is my favorite cooking show now. I could listen to your accent 24/7 and love when you bring the boys on to help and taste the food. So genuine and family friendly. Thanks Pati for sharing all your recipe’s with me and others. Wish we lived closer so I could visit and share some meals together with our families.

  17. I will like to try it… I t think i will cut the Pickle for avocado, that looks very good and some queso fresco

  18. This was so good! Yummy and cheesy and the avocado pickle was a fantastic compliment to the smokiness of the bacon and hot dog!

  19. I would add sauerkraut to this Bacon Cheese Dogs with Avocado Pickle! My dad is a WWII US Navy veteran who also went to cooks school and was called, “Cookie” on the destroyer ships he was on. He learned to make many American dishes and when he came home, married and helped raise four kids, he’d BBQ us hot dogs on Saturday afternoons while my mama was at work. He introduced us to sauerkraut. I’m sure we were the rare kids on the block who ate and liked Sauerkraut on our dogs. So, on pati’s version I’d add a dollop of sauerkraut and I know that you;d love it too!

  20. This is my type of hot dog😜😜😜
    In my family we are avocado fans and thus is just a perfect recepie for a Saturday/Sunday lunch.
    Definitely trying this tomorrow.
    Thank you!!!

  21. How delicious Pati, I’m making this for dinner tonight yummy! Pati every recipe I’ve made from your book has come out delicious thank you!

  22. These are on my list of “Things I Must Try Soon”.
    Oddly, 80% of the items on that list start with “Pati’s…”

  23. I never tried a mexican hotdog til my compadres in Sonora, Mexico introduced me to them. I dont eat hotdogs but when prepared al estilo Mexicano… I’m all in.

  24. We did make these hotdogs, even though I’m not really a “hotdog” person but these were amazing.😄😄Mmmm, and we plan on making them again😄😄

  25. I’m a big fan of Pati’s and enjoy her TV shows. Would love to win the Weber Grill for my son who has been growing on a crummy grill. I’m sure his carne asada would taste much better on the new grill.

  26. I used this method to feed my family tonight and it was a big hit! I used a mix of mozzarella and monterey jack cheeses and it worked out well. Making sure my griddle had plenty of bacon grease left on it was crucial to releasing the “cheesy crust”. Our toppings were plain sliced veggies, tomato cucumber lettuce and avocado, instead of the salsa for kid friendliness. But I mixed fresh lime juice and green tabasco with mayonnaise to put on my own bun. Wow.

  27. Yes, my family and I love grilling especially Mexican style hotdogs and hamburgers! We not only grill during the summer but all year long. We also include our immediate family brothers, sisters, nieces & nephews so we’re about 40 people from my husband’s side and 20 on my side so of course grilled Mexican style hot dogs are a must! I will definitely be including your fabulous recipe on our next barbecue! By the way I love you show!!

  28. Getting the ingredients to have at a high school graduation party. I think my family will love this.
    I like the avocado pickle relish. It will make an excellent topping.

  29. Pati, I love it when you show different parts of Mexico, especially San Miguel de Allende. Hopefully I will get to visit that city one of theses days.

  30. This looks so awesome!!! We haven’t tried it yet but since you have the receipt above we will this weekend. Thanks for your show on PBS. Keep up the great work and keep those killer receipts coming.

  31. Love hot dogs. Can’t wait to try this recipe at our next outdoor gathering. Love your PBS shows and blogs.

  32. I can see me on that grill. The first time I’ve ever heard of or tasted grill shrimp was in Nogales, Mexico, and they would taste good

  33. I love your show. Thanks for doing the contest about FUD! When I was a girl in mexico my mom ised to buy it and loved, i didnt know FUD is in USA…

  34. Monterrey, (México) are the best! Salchichas Fud asadas, pan de papa para hot dog, pico de gallo y queso, a disfrutar!

  35. I love Mexican hotdogs. There is just no other way to eat them. The bacon, the mayonnaise mixed with salsa mmmmmm.

  36. I haven’t tried a Mexican style hotdog but these look Devine I can’t wait to try them…………..Pati do you ever sign cookbooks and donate for fundraisers? I’m asking because my son was recently diagnosed with leukemia and we are trying to throw a BBQ dance and silent auction for him. If you do is there a protocol to follow? 💕

  37. Claro que he probado los hot dogs a la mexicana. A mi me quedan exquisitos con salsa de chile habanero hecha en casa

  38. These dogs looks delicious! Such a nice change from a plain boring hot dog. Looking forward to trying these this summer.

  39. These look delicious! My husband and I don’t miss a single episode of your show! I am from Michoacan so I especially love watching those episodes.

  40. I have never though about this combination but the avacados & chiles along with the flavor of grilled dogs (hot dogs) appeals to me! It’s like a dance for my taste buds! Thank you 🤗

  41. I don’t normally eat hotdogs but these look amazing! It’s all about the toppings! Can’t wait to try this😋

  42. Ijole Patty, guao, pero que delicìa se ve esto…Voy hacer esta reseta y tambien dejo mi comantario aver si me gano la asadora…Desde Grandview Washington!

  43. I do not usually like hot dogs but I tried this recipe and love the taste of the hot dog with the bacon. The toppings add so many layers of flavors. It was really delicious. Thank you #PatiJinich. Thank you #FUD! I bet they would taste even better grilled on a new grill!! :;

  44. Solo recuerdo los hot dog, de México una delicia salchicha envuelta con tocino y su respectiva cebollita, jitomate chiles envinagre, no faltando la catsup y la mostaza… Pero esta receta se ve muy buena también se ve apetecible gracias por compartir

  45. Hi Pati!
    This looks amazing! Anytime we cook anything Mexican-style from your show, it turns out so delicious. I love everything about this version of a hot dog. Can’t wait to try it! We recently moved from Denver Colorado and are now new realtors in Indianapolis. We will soon be looking for a dream house for us. This grill would be just such a perfect addition. We would use it all the time.

  46. Pati, this might break your heart, but I don’t like avocados! Other than that, this sounds SO delicious!

  47. The avocado pickle sounds delicious. We make something similar as a hot dog topping but instead of a bun we use a tortilla. My mom always made them that way and we call them Mexican hot dogs 🙂

  48. I make this hot dogs for mother’s day! And they were a hit everybody liked them we combine it with a carne asada we had a blast with all my sister’s and brother’s niece’s and nephew sence my mom passed away last year we are still together with my dad. And we always watched you show including my little niece’s they love to watched you and the create tv all day on Saturday’s and Sunday s

    1. Thank you so much for sharing Rosario. I’m super happy to hear you had such an amazing Mother’s Day, and I’m sending you and your family my best!

  49. I haven’t tried these hot dogs but they look delicious. I will try them this weekend when my grandsons come to visit. 😊😊✌

  50. I have always been a mustard and onion only, kind of girl…….but this Mexi-dog stole my heart ❤️ 💋!

  51. Over fifty years ago my dad would be grilling hot dogs and putting on homemade salsa verde, toasted jalapenos or serranos, tomatoes, onions. That was our Chicago garbage dog…yum.

  52. I love Pati’s recipes!! It’s always a pleasant surprise to receive her recipes in my email inbox. Thank you Pati and keep up the great work!!!

  53. Pati,

    I love to cook, but due to work, kids and just a busy schedule my cooking has not been as often. My fault I know…

    But since I discovered your show in PBS!… man those cooking ideas are all coming back to me. I’ve been cooking your recipes and man they are good! I’ve began getting ideas from your show, and I’m just excited to get back in my kitchen!

    Even if I don’t win the grill, I just wanted to say “Gracias”. Gracias for getting me back to cooking. I like food! I like cooking it, and I specially like eating it, but when people think of cooking shows they think of hoity-toyty French or Italian dishes, but you show how Mexican dishes are just as good or even better! When I think of food I want to try to cook it’s not French, it’s not Italian, it’s Mexican! I really believe your show (maybe because I don’t watch too much tv) is the only one to glorify (justly) “our” culture and our food! I look forward to all your shows. Thanks again!

    1. Hi David, I’m so happy to help you get back in the kitchen. Thank you for watching, trying the recipes, and keep sharing our culture with your kids!

  54. Pati, I made these for friends who came over to watch the baseball game tonight and wow, they were a hit! The warm bacon and cheese combined with the avocado relish and pickled jalapeños was phenomenal! I made 12 of these and there were no leftovers! I think this is one of my favorite recipes. I love your show and your weekly emails. Thank you for sharing your love of cooking and of your culture.

  55. Yes, Though I just received the e-mail and recipe, I have devoured this hotdog with my eyes, my sensibilities and after shopping for those delicious ingredients and a good healthy Kosher hotdog , with my taste buds…
    Patti’s husband and sons will reduce theirs to crumbs and a dab of sauce as the declaration of affinity with their mum. Good eating, Amigos.

    1. Donna, Laughing so hard! Thank you for trying them. Yes, my boys devoured them which is how I know the recipe works!

  56. I’ll definitely have to try this, minus the bacon and avocado (I’m not a fan). I love gourmet hot dogs. ♥

  57. I love hot dogs. I can eat a dog at every meal…breakfast included. I will make tjese on the weekend when my Grands come over. Thanks for the recipe and the opportunity to win.

  58. I love all the ingredients of the Mexican hot dog. I plan to prepare it and enjoy it to the fullest extent possible!

  59. Hi Pati, I’m 71yrs old now but back in the 50’s and 60’s when I was growing up with our mom and dad and my two older brothers we would fry or boil the hot dogs then dunk them in my moms or dads hot salsa and warm them up in the pan. then put them in the hot dog buns and add cheese and onions on top. instead of chili beans.
    The Good Old Days, Thank You For Letting Me Share.

    1. Hi Rosie, Thank you so much for sharing! Amazing how things change but still stay the same at heart. I wish I could try those hot dogs you are describing.

  60. I have tried a Mexican hotdog and it was really good I have never tried something like it before. I would like to try it again.

  61. Call me old fashioned but beans, rice,a lil queso, a nicely bbq’ d hot dog. Oh wait don’t forget the Serrano Chile’s and a nice Mexican beer, I just happen to like Bohemia. Lastly the family screaming kids, neighbors, and nice game of cards, bingo, or whatever suits your fancy, yeah that’s a great day/night put both playing it on the safe side. Thanks Pati your way to cool.

  62. I have never tried hot dogs like this before, but I definitely want to try this one asap!! It all sounds so delicious! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

    1. The relish would also go great on a torta with your favorite deli meat, sliced cheese, and either mayo or refried beans. Hope you try it!

  63. Beautiful Ms. Pati,

    Thank you for the send-out for another one of your creative recipe creations!
    I personnally can’t turn the station/channel when you and the family are on.
    I LOVE how you are in every way.
    You Are Special!!
    I will be Grateful for anything you send my way.

    Stay well,
    Ms.K.

  64. I have not tried the hotdog but when i am not sure how to make something i look it up in your website. Your recipes are easy to follow. Thank you

  65. I love hot dogs & this one looks especially good! Perfect for July 4th but I don’t think I can wait that long to try it.

  66. Hi Pati the wife and I love to watch your show. We haven’t made the hotdogs yet. She’s not a hotdog person like myself. I know your recipe might be a mind changer!

  67. I’ve tried the FUD Link sausages before and they are out of this world! Will crank up my old Webber and try these
    dogs this weekend.

  68. This will be an amazing addition to our tailgate at next year’s University of Texas Longhorns football games. Thank you, Pati, and Hook ’em!

  69. ¡Se ve súper delicioso! Gracias Pati por compartir tus ricas recetas. Nos encanta tu programa de televisión. ¡Éxito!

  70. So Good! I look at this and imagine myself walking down any street anywhere in Mexico! I can smell it thru the picture 🙂

  71. Love Mexican Dogs! When I was working (am retired now), we went for them once a week….so good! I missed them so much that I had to learn how to make them at home…and can’t wait to try this new recipe. Thanks!

    1. Look for them in your local Latin or Mexican Market. If you let me know what city you are in, I can try to find out the stores that carry them…

  72. We’re having a birthday party Saturday. Daughter is 27, and we’re doing a lot of my Mexican favorites. We’ll be sure to make some of these scrumptious Bacon Cheese Dogs. With 60 people over these will be easy to make and definitely a crowd pleaser.

    I love watching Patti make Mexican dishes. Growing up in Anaheim, I had loads of Mexican friends, and doing homework at their house meant getting invited for dinner some times… Wow what a treat.

    1. Thank you so much for watching my show, David. If you end up making them for the party, let me know what everyone thinks. Happy birthday to your daughter!

  73. Hmm??? A real “Mexican” hot dog? Growing up in Chicago, hot dos are so part of the city and we had them all the time. Man many years ago, my father invented the “taco dog” — it may not sound delicious, but you have to try it IT IS! Slice a cooked hot down the middle, fill it gently with salsa and wrap a warm tortilla around it. YUM!!!

  74. I haven’t tried a Mexican hot dog yet, but my husband raves about the street hotdogs he ate while living in Brazil with homemade mayonaise!

  75. with grilling season here, I will be trying your bacon wrapped hot dogs, for sure, adding maybe some pickled red onion

  76. Sounds like an adventure to me! Yum, is all I can say; can’t wait to get all the ingredients together. Thank you for this creative Hot Dog.

  77. NOT a hot dog person but this and everything you make looks spectacular and easy to make. So, a hot dog it is with this recipe of course.

  78. Is it possible to LOVE something this much! This is always the door that opens to welcome summer in! HOT DOGS!

  79. In Los Angeles, the street vendors sell bacon wrapped hot dogs, can’t resist! Can’t wait to try this recipe, looks like a hit!

  80. I started salivating when I saw the photo! Whenever I go through Chicago for a flight I always stop for a “Chicago dog.” Perhaps this recipe could be a “Chicano dog!” Thanks!

  81. Hi Pati,
    I have not tried the Mexican style hot dogs yet but we are going to try them this weekend 🙂 I know my boyfriend will love them.

  82. mmm… you had me at bacon

    Pati, for the past few years I have been spiral cutting my hot dogs and it makes them super yummy as then the condiments get right down into the sausage. There are recommendations that you skewer the hot dog with a stick and then cut around it but I just use a sharp knife on an angle and roll the hot dog down a cutting board scoring it around from top to bottom. Super easy and pretty quick and the difference is SOOO delicious.

    thanks

  83. In our family we have tried the recipe for Sonoran Hotdogs which include refried beans and a bolillo for the bun, I am anxious to try this recipe

  84. This grill will be perfect to make these Mexican hotdogs and much more. Thank you Pati for sharing your recipes. I even have my hubby watching your show on the weekends.

  85. Looks great, can’t wait to try it. BTW, I’ve updated my black bean salsa recipe I sent you. Need to send you the update. I am thinking about maybe adding Jicama or Nopales to it. You think?
    ~philly

    1. Hi Philip, Yes, send it my way! I think either Jicama (will give it a nice crunch) or nopales will work great.

  86. I just saw this recipe and it sounds DELICIOUS!! We will be adding this one to the list that we have from your website. Thanks for all of them.

  87. I love hot dogs! We have been dreaming about a great summer meal already even though it is still snowing here!

  88. I have everything in the house except the Fud Hot Links, I’m off to the store to buy them for dinner tonight.
    Thank you Pati I love your recipes, they always work out well for me.