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hot dog

Chiefly US a person who performs showy acrobatic manoeuvres when skiing or surfing
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Well, one bite of a chili dog and I'm back at the county fair with my dear brother Nic, who died a year ago.
And for lunch, customers can swing over to the former Sufficient Grounds Express location to procure fried catfish, Frito chili pies, hamburgers, hot wings or a half-pound chili dog. That's right, a half-pound, said Managing Partner Patrick McAnnally.
Make no mistake about it, this quirky read is strictly for babes from the very first line: "Baseball is like shopping." The author explains, "That's how action on the field is...like finding that thing you've been waiting on all day." If that isn't enough to convince even the strictest fashionista to check out the action at the ballpark, there's even a chapter on "Avoiding the Ballpark Bulge." Like, did you know a chili dog and ro ot beer pack a whopping 747 calories?
Once you have tried-really tried-to steep yourself, however briefly, in American racing culture, the return to what we think of as normality is as stunning as the difference between an eight-inch chili dog and a well-browned British sausage.
Scaled down to snack size from a chili dog is the chili pup: half a frankfurter heated in a small bun with chili and cheese.
Reading through the other variants on the menu makes me look forward to going back and sampling them all: Sauerkraut Dog; Good Morning Dog (runny egg and gooey American cheese); Chili Dog (special chili recipe with sour cream and melted cheddar cheese); Avocadog (avocado and sour cream); and Fat Salad Dog (chili mixed with crisp coleslaw and sweet and spicy jalapeno bits).
He offers a mean chili dog too and soon, a chili burger option will be added to the menu, topped with the same savory slow-heat sauce perfect for guys wanting to stay awake at a chick flick date with their girlfriends.
The chili dog is a crowd favorite, and the milkshakes are legendary.
Dravila9 also described a time when he cooked himself up a chili dog, a menu item only served at In-N-Out's yearly family picnics.
(To be fair, none of my stops used Cain's relish.) While the dogs were tasty, they use American rolls, not New England style, and the chili on my chili dog was mostly sauce, not meat.
With a humorous twist, Chick cleverly names the Secret Zoo animals, giving prairie dogs names such as Hot Dog, Chili Dog, and Dog Tag.
Among the entries: "Chili Dog Boy" by Eugene native and series founder Eli Dronsfield.