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post #16 of 53
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Originally Posted by Bandwagonesque
You're correct.

Well looking on Wikipedia pigs in a blanket refers to differnent dishes depending on where you live.
post #17 of 53
The Wikipedia page (which I just looked at for the first time) also has a link to "Toads In A Hole" which I've never heard of, but sounds good.

mmm toads.
post #18 of 53
You guys are right -- most of the places I go to use some sort of pancake/pastry as the blanket. In CT, they always referred to the bacon-wrapped hotdog as a pig in a blanket. In any case, they are all delicious in their own right.

DocHolliday, you forgot pork chops.
post #19 of 53
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Originally Posted by whodini
For all you who don't know, Slim's IHOP favorite is actually the chocolate chip pancake. Just the other day I snapped this pic of him when he ordered the Funny Face off the menu. :



Don't I look excited?

post #20 of 53
I don't know. It's a waist-up photo.
post #21 of 53
Well my excitement was tempered by your constant nose-picking, farting, and belching, but other than that, it was a perfectly lovely breakfast.

post #22 of 53
The bacon-wrapped hot dog cart is a fixture around Los Angeles. The dude manning the cart (alway hispanic) will dress your dog with mayonaise, mustard, grilled onions and jalapenos. They rule. Seriously. I stumbled out of the Hollywood Bowl in October and was greeted by a row of the bacon hotdog carts and I had to eat two. A few years ago, I was eating one for lunch outside of Pep Boys in Hollywood. The guys enjoying one next to me looked like a homeless man with a long beard. I gradually realized it was Vincent Gallo.
post #23 of 53
I hate it when I realize the homeless man ruining my meal is Vincent Gallo.
post #24 of 53
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My guess is that while hotdogs are very easy and quick to prepare, bacon takes a bit more time and therefore is less favored; for the burgermaking folk, it's less of a jump to also make bacon rather than just patties.

Cook the bacon in a microwave. Less mess- 3 minutes for 3 thick slices...

Yes, my cholesterol is under 200.
post #25 of 53
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Originally Posted by Earthmover
In CT, they always referred to the bacon-wrapped hotdog as a pig in a blanket.

A blanket made of the flesh of its own kin. Ghastly.
post #26 of 53
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
Well my excitement was tempered by your constant nose-picking, farting, and belching, but other than that, it was a perfectly lovely breakfast.

Was that really necessary? You don't see me making fun of your braces and small tits or comment on how that pink top made you look fat. In response to Baron, "death dogs" are all over LA. There must have been a good 10+ carts before/after every USC home game. I never tried them because ironically I was too sober to question their bacterial count or too drunk to wait in line.
post #27 of 53
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Originally Posted by whodini
Was that really necessary? You don't see me making fun of your braces and small tits or comment on how that pink top made you look fat.
Thats not a pink shirt, thats eczema. Just goes to show how sober you were... By the way, this conversation is hilarious and I think we are wasting it in this thread. Muslims won't ever read it.
post #28 of 53
my god this thread is comedy Genius. Also I think that the Pilsbury rolls wrapping a hot dog must be a northwest name for pigs in a blanket because growing up thats what we always called them, so im on the TS boat on this one
post #29 of 53
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
The Wikipedia page (which I just looked at for the first time) also has a link to "Toads In A Hole" which I've never heard of, but sounds good.

mmm toads.
I find toads have a more firm and delicate taste than frogs. This is true.
post #30 of 53
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Originally Posted by whodini
I was too sober to question their bacterial count or too drunk to wait in line.

Maybe that's my problem. I've never gotten food poisoning so I just keep pushing my luck and eating street food wherever I find it all over the world. By the same token I've never gotten AIDS or herpes...
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