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Haute Dogs: Recipes for Delicious Hot Dogs, Buns, and Condiments Paperback – April 29, 2014
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“There's more than one way to cook a dog and this book has more than 100 mouth-watering recipes to show you how.”—Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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There is a short history of the hot dog, 10 ways to cook the dog, and recipes for most of the condiments used in the book. Want to make your own dogs or buns (breads) it's all in this book.
A keeper for my cookbook collection.
I'm knocking off a star due to some inaccuracies in hot dogs that I am familiar with, in particular:
- Montreal "Steamie": This recipe should not use a combination of sauerkraut and onions, but instead a vinegar-based coleslaw consisting of vinegar, a pinch of sugar, shredded cabbage and shredded onion. Also, the bun should be steamed along with the dog! Source: I visited Montreal and ate these dogs at The Pool Room
- Fenway Frank: Besides the all-beef hot dog, I didn't find anything about this recipe to be accurate. I am a lifetime New England resident of MA/NH and I have *never* seen anybody put baked beans on a hot dog. I'll forgive his use of the word "Beantown" since he is obviously not a resident - it's like an outsider referring to San Francisco as "San Fran"
- White Hot: The problem I have here is the meat sauce (in Rochester, "hot sauce") recipe. As he says, these recipes are closely guarded, but the recipe he has is definitely nowhere close to the real thing. True hot sauce should have finely minced meat so it is more a sauce and less a Cincinnati chili, and the spices will usually include additions such as cinnamon and cloves to give it an earthy kick. Source: I am friends with 3 people from Rochester
You will find classic American hot dogs along with International favorites. I love that there is a section just for the vessel "Buns" and a section for condiments.
Some of the Dogs you will find in this cookbook:
The New York Style Hot Dog
Texas BBQ Dog
Maxwell Street Polish
Loaded Guatemalan Meat Dog
There are over 40 different hot dogs, something for everyone.
Pros: Very nicely written - Informative - Great photos (and hot dogs are not the easiest to photograph) - Variety
Cons: Chili Base Recipe, I did make the chili recipe and it was too tomatoey, it tasted more like a pasta sauce than chili for a hot dog. I'm not sure if the 8 oz of tomato paste was a typo or not. Also the recipe said it was enough for 4 hot dogs I felt it was enough for at least 10 to 12 hot dogs.
Jason - Modernist Cooking Made Easy
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have a best friend who loves, loves a good hot dog. I bought this as a gift. I looked through it before I gave it to her and it had some really interesting recipes in it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bridget
I didn't find any of the recipes to be very interesting and some were pointless in there inclusion, i.e. the Plain Jane, Sausage in Roll, Baguette Dog, German Three in a Bun... Read morePublished 5 months ago by mark wayt
Saw this in a store in Minneapolis. Wanted it then, but forgot to go back to the book store while there. Fun idea's to bring life to the plain hot dog.Published 5 months ago by Rose Lamb
I've already made a couple of recipes and they are awesome. Making buns next for Hometown Chicago dogs for my Atlanta homie's (guinea pigs as they call themselves) Bacon Wrapped... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Roger Rushton