Sunday, July 17, 2011

'Merica Dogs.

Let me start this post by saying it's a damn crying shame that my good buddy Josh Kaulius hasn't graced the pages of Buddies & Hotdogs yet. The dude is a prime candidate for the Meat Sweat Hall of Fame. I've seen this guy curl up on a barroom bathroom floor after going into some weird esophagus shock caused by eating too many hot wings. He was escorted out of the place and sent directly to the hospital. Now that's commitment.

On the 4th of July, Josh and I got together for a little lonely, sad dude pity party. We cured our our ills by way of grills. We stuffed our faces and drank the blues away with a hand selected assortment of high-octane IPA's. We laughed. We watched a few episodes of Pawn Stars. We made fun of people. We listened to Outlaw Country. It was a real, real nice day. 'Merican style.



Here's Josh making a mockery of the all-beef frank. He puts ketchup on his. Gross. **Editor's Note: Josh claims this wasn't ketchup, but rather BBQ sauce, sriracha, or some chipotle tabasco type sauce. His credibility has since been restored.



A nice little close-up.



The bountiful harvest includes terriyaki marinated pork loin (personal recipe), steak filets, shrimp and bacon wrapped jalapeno skewers (personal recipe), and some delicious all-beef dogs that didn't make it into this picture. 'Merica. Fuck yeah.

3 comments:

Josh K said...

There is NO WAY I put ketchup on my dog. That experiment was either BBQ sauce, sriracha, or chipotle tabasco. I don't eat ketchup on anything. My default condiments are mustard and a pickle. Please print a retraction.

Casey Brewer said...

Done and done. Sorry to jump to conclusions. Ketchup sucks.

Geoff Peveto said...

Yes ketchup should never be on a dog. Read this thing her though:

http://www.thekitchn.com/thekitchn/tips-techniques/why-you-should-consider-marinating-your-hot-dogs-151083

Although it's ketchup based it's really BBQ sauce that they are marinating these dogs in and that pic looks pretty tasty.