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2021-09-12 11:28:28 AM  
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2021-09-12 11:59:41 AM  
I enjoy wall-of-flavors, empty-the-fridge dishes like this, and the pic of this one has all the yummy colors. Thanks, Subby!
 
2021-09-12 12:38:05 PM  
Mmmmmm.  Food pile.
 
2021-09-12 12:39:40 PM  

rosekolodny: Mmmmmm.  Food pile.


Rose, I like you but .... hot dogs in soup?

I get that they were doing what they could with what little they had in a terrible situation.

Hot dogs in soup?
 
2021-09-12 12:52:02 PM  

casual disregard: rosekolodny: Mmmmmm.  Food pile.

Rose, I like you but .... hot dogs in soup?

I get that they were doing what they could with what little they had in a terrible situation.

Hot dogs in soup?


When I was a kid we ate poor-people food called hot dog soup.  It's basically hot dog slices in ketchup water.  No, I'm not going to voluntarily eat that again.

Maangchi uses kielbasa.

Army base stew (Budae-jjigae: 부대찌개)
Youtube euVyBKNfxkk
 
2021-09-12 1:30:27 PM  
Speaking of foods cooled at the table: some Thai places give you a flame for chicken satay. I didn't want to make a mess and the chicken was plenty done with the sauce plenty hot so I did nothing.

Was I supposed to dip then caramelize?
 
2021-09-12 1:36:55 PM  
We've made versions of this. Useful for getting rid of the extra hotdogs after cookouts and clearing the pantry in general.
 
2021-09-12 1:38:48 PM  
Aaron also makes an easier, pared-down version of the stew in this video. I believe it is the last recipe. (I did it myself because I am lazy, and I approve).
7 New Ways to Enjoy KOREAN RAMYUN! Ramen!
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2021-09-12 2:19:17 PM  

rosekolodny: casual disregard: rosekolodny: Mmmmmm.  Food pile.

Rose, I like you but .... hot dogs in soup?

I get that they were doing what they could with what little they had in a terrible situation.

Hot dogs in soup?

When I was a kid we ate poor-people food called hot dog soup.  It's basically hot dog slices in ketchup water.  No, I'm not going to voluntarily eat that again.

Maangchi uses kielbasa.

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/euVyBKNf​xkk]


Anthony Bourdain is famous for saying something about cuisine comes from making something delicious from ingredients nobody wants to eat, because its either that or starve.

I'm not going to find fault anybody who does what they have to to make ends meet, especially a people who's country was occupied for 35 years and then got trashed twice within four months (July - Oct 1950) of using what they have on hand to keep from starving.

And making it taste pretty good in the process.
 
2021-09-12 2:32:24 PM  

casual disregard: rosekolodny: Mmmmmm.  Food pile.

Rose, I like you but .... hot dogs in soup?

I get that they were doing what they could with what little they had in a terrible situation.

Hot dogs in soup?


Frijoles charros have hot dogs in them. Just made some last night.
 
2021-09-12 2:36:27 PM  
Is it winter already? The guy in the article says it is. If so, why am I still in my shorts? Nobody ever tells me anything.
 
2021-09-12 2:57:10 PM  

rosekolodny: casual disregard: rosekolodny: Mmmmmm.  Food pile.

Rose, I like you but .... hot dogs in soup?

I get that they were doing what they could with what little they had in a terrible situation.

Hot dogs in soup?

When I was a kid we ate poor-people food called hot dog soup.  It's basically hot dog slices in ketchup water.  No, I'm not going to voluntarily eat that again.


This makes sense to me now; how it could apply to a relationship.
A quick note before you immediately hit the kill switch.  Savannah does not sing off-key. Apart from being a former Marine, Air Traffic Controller, Pole Dancer, and Radio Talk show host, She was classically trained at Julliard. She does not sing off-key, rather she sings perfectly off-key, if that makes it any better:
Hot Dog Soup
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2021-09-12 3:00:47 PM  

majestic: casual disregard: rosekolodny: Mmmmmm.  Food pile.

Rose, I like you but .... hot dogs in soup?

I get that they were doing what they could with what little they had in a terrible situation.

Hot dogs in soup?

Frijoles charros have hot dogs in them. Just made some last night.


I've never had charro beans with hot dogs.
 
2021-09-12 3:09:25 PM  
kimchi jjigae using little other extra than sliced onion and canned tuna (protip: in oil. use the oil to sautee the onion.) is one of my all time favorites. but sure, fresh garlic, fresh ginger, scallion, cilantro if you got that stuff around. guess I could add doenjang or ssamjang, but damson that is already like a lot of extra salt. I do add 7spice but some extrra gochugaru wouldn't go amiss.

and I've definitely added noodles and/or rice more than once.

I can totally see hotdogs SPAM etc. working but never once tried. what actually always seemed strange to me is the cheese?

closest dish of my misspent youth was beanie-weenies. with no other "pork" than the infrequent random tiny cubes of fat what comes in the beans lol, and a couple sliced up chicken or turkey dogs.  maybe served over egg noodles? definitely no cheese. not nearly ambitious enough!
 
2021-09-12 3:11:50 PM  

casual disregard: rosekolodny: Mmmmmm.  Food pile.

Rose, I like you but .... hot dogs in soup?

I get that they were doing what they could with what little they had in a terrible situation.

Hot dogs in soup?


I've been on a Korean food kick lately and can even eat the spicy stuff now. I've been making the classics and hubby has enjoyed everything I've made but he put a hard stop on this dish. I don't like hot dogs or spam, but I was willing to make this dish, but he said that even though he loves hot dogs and spam and american cheese, this dish didn't look like it would work for him. Oh well. I guess the spam can be used in spam musubi, which I do want to try.
 
2021-09-12 3:22:34 PM  
If you are interested in Korean food (which is utterly delicious and much easier to get a handle on than Indian or Thai) then I cannot recommend Maangchi highly enough. Also Aaron and Clair are awesome, especially for quick versions of the classics and multiple recipes using the same ingredients. Seonkyoung Longest is also great, but she has gone vegan now so I only do her older recipes. I'm mostly eating veggies now, but hubby is not ready for that. Maangchi is the queen though, and all her recipes are 100% recommended. I adore her.
 
2021-09-12 3:29:10 PM  

fasahd: Hot Dog Soup


RAD.
 
2021-09-12 3:50:47 PM  

silvervial: casual disregard: rosekolodny: Mmmmmm.  Food pile.

Rose, I like you but .... hot dogs in soup?

I get that they were doing what they could with what little they had in a terrible situation.

Hot dogs in soup?

I've been on a Korean food kick lately and can even eat the spicy stuff now. I've been making the classics and hubby has enjoyed everything I've made but he put a hard stop on this dish. I don't like hot dogs or spam, but I was willing to make this dish, but he said that even though he loves hot dogs and spam and american cheese, this dish didn't look like it would work for him. Oh well. I guess the spam can be used in spam musubi, which I do want to try.


Spam musubi is awesome.
 
2021-09-12 4:08:54 PM  
My recipe additionally calls for a pack of Lucky Strikes and a Hersey bar.
 
2021-09-12 4:16:08 PM  
This here looks like a yummy use of spam.  I really like OMAD's videos - turn on the CC or you won't get to enjoy the little jokes.

스팸 무스비 Spam Musubi
Youtube gwMKwm6Ih9Y
 
2021-09-12 4:25:18 PM  
No
 
2021-09-12 5:34:09 PM  
This is a communal dish that you reach into with your chopsticks and your spoon, which is why it's so good with friends around, and it's what makes it a good example of anju.

Hot damn! A big bowl of shared food that everyone eats out of is just what I'm looking for during this pandemic!
 
2021-09-12 6:22:54 PM  

Smackledorfer: majestic: casual disregard: rosekolodny: Mmmmmm.  Food pile.

Rose, I like you but .... hot dogs in soup?

I get that they were doing what they could with what little they had in a terrible situation.

Hot dogs in soup?

Frijoles charros have hot dogs in them. Just made some last night.

I've never had charro beans with hot dogs.


Then you've never had authentic charro beans. They must have bacon and hot dog slices.
 
2021-09-12 6:42:36 PM  

majestic: Smackledorfer: majestic: casual disregard: rosekolodny: Mmmmmm.  Food pile.

Rose, I like you but .... hot dogs in soup?

I get that they were doing what they could with what little they had in a terrible situation.

Hot dogs in soup?

Frijoles charros have hot dogs in them. Just made some last night.

I've never had charro beans with hot dogs.

Then you've never had authentic charro beans. They must have bacon and hot dog slices.


Nah, I'm pretty sure getting them from various folks on the border in Texas is the right place, short of going to Mexico.

Bacon, ham, chorizo, yes. Hot dogs no.

I'm amazed someone is telling me hot dogs are part of a dish named after Jalisco cowboys. This is a joke, right?

I mean, go ahead and use some beef sausage if you like, it's a very versatile dish, but don't claim your recipe is some OG shiat when it's got hot dogs.
 
2021-09-12 6:43:56 PM  
This is one of those rare dishes where american single slice cheese is actually weirdly delicious? add a slice and it mixes with the chili paste, garlic, and kimchi in a beautiful way. It's become a new favorite winter dish of mine (but definitely go easy on the sodium intake).
 
2021-09-12 6:48:33 PM  

Smackledorfer: majestic: Smackledorfer: majestic: casual disregard: rosekolodny: Mmmmmm.  Food pile.

Rose, I like you but .... hot dogs in soup?

I get that they were doing what they could with what little they had in a terrible situation.

Hot dogs in soup?

Frijoles charros have hot dogs in them. Just made some last night.

I've never had charro beans with hot dogs.

Then you've never had authentic charro beans. They must have bacon and hot dog slices.

Nah, I'm pretty sure getting them from various folks on the border in Texas is the right place, short of going to Mexico.

Bacon, ham, chorizo, yes. Hot dogs no.

I'm amazed someone is telling me hot dogs are part of a dish named after Jalisco cowboys. This is a joke, right?

I mean, go ahead and use some beef sausage if you like, it's a very versatile dish, but don't claim your recipe is some OG shiat when it's got hot dogs.


My wife is a "pata salada". Her mother is from the mountains high above Puerto Vallarta. They always have hot dogs in the beans.  Here is a recipe similar to the ones they make:

https://www.mylatinatable.com/mexican​-​charro-beans-recipe/

I've lived in various parts of Mexico and have never had charro beans that didn't have hot dogs in them. Maybe you are thinking of frijoles borrachos?
 
2021-09-12 7:27:53 PM  
I like to grab about a half dozen bibigo Korean-style dumplings out of the freezer and toss them into my ramen, along with some frozen veggies and maybe an egg (add fewer dumplings if using egg unless you are famished). Seems like I need up my sauce/stew game, IMHO, because the pic in TFA looks yummy to me.
 
2021-09-12 7:31:47 PM  

majestic: Smackledorfer: majestic: Smackledorfer: majestic: casual disregard: rosekolodny: Mmmmmm.  Food pile.

Rose, I like you but .... hot dogs in soup?

I get that they were doing what they could with what little they had in a terrible situation.

Hot dogs in soup?

Frijoles charros have hot dogs in them. Just made some last night.

I've never had charro beans with hot dogs.

Then you've never had authentic charro beans. They must have bacon and hot dog slices.

Nah, I'm pretty sure getting them from various folks on the border in Texas is the right place, short of going to Mexico.

Bacon, ham, chorizo, yes. Hot dogs no.

I'm amazed someone is telling me hot dogs are part of a dish named after Jalisco cowboys. This is a joke, right?

I mean, go ahead and use some beef sausage if you like, it's a very versatile dish, but don't claim your recipe is some OG shiat when it's got hot dogs.

My wife is a "pata salada". Her mother is from the mountains high above Puerto Vallarta. They always have hot dogs in the beans.  Here is a recipe similar to the ones they make:

https://www.mylatinatable.com/mexican-​charro-beans-recipe/

I've lived in various parts of Mexico and have never had charro beans that didn't have hot dogs in them. Maybe you are thinking of frijoles borrachos?


Whatever you say. Hot dogs... Authentic Mexican food?

Okie dokie.

Obviously you can find recipes for charro beans with all varieties of meats. It's a versatile recipe.

Hot dogs aren't authentic Mexican food. They cannot be a key ingredient in an authentic Mexican food. If you're buying ball park franks and cutting them up for charro beans it's not going to be the original stuff.
 
2021-09-12 7:47:19 PM  
I had to go to my step daughter's friends house one day; I had heard repeatedly what a great cajun cook the woman was.

Then she served us her homemade gumbo; it actually had Vienna sausages in it.

Yuck.
 
2021-09-12 7:51:03 PM  

Smackledorfer: majestic: Smackledorfer: majestic: Smackledorfer: majestic: casual disregard: rosekolodny: Mmmmmm.  Food pile.

Rose, I like you but .... hot dogs in soup?

I get that they were doing what they could with what little they had in a terrible situation.

Hot dogs in soup?

Frijoles charros have hot dogs in them. Just made some last night.

I've never had charro beans with hot dogs.

Then you've never had authentic charro beans. They must have bacon and hot dog slices.

Nah, I'm pretty sure getting them from various folks on the border in Texas is the right place, short of going to Mexico.

Bacon, ham, chorizo, yes. Hot dogs no.

I'm amazed someone is telling me hot dogs are part of a dish named after Jalisco cowboys. This is a joke, right?

I mean, go ahead and use some beef sausage if you like, it's a very versatile dish, but don't claim your recipe is some OG shiat when it's got hot dogs.

My wife is a "pata salada". Her mother is from the mountains high above Puerto Vallarta. They always have hot dogs in the beans.  Here is a recipe similar to the ones they make:

https://www.mylatinatable.com/mexican-​charro-beans-recipe/

I've lived in various parts of Mexico and have never had charro beans that didn't have hot dogs in them. Maybe you are thinking of frijoles borrachos?

Whatever you say. Hot dogs... Authentic Mexican food?

Okie dokie.

Obviously you can find recipes for charro beans with all varieties of meats. It's a versatile recipe.

Hot dogs aren't authentic Mexican food. They cannot be a key ingredient in an authentic Mexican food. If you're buying ball park franks and cutting them up for charro beans it's not going to be the original stuff.


That bacon-wrapped hot dog I got in Acapulco over 30 years ago? Not authentic Mexican food, because you say so.

Whatever. I highly doubt you have spent as much time in Mexico as I have, nor visited as many different parts of the country. I have friends from Chiapas to Monterrey and they ALL put hot dogs in their charro beans. You thinking border joints offer authentic recipes is actually funny.  Enjoy your quesalupa, it's authentic!
 
2021-09-12 7:57:33 PM  

majestic: Smackledorfer: majestic: Smackledorfer: majestic: Smackledorfer: majestic: casual disregard: rosekolodny: Mmmmmm.  Food pile.

Rose, I like you but .... hot dogs in soup?

I get that they were doing what they could with what little they had in a terrible situation.

Hot dogs in soup?

Frijoles charros have hot dogs in them. Just made some last night.

I've never had charro beans with hot dogs.

Then you've never had authentic charro beans. They must have bacon and hot dog slices.

Nah, I'm pretty sure getting them from various folks on the border in Texas is the right place, short of going to Mexico.

Bacon, ham, chorizo, yes. Hot dogs no.

I'm amazed someone is telling me hot dogs are part of a dish named after Jalisco cowboys. This is a joke, right?

I mean, go ahead and use some beef sausage if you like, it's a very versatile dish, but don't claim your recipe is some OG shiat when it's got hot dogs.

My wife is a "pata salada". Her mother is from the mountains high above Puerto Vallarta. They always have hot dogs in the beans.  Here is a recipe similar to the ones they make:

https://www.mylatinatable.com/mexican-​charro-beans-recipe/

I've lived in various parts of Mexico and have never had charro beans that didn't have hot dogs in them. Maybe you are thinking of frijoles borrachos?

Whatever you say. Hot dogs... Authentic Mexican food?

Okie dokie.

Obviously you can find recipes for charro beans with all varieties of meats. It's a versatile recipe.

Hot dogs aren't authentic Mexican food. They cannot be a key ingredient in an authentic Mexican food. If you're buying ball park franks and cutting them up for charro beans it's not going to be the original stuff.

That bacon-wrapped hot dog I got in Acapulco over 30 years ago? Not authentic Mexican food, because you say so.

Whatever. I highly doubt you have spent as much time in Mexico as I have, nor visited as many different parts of the country. I have friends from Chiapas to Monterrey and they ALL put hot dogs in their charro beans. You thinking border joints offer authentic recipes is actually funny.  Enjoy your quesalupa, it's authentic!


The existence of modern hot dogs in Mexico thirty years makes them authentically mexican.

I can't argue with your grasp of sausage history and your world traveling. I don't have to have traveled to everywhere in the world in my 40 years to comprehend that the modern hot dog isn't authentic to everywhere that uses them today. I can't believe you are even trying to make such a silly argument.

Your first silly was claiming charro beans MUST have them, as it is not a requirement of the dish. That's a fundamental misunderstanding of recipes in general.

Your second was claiming traditional dishes have modern supermarket hot dogs. That's absurd on it's face.

/They had McDonald's then too. Maybe the hamburger is a Mexican tradition :D
 
2021-09-12 8:01:17 PM  
Oh, and not to mention the concept you threw out here that traditional Mexican food doesn't exist in places like Texas and the Rio Grande Valley or El Paso. Those places were no doubt originally named by Yum Foods I'm sure, and nobody with any connection to Mexico lives there today.  Feel free to go to those places and tell them they are taco bell.

;)
 
2021-09-12 8:11:05 PM  

Smackledorfer: Oh, and not to mention the concept you threw out here that traditional Mexican food doesn't exist in places like Texas and the Rio Grande Valley or El Paso. Those places were no doubt originally named by Yum Foods I'm sure, and nobody with any connection to Mexico lives there today.  Feel free to go to those places and tell them they are taco bell.

;)


Meh, whatever. Can't believe I'm arguing about charro beans. Think I'll head out to Chuy's for some authentic Mexican food.
 
2021-09-12 8:13:45 PM  

Smackledorfer: majestic: casual disregard: rosekolodny: Mmmmmm.  Food pile.

Rose, I like you but .... hot dogs in soup?

I get that they were doing what they could with what little they had in a terrible situation.

Hot dogs in soup?

Frijoles charros have hot dogs in them. Just made some last night.

I've never had charro beans with hot dogs.


But have you ever smelled them?
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2021-09-12 8:20:45 PM  

Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: Hot damn! A big bowl of shared food that everyone eats out of is just what I'm looking for during this pandemic!


Remember when people used to put candles on a birthday cake and then have the guest of honor BLOW on the cake to put them out?  It was a pretty crazy time.
 
2021-09-12 10:04:35 PM  

Smackledorfer: Whatever you say. Hot dogs... Authentic Mexican food?

Okie dokie.

Obviously you can find recipes for charro beans with all varieties of meats. It's a versatile recipe.

Hot dogs aren't authentic Mexican food. They cannot be a key ingredient in an authentic Mexican food. If you're buying ball park franks and cutting them up for charro beans it's not going to be the original stuff.


Randomly clicked a few results for "frijoles charros mexicanos receta" and "salchichas" seems to be a pretty common ingredient in addition to chorizo. I dunno what salchicha implies in Mexico but I'm sorta Rican and I immediately think of this:

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Chop 'em in half and put 'em in yellow rice. I'm not joking:
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2021-09-12 10:20:33 PM  

IHadMeAVision: Smackledorfer: Whatever you say. Hot dogs... Authentic Mexican food?

Okie dokie.

Obviously you can find recipes for charro beans with all varieties of meats. It's a versatile recipe.

Hot dogs aren't authentic Mexican food. They cannot be a key ingredient in an authentic Mexican food. If you're buying ball park franks and cutting them up for charro beans it's not going to be the original stuff.

Randomly clicked a few results for "frijoles charros mexicanos receta" and "salchichas" seems to be a pretty common ingredient in addition to chorizo. I dunno what salchicha implies in Mexico but I'm sorta Rican and I immediately think of this:

[Fark user image image 425x498]
Chop 'em in half and put 'em in yellow rice. I'm not joking:[Fark user image image 425x283]


Sausages come in all kinds and throughout the history of many cultures.

Hot dogs are a subset/spinoff of frankfurters, which really only made it to our continent around a little over a 100 years ago.

If a take on a German sausage is part of an authentic dish that one can only find in Mexico (per majestic's grand claims) within the last century... Well that's a helluva new definition of authentic for someone to play food purist with.
 
2021-09-12 10:22:57 PM  

Smackledorfer: Your second was claiming traditional dishes have modern supermarket hot dogs. That's absurd on it's face.


Also, between the popularity of accordions in Mexican music and having a national hero named Frida Kahlo FFS, I'm pretty sure the Frankfurter might have made its way to México somewhere along the way.
 
2021-09-12 10:31:03 PM  
Oh, Asian menudo.

The local Korean restaurants here serve kimche jjgae -- good stuff, but burns all the way through your digestive tract.
 
2021-09-12 10:32:29 PM  
Budge Jjigae is good surprisingly good stuff.
Made authentically, it contains Vienna sausages and or Spam.
 
2021-09-12 10:45:52 PM  

Smackledorfer: Whatever you say. Hot dogs... Authentic Mexican food?

Okie dokie.

Obviously you can find recipes for charro beans with all varieties of meats. It's a versatile recipe.

Hot dogs aren't authentic Mexican food. They cannot be a key ingredient in an authentic Mexican food. If you're buying ball park franks and cutting them up for charro beans it's not going to be the original stuff.


Sonoran dog says what?

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2021-09-12 11:22:20 PM  

Smackledorfer: IHadMeAVision: Smackledorfer: Whatever you say. Hot dogs... Authentic Mexican food?

Okie dokie.

Obviously you can find recipes for charro beans with all varieties of meats. It's a versatile recipe.

Hot dogs aren't authentic Mexican food. They cannot be a key ingredient in an authentic Mexican food. If you're buying ball park franks and cutting them up for charro beans it's not going to be the original stuff.

Randomly clicked a few results for "frijoles charros mexicanos receta" and "salchichas" seems to be a pretty common ingredient in addition to chorizo. I dunno what salchicha implies in Mexico but I'm sorta Rican and I immediately think of this:

[Fark user image image 425x498]
Chop 'em in half and put 'em in yellow rice. I'm not joking:[Fark user image image 425x283]

Sausages come in all kinds and throughout the history of many cultures.

Hot dogs are a subset/spinoff of frankfurters, which really only made it to our continent around a little over a 100 years ago.

If a take on a German sausage is part of an authentic dish that one can only find in Mexico (per majestic's grand claims) within the last century... Well that's a helluva new definition of authentic for someone to play food purist with.


Dude, I never said you couldn't get authentic frijoles charros anywhere other than deep in Mexico. I just made some yesterday right here in Arkansas. And it's wild that you think the Germans who started brewing beer in Mexico in the 1850s didn't also have frankfurters. You are just a dope, so piss up a rope.
 
2021-09-12 11:28:13 PM  

majestic: Smackledorfer: IHadMeAVision: Smackledorfer: Whatever you say. Hot dogs... Authentic Mexican food?

Okie dokie.

Obviously you can find recipes for charro beans with all varieties of meats. It's a versatile recipe.

Hot dogs aren't authentic Mexican food. They cannot be a key ingredient in an authentic Mexican food. If you're buying ball park franks and cutting them up for charro beans it's not going to be the original stuff.

Randomly clicked a few results for "frijoles charros mexicanos receta" and "salchichas" seems to be a pretty common ingredient in addition to chorizo. I dunno what salchicha implies in Mexico but I'm sorta Rican and I immediately think of this:

[Fark user image image 425x498]
Chop 'em in half and put 'em in yellow rice. I'm not joking:[Fark user image image 425x283]

Sausages come in all kinds and throughout the history of many cultures.

Hot dogs are a subset/spinoff of frankfurters, which really only made it to our continent around a little over a 100 years ago.

If a take on a German sausage is part of an authentic dish that one can only find in Mexico (per majestic's grand claims) within the last century... Well that's a helluva new definition of authentic for someone to play food purist with.

Dude, I never said you couldn't get authentic frijoles charros anywhere other than deep in Mexico. I just made some yesterday right here in Arkansas. And it's wild that you think the Germans who started brewing beer in Mexico in the 1850s didn't also have frankfurters. You are just a dope, so piss up a rope.


You claimed there wasn't authentic Mexican food on the southern border and implied it was just taco bell stuff.

"You thinking border joints offer authentic recipes is actually funny. Enjoy your quesalupa, it's authentic!"

Why lie like this and hope nobody reads the thread?
 
2021-09-13 12:00:17 AM  

Smackledorfer: majestic: Smackledorfer: IHadMeAVision: Smackledorfer: Whatever you say. Hot dogs... Authentic Mexican food?

Okie dokie.

Obviously you can find recipes for charro beans with all varieties of meats. It's a versatile recipe.

Hot dogs aren't authentic Mexican food. They cannot be a key ingredient in an authentic Mexican food. If you're buying ball park franks and cutting them up for charro beans it's not going to be the original stuff.

Randomly clicked a few results for "frijoles charros mexicanos receta" and "salchichas" seems to be a pretty common ingredient in addition to chorizo. I dunno what salchicha implies in Mexico but I'm sorta Rican and I immediately think of this:

[Fark user image image 425x498]
Chop 'em in half and put 'em in yellow rice. I'm not joking:[Fark user image image 425x283]

Sausages come in all kinds and throughout the history of many cultures.

Hot dogs are a subset/spinoff of frankfurters, which really only made it to our continent around a little over a 100 years ago.

If a take on a German sausage is part of an authentic dish that one can only find in Mexico (per majestic's grand claims) within the last century... Well that's a helluva new definition of authentic for someone to play food purist with.

Dude, I never said you couldn't get authentic frijoles charros anywhere other than deep in Mexico. I just made some yesterday right here in Arkansas. And it's wild that you think the Germans who started brewing beer in Mexico in the 1850s didn't also have frankfurters. You are just a dope, so piss up a rope.

You claimed there wasn't authentic Mexican food on the southern border and implied it was just taco bell stuff.

"You thinking border joints offer authentic recipes is actually funny. Enjoy your quesalupa, it's authentic!"

Why lie like this and hope nobody reads the thread?


Um, no. YOU claimed that you were the expert on authentic Mexican food from your experience in whatever border town(s) you have visited. I pointed out that I have traveled throughout Mexico extensively, and lived there for a while, and this PARTICULAR dish always has hot dogs in it. If you think that a burrito from Pedro's in Donna is remotely the same type of "food" you'd find in Cuernavaca, well, you are stupid. Sorry.

You also seem to think the frankfurter didn't arrive in North America until 100 years ago. What kind of stupid is that? Nathan's Famous is older than that and were hardly the first to make a hot dog.
 
2021-09-13 12:06:54 AM  

majestic: Smackledorfer: majestic: Smackledorfer: IHadMeAVision: Smackledorfer: Whatever you say. Hot dogs... Authentic Mexican food?

Okie dokie.

Obviously you can find recipes for charro beans with all varieties of meats. It's a versatile recipe.

Hot dogs aren't authentic Mexican food. They cannot be a key ingredient in an authentic Mexican food. If you're buying ball park franks and cutting them up for charro beans it's not going to be the original stuff.

Randomly clicked a few results for "frijoles charros mexicanos receta" and "salchichas" seems to be a pretty common ingredient in addition to chorizo. I dunno what salchicha implies in Mexico but I'm sorta Rican and I immediately think of this:

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Chop 'em in half and put 'em in yellow rice. I'm not joking:[Fark user image image 425x283]

Sausages come in all kinds and throughout the history of many cultures.

Hot dogs are a subset/spinoff of frankfurters, which really only made it to our continent around a little over a 100 years ago.

If a take on a German sausage is part of an authentic dish that one can only find in Mexico (per majestic's grand claims) within the last century... Well that's a helluva new definition of authentic for someone to play food purist with.

Dude, I never said you couldn't get authentic frijoles charros anywhere other than deep in Mexico. I just made some yesterday right here in Arkansas. And it's wild that you think the Germans who started brewing beer in Mexico in the 1850s didn't also have frankfurters. You are just a dope, so piss up a rope.

You claimed there wasn't authentic Mexican food on the southern border and implied it was just taco bell stuff.

"You thinking border joints offer authentic recipes is actually funny. Enjoy your quesalupa, it's authentic!"

Why lie like this and hope nobody reads the thread?

Um, no. YOU claimed that you were the expert on authentic Mexican food from your experience in whatever border town(s) you have visited. I pointed out that I have traveled throughout Mexico extensively, and lived there for a while,


You're a liar. I never claimed to be an expert. You cited your own expertise and then accused me of not have any experience with Mexican food.

The posts are all still up for you to reread.

And Jesus H Christ, this all stemmed from me simply saying hadn't had charro beans with hot dogs and you immediately going off about your expertise and experience.

I can't believe you need to lie this much about your own posts in a thread about charro beans. If you can't be honest there is no point in further conversation.
 
2021-09-13 12:15:23 AM  

Smackledorfer: majestic: Smackledorfer: majestic: Smackledorfer: IHadMeAVision: Smackledorfer: Whatever you say. Hot dogs... Authentic Mexican food?

Okie dokie.

Obviously you can find recipes for charro beans with all varieties of meats. It's a versatile recipe.

Hot dogs aren't authentic Mexican food. They cannot be a key ingredient in an authentic Mexican food. If you're buying ball park franks and cutting them up for charro beans it's not going to be the original stuff.

Randomly clicked a few results for "frijoles charros mexicanos receta" and "salchichas" seems to be a pretty common ingredient in addition to chorizo. I dunno what salchicha implies in Mexico but I'm sorta Rican and I immediately think of this:

[Fark user image image 425x498]
Chop 'em in half and put 'em in yellow rice. I'm not joking:[Fark user image image 425x283]

Sausages come in all kinds and throughout the history of many cultures.

Hot dogs are a subset/spinoff of frankfurters, which really only made it to our continent around a little over a 100 years ago.

If a take on a German sausage is part of an authentic dish that one can only find in Mexico (per majestic's grand claims) within the last century... Well that's a helluva new definition of authentic for someone to play food purist with.

Dude, I never said you couldn't get authentic frijoles charros anywhere other than deep in Mexico. I just made some yesterday right here in Arkansas. And it's wild that you think the Germans who started brewing beer in Mexico in the 1850s didn't also have frankfurters. You are just a dope, so piss up a rope.

You claimed there wasn't authentic Mexican food on the southern border and implied it was just taco bell stuff.

"You thinking border joints offer authentic recipes is actually funny. Enjoy your quesalupa, it's authentic!"

Why lie like this and hope nobody reads the thread?

Um, no. YOU claimed that you were the expert on authentic Mexican food from your experience in whatever border town(s) you have visited ...



Nah, I'm pretty sure getting them from various folks on the border in Texas is the right place, short of going to Mexico.

You know what? You are correct! You admitted to not knowing jack shiat about authentic Mexican food right there and I just glossed over it. If I can locate where you admit to not knowing jack shiat about how long hot dogs have been around, you'll be totally vindicated.
 
2021-09-13 12:34:11 AM  

IHadMeAVision: Smackledorfer: Whatever you say. Hot dogs... Authentic Mexican food?

Okie dokie.

Obviously you can find recipes for charro beans with all varieties of meats. It's a versatile recipe.

Hot dogs aren't authentic Mexican food. They cannot be a key ingredient in an authentic Mexican food. If you're buying ball park franks and cutting them up for charro beans it's not going to be the original stuff.

Randomly clicked a few results for "frijoles charros mexicanos receta" and "salchichas" seems to be a pretty common ingredient in addition to chorizo. I dunno what salchicha implies in Mexico but I'm sorta Rican and I immediately think of this:

[Fark user image 425x498]
Chop 'em in half and put 'em in yellow rice. I'm not joking:[Fark user image 425x283]


aw c'mon at least get it right

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/ah keed, ah keed!
 
2021-09-13 12:36:41 AM  

casual disregard: rosekolodny: Mmmmmm.  Food pile.

Rose, I like you but .... hot dogs in soup?

I get that they were doing what they could with what little they had in a terrible situation.

Hot dogs in soup?


I've made a dish with a tomato sauce and hotdogs that wasn't that far from a soup, boiled eggs in it and served it with wedges of toasted bread. It was delicious.
 
2021-09-13 12:49:48 AM  

majestic: My wife is a "pata salada". Her mother is from the mountains high above Puerto Vallarta. They always have hot dogs in the beans.  Here is a recipe similar to the ones they make:

https://www.mylatinatable.com/mexican-​charro-beans-recipe/

I've lived in various parts of Mexico and have never had charro beans that didn't have hot dogs in them. Maybe you are thinking of frijoles borrachos?


interesting about the -

In some parts of Mexico they add pork rinds and beer to change the flavor up a little bit.

'cos we had some recent thread, possibly about ramen, and someone mentioned adding pork rinds?

also, oblig. Borrachio ;-)

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/also TIL Pata Salada, and is always a good day when I learn a new word!
 
2021-09-13 12:54:50 AM  

robodog: I've made a dish with a tomato sauce and hotdogs that wasn't that far from a soup, boiled eggs in it and served it with wedges of toasted bread. It was delicious.


would totally eat that! reducing uova in purgatorio / shakshuka to my nostalgia of 5yo.-me/dad-foods' days of yore, I like it!

/esp. if the eggs are still a bit runny
 
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