Appareil à Hot Dog

I saw this at Darty tonight and it made me laugh. A hot dog in a baguette is just wrong.

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  • http://doubledouble-petitcafe.blogspot.com/ Steph

    I don’t know, the baguette gives the hot dog a certain edge. I wouldn’t be so bold as to suggest it is superior to your standard Ball Park fare, however, it holds its own…

    Stephs last blog post..2008

  • http://doubledouble-petitcafe.blogspot.com Steph

    I don’t know, the baguette gives the hot dog a certain edge. I wouldn’t be so bold as to suggest it is superior to your standard Ball Park fare, however, it holds its own…

    Stephs last blog post..2008

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  • http://theduchessofearl.blogspot.com/ Rachelle

    What does that machine do, exactly? I don’t mind the dog in the baguette, and think it would be extra good with some chili on top, but what I wouldn’t do for a ball park dog!

    Rachelles last blog post..Bon Voyage, Claude Berri…

  • http://theduchessofearl.blogspot.com/ Rachelle

    What does that machine do, exactly? I don’t mind the dog in the baguette, and think it would be extra good with some chili on top, but what I wouldn’t do for a ball park dog!

    Rachelles last blog post..Bon Voyage, Claude Berri…

  • http://cpaphilblog.com/ Marie Isabelle

    Quelle Horreur!!! I agree with Rachelle.. there is only hope with heaps of chili:)

    Marie Isabelles last blog post..Roman Mustard Makers

  • http://cpaphilblog.com Marie Isabelle

    Quelle Horreur!!! I agree with Rachelle.. there is only hope with heaps of chili:)

    Marie Isabelles last blog post..Roman Mustard Makers

  • http://www.ielanguages.com Jennie Wagner

    @Rachelle: It heats up the hot dogs inside the middle section, and then you jam the baguettes on the metal spears to make a hole inside them where the hot dogs go.

    Baguettes just seem too classy (and might I add hard and crunchy) to be associated with hot dogs.

  • http://www.ielanguages.com Jennie

    @Rachelle: It heats up the hot dogs inside the middle section, and then you jam the baguettes on the metal spears to make a hole inside them where the hot dogs go.

    Baguettes just seem too classy (and might I add hard and crunchy) to be associated with hot dogs.

  • http://twentyeighthofmay.wordpress.com/ Sally

    What’s ‘Ball Park’?

    Sallys last blog post..Ciao belli!

  • http://twentyeighthofmay.wordpress.com Sally

    What’s ‘Ball Park’?

    Sallys last blog post..Ciao belli!

  • http://frenchtoastpainperdu.blogspot.com/ Gem

    The best hot dog I’ve ever had was made with a baguette in France… It was like 6 years ago and I can’t stop raving! It was made with mayonnaise, mustard, lettuce, tomato, and fries on top. Doesn’t sound much like a hot dog, I know, but it was wonderful! At one time I actually thought about writing a book chronicling the different hot dogs I ate in France (seriously).

  • http://frenchtoastpainperdu.blogspot.com Gem

    The best hot dog I’ve ever had was made with a baguette in France… It was like 6 years ago and I can’t stop raving! It was made with mayonnaise, mustard, lettuce, tomato, and fries on top. Doesn’t sound much like a hot dog, I know, but it was wonderful! At one time I actually thought about writing a book chronicling the different hot dogs I ate in France (seriously).

  • http://www.correresmidestino.com/ Zhu

    I just always think of the Cité de La Peur movie (see it if you haven`t!) when I see a hot dog, baguette or not!

    Zhus last blog post..Lake Titicaca – Bolivia

  • http://www.correresmidestino.com Zhu

    I just always think of the Cité de La Peur movie (see it if you haven`t!) when I see a hot dog, baguette or not!

    Zhus last blog post..Lake Titicaca – Bolivia

  • TCK

    Actually, those are to die for. Parents were American and British, we grew up in France and loved those. It’s either that or brioche buns.

  • barb

    No in chamonix france there was women with one tool like this. she would stick half baguette on tool heat inside put a great mustard inside then hot dog. best ever.

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