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Sunday, December 13, 2009

Super Duper Weenie, Part Deux.

We started Hot Dog Week with Super Duper Weenie, it is only right to end Hot Dog Week with Super Duper Weenie.  Hope everyone enjoyed this as much as I did.  Feel free to recommend any other themed weeks that you would like to see. 

Here is the lunch and story enjoyed by the dynamic duo of Hank and GRPD, through Hank's point of view...

"Let’s take a moment to look back in history, when great rivals joined together for the common good. The Russians and the U.S. teaming up to defeat the Nazis. The Irish joining the Scottish (featuring Mel Gibson) to fight sir Edward the Longshanks. Rocky and Apollo Creed training to beat Mr. T. Pedroia and Jeter sharing the middle infield on team USA. Captain Barbosa and Captain Jack Sparrow. Larry Bird and Magic Johnson on the dream team. Well ladies and gentleman… HANK AND GRPD STRIKE BACK.

Hot Dog Week is much like Shark Week. The best week of the year. With that, we had to put aside our differences of me being the strikingly handsome and dominant Irishman and GRDP being an average looking feeble Italian.
In case you are wondering, stitching bears laced with KPMG propaganda all over them stirs up quite an appetite. On the drive from Stamford to Bridgeport only one venue could satisfy our appetite. SUPER DUPER WEENIE.
Hitting this world famous establishment (possible hyperbole) right a lunch time was a bit of a mistake. Rushed and starving we naively only ordered one dog each. For myself, A Dixie Dog consisting of a dog, Chili and Cole Slaw. For GRPD, a Georgia Redhot consisting of ¼ LB Spicy Southern Sausage with Sauerkraut, mustard and the house sweet relish. This order was also made with a large order of fries. Round 1 of Hank & GRPD versus Super Duper below.



While the likes of this order may have satisfied and probably sickened your average E&Y employee, Hank and GRPD only ate enough to realize we were hungry. With the latecomer Rob Wolfe showing up, we strategically cut the line for round two and added our second round to his order. Cheeky indeed. After ordering one dog each the first round we knew that we both needed to order two in the second round. We will say however, that as purists of the lunch community and original subscribers to this blog we did not feel the need to push the envelope of ridiculous luncheons to the point where we wouldn’t enjoy our feast. So we partly got back to basics. What’s more American than a standard hot-dog with ketchup. We both ordered a plain hot dog round two. Joining with Big Rob, we ordered three California Dogs consisting of dogs, cheese, chili, raw onions and hot relish. Round 2 is featured below.




As you would expect, pure domination occurred. I don’t think Phil # 14 would have been able to attend because we finish our meals in one sitting. But nonetheless, despite the dirty and disgusted looks from onlookers and health enthusiasts alike, the result of Hank & GRPD versus Super Duper Weenie is below.




Until next time.


Hank

P.S. if there are any post hot dog week blues in the coming months, Hank and GRPD extend an open invite to challenge us in a team based mange-off. But we know your scared."

Here is a bonus dog from their trip on Friday.  The Chicagoan.


26 comments:

  1. Is that a veggie dog? Not impressed.

    - DW

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  2. DW

    If we are talking about the Chicagoan. That's a dog with lettuce, tomato, mustard, celery salt, hot relish & pickle. 1 of 16 hot dogs that we consumed during HDW. Sometimes it's nice to change things up.

    Please share a post of your own and introduce yourself to the blog.

    Tanks

    -GRPD

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  3. No need to get upset sonny. It was just a joke. I like hot dogs and grew up in the Ohio, I just hate Chicago style hot dogs. I will post after the holidays after I buy you a vowel for your name. Just kidding sonny.

    -DW

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  4. That's Chazz to you Cologino. I'm looking forward to your post.

    -GRPD

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  6. Well don't start looking for it until after the new year.

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  7. Is it me, or do all of the hot dogs in the second picture not looked cooked? Are they that busy during lunch that they jeopardize the quality of their product?

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  8. They do look a little bland and colorless. I don't think Super Duper is as good as everyone thinks it is. Personally I think they are a little overrated. Sorry Fairfield County, but Pete's in Newburgh is much better.

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  9. You watch your tongue. Super Duper weenies are meant to be enjoyed, not inhaled like your average lunch pailian meal.

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  10. I doesn't matter if I inhale them, stare at them for 5 minutes in between bites, or eat them with a fork and knife. It is not the best hot dog I have had. Don't get me wrong, they are good and I like them, but I think they are overrated by the people of fairfield county.

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  11. I could only eat 30 of these dogs in one sitting.

    - Joey Chestnut

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  12. I could do 31

    - Kobayashi

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  13. I could probably do 114.

    -Hank

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  14. Look at how sloppy SDW is compared to Pete's. Pete's has pride in what they serve, they dont big league their customers like SDW has done since being on tv and serve sloppy, pale, dogs.

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  15. And Hank, there is nothing more un-american than putting ketchup on a hot dog.

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  16. Joey and Takeru-

    Let me say it is an honor to receive your feedback. Any predictions for next years competition?

    For the record, the flash caused an optical illusion. Those dogs were cooked just fine. The only thing they are missing is the "snap".

    I could do 115,

    -GRPD

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  17. Lunch Pail,

    Saying ketchup as a topping is un-american is about as sensible as saying Tiger Woods is a loyal husband. You keep this up and I am going to have to demand a vote to replace you as blog runner with someone fit for office.

    Ketchup is un-american.... hogwash.

    -Hank

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  18. Hank vs GRPD in the ultimate SDW battle. First to eat every hot dog on the menu in one sitting wins.

    You in?

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  19. Ketchup is great, I love ketchup. I even put ketchup on my chocolate chip pancakes. I just feel it is not the appropriate topping for a hot dog.

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  20. I admit, I am an extremely picky eater. No dice on the whole menu, however, I will go for a battle of mass consumption. Say, plain dogs with ketchup? Winner decides whether they are "american" or not.

    -Hank

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  21. This is true. I witnessed Lunch Pail eat CCP with ketchup with my own eyes. It was amazing.

    -GRPD

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  22. "You know what makes me really sick to my stomach? It's watching you stuff your face with those hotdogs! Nobody - I mean nobody puts ketchup on a hot dog!"
    - Dirty Harry

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  23. Mustard Sucks

    -Hank

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  24. sometimes (when im home alone) i rub ketchup allll over my body and pretend im a hot dog.

    -Hank

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  25. Thank you sunter for giving me a reason to move from anonymous posting to a profile.

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  26. Pete's, Pete's, Pete's!

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