3.30.2009

The Chikche'weinerger

Imagine back to college
it's nearly the end of finals
you haven't gone grocery shopping in weeks...
you open the fridge and find the same old boring conventional food.
what to do.
variety is much needed to make up for the mundane essay writing.
sigh. what to do.
you got chik'n patties, onion flavor hamburger buns, cheddar cheese
but still, more is needed to make this dinner something exciting.
wait, remember those turkey dogs in the back of the fridge? and the lack of hot dog buns?
you DID keep those weiners for a good reason...

to make a Chikche'weinerger!

fake chicken patty, cheddar cheese, dijon mustard, pickle chips, red onion, turkey dog (which is essential), and an onion hamburger bun - this sucker is a flavor bombardment with slippery cheese that just wont quit. I suggest EVERYONE start putting hot dogs on their hamburgers. It's time these two meat mediums combine forces and attack our insides with deliciousness. Mmm hmm.

51 comments:

  1. Hi JoJoJoJo!

    When strolling through your blog and looking at all these American-style, high-calorie burgers, sandwiches or toasts I really must say: I'm glad to life at Germany and can make my choice among dozens of great German types of wholemeal bread...
    No offense & enjoy your next breadxbread...
    Uwe.

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  2. oh yummy!! congrats on being named a "Blog of Note" !!

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  3. Congratutlations on being choosen a "Blog of Note"

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  4. Congratutlations on being choosen a "Blog of Note"

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  5. Congrats on being blog of the day.

    Your photos are making me hungry ... very nice.

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  6. does sound good . i think the name could do with some minor tweaking . actually I heard facebook's mr suckerberg's is working part time as an advertising intern (incase / when he gets fired for making negative quantities of liquidity) so possibly facebook-email him : )

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  7. WHen we were in Mexico I fell in love with their hamburgers which included a slice of ham! Yummy!

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  8. Your blog makes me hungry. I want to go make a sandwich, especially an unusual one. :P

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  9. wa o,how much bread,haha.it looks like so delicious.en...I think you should come to China, where there is more delicious food. Eastern, western, southern, a lot of dishes, the taste is not the same. Ah very magical. Very good. My English is not very good, so I hope you can understand.

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  10. Congrats on being today's Blog of Note! That's how I found you. Love your blog, as I am a huge fan of sandwiches - all kinds. My ingredient of the month is pickled jalepenos.

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  11. Let me tell you ... I'm reading along, and then BAM! you get to the hotdogs, and I laugh out loud. Still chuckling. What a wonderful love affair with sandwiches ... food ... life. I'm feeling you. Your love for your subject is just so real. congrats on making Blog of Note.

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  12. lol. that is amazing. will have to build one of those this weekend.

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  13. I just might have to try this. Turkey Franks are fairly cheap and are lower in calorie count then these basic "fat logs".

    But, call me crazy, I prefer to eat sandwiches/burgers with a fork and knife.

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  14. Ha! That's awesome! The name, the idea, everything. I totally need to start doing stuff like that. I tend to leave things in the fridge too long and they go bad. Maybe if I'm more creative with how I could use the stuff, that'd happen less. Also, I need to find some pickles like that. They look delicious.

    I talk about food sometimes on my blog, but I've not done a sandwich yet. Maybe I will soon. You've inspired me. :)

    Cheers,
    nanobri of nanobri.blogspot.com

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  15. good!

    I from china .

    my blog :

    http://hdywsj.blogspot.com/

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  16. good!

    I from china .

    my blog :

    http://hdywsj.blogspot.com/

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  17. I was wondering when this would happen. It has, and now I don't have to hide in my shower while i eat these at home.

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  18. i usually eat bacon with fried eggs during my college days.

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  19. Blog of Note, man - congrats.

    "Saigon Sandwiches" - that's gotta be bahn mi, right?

    Can't wait for that...

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  20. ok well i am going to lunch now. great blog.

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  21. Hey, you have a great blog here! I'm definitely going to bookmark you!
    ccent

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  26. Blog of note! Congrats! Ironic that I've been struggling with my lunch menus and I stumble across your blog! Wonderful, thanks for the ideas.

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  27. That's insane, but totally something I would do ...

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  28. mmmm...you are making my inner fat kid drool...tell me more!

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  29. You are my hero... that looks amazing! I just ate a whole pan of cinnamon rolls and you somehow made me hungry.

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  30. Oh boy! Don't show my husband this or he will be making these at home!

    :-)
    Sheryl

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  31. I think I've died and gone to my greasy sandwich heaven!

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  32. You seem to really really like bread... it's very nice to come across people who really enjoy food in this way. Enjoy :)

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  33. I'm not in college yet, but I think home schooling allows room for the same situation. On a daily basis, I meander through my kitchen in search of something interesting to eat.
    Yesterday, upon stumbling across your blog, I decided you are insane. And then I realized I had practically everything to make this...thing.

    With a few minor adjustments, but the same basic idea, I came out with this:

    http://s196.photobucket.com/albums/aa8/erinlovestumor/?action=view&current=0402091155.jpg

    Not too shabby, I must say.

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  34. Great site. Congrats on being Blog of Note.

    http://rebeccalynchphotography.blogspot.com/

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  36. That is so very, very impressive. And inspiring. Dinner tonight shall be interesting.

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  37. As someone who ate cheese quesadillas every other night of my college career I envy your creativity. While I feel like a better name might exist for your creation, I stil applaud your ingenuity.

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  38. wow, hot dogs in a burger, why hasn't anyone come up with that before!
    i myself am not a big fan of hot dogs, mainly because it's not very healthy.
    but i applaud your creativity!

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  39. It lacks the chicken, but Lute's in Yuma AZ has a special that's a cheeseburger with a hot dog on it. When we visit my husband's family, my husband always HAS to have one of these!

    http://www.lutescasino.com/menu.html

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  40. wow, hot dog sandwhich...the crowd goes wild! hey you live in L.A you two sandwich dynamos. Check out Joe Peep's in North HOllywood. they have pizza mainly but the sandwiches are ABSURD!

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  41. Great blog, great ideas. But I say nothing beats: sliced banana, crispy bacon shards, and crunchy peanut butter on toasted whole grain bread, like Alfaro's Hearty 6 Grain. Once you've tried this, you'll never go back to a boring PB&J.

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