|Karen received third degree burns for not using the oven gloves again|
Have you ever noticed how the more you pay for food the smaller the portions get? Maybe I am wrong and in a fancy restaurant the portions stay the same but the plates get bigger? All I know is when I leave I have spent £100 on dinner and I am still hungry. I bet that never happened in The Ruby!
|In the 70's it was impossible to eat dinner without it having hair and cigarette ash in it|
This week, in the Canadian version of the popular worldwide show. Some familiar faces turned up to help the judges along with their latest round of oven antics.
So what better way to celebrate this momentous occasion than to present to you the ultimate chili cheese dog recipe! Nowhere in the world will you find one better. I know this for a fact in as much as I trawled the internet and looked at dozens of recipes and they are all pretty much the same so there for my guarentee is sound and safe from legal ramifications.
|Captain Fred Lungs and William Skirting-Board invented the first waffle iron in 1953|
YOU WILL NEED
A house with a kitchen - preferably your own
2 Teaspoons of olive oil
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1 Chopped clove of garlic
1 Tablespoon of chili powder
2 Teaspoons of smoked paprika
1/2 Teaspoon of ground cumin
1/4 Teaspoon of cayenne pepper
12 Ounces of ground beef
1 can of chopped tomatoes
1 Cup of tomato sauce
1 Teaspoon of Worcestershire sauce
Salt to taste
8 Hot Dogs
8 Hot Dog buns
Grated Cheddar Cheese, chopped red onion and jalapenos to garnish
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there are no fingerprints left at the scene of
1. Heat the olive oil over a medium heat, add the onion and garlic, cook until translucent (takes about 4-6 minutes). Stir in the chili powder, smoked paprika, ground cumin and cayenne pepper. Cook until fragrant.
2. Add the ground beef and brown off, break up the meat into small pieces with a wooden spoon whilst cooking. Stir in the diced tomatoes, tomato sauce and Worcestershire sauce and bring to a simmer. Continue to cook for a further 15 minutes until thickened. Add salt to taste.
3. Heat a grill to a moderate temperature whilst the chili simmers, prick the hot dogs so the skins do not burst and grill until golden brown colour and slightly swollen. Should take around 5-7 minutes.
4. Place hot dogs into the buns and spoon over heaps of chili. Garnish with cheese, red onion and jalapenos to suit.
5. Eat until finished
7. Say "Pardon the Parsnips"
8. Repeat steps 1 - 7
So there you have it, the perfect unofficial Corner Gas dinner. I must go all this hot dog talk has made me peckish. Unfortunately, it's Sunday and being British I am duty bound to have a roast dinner or the Queen will put me in the tower. Again.
|Uncle McDingle came to dinner wearing a kilt in 1976 and was never found again|