dealsham dogger - make a hot dog-shaped hamburger for…

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Too funny! I saw this the other day on the Rachel Ray show and she was like freaking out over how cool it was then she proceeded to stick it down her shirt...that's a whole other update/comment.

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I've been making these without the aid of a device for years. This will make my life much easier. And perhaps my wife wont be grossed out by my "hambur-dogs" anymore.

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I seem to remember 7-11 having some form of Burger Dogs many years ago...

(brief Google search later)

And not it looks like it's back (or was, whatever).
http://slyoyster.com/foodanddrink/2008/a-bad-idea-gone-horribly-awry/

I'm so out of the loop...

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I prefer to have all of my meats in tube form. Turkey, bacon, hamburger, pastrami, roast beef, pot roast...

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I just buy the cheeseburger dogs from the corner gas station. They have the chili and cheese topping right there, as well as the chopped onion that comes in ketchup packets. And yes, I know it's redundant to put liquid cheese on a cheeseburger dog.

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so you can make tube steaks with this?

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if you're interested in this one check eBay for slightly lower price....under $10 total.

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@suludance: Bet you can, but the creamy filling would be a whole other trick...

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Am I missing something? How hard is it to form ground beef into a hot dog shape. Seriously, who comes up with this stuff . . . no, who comes up with this stuff and is able to convince someone else that it is a good idea to produce.