You would be surprised how many people search my blog for “how to microwave hot dogs”. So I have been revising my hot dog making craft over the last year and decided to post my new method of cooking / boiling / microwaving hot dogs.
First get 2 glass bowls, one is the size of the hotdogs and the other is just acting as a weight. Second fill the bowl about 1/3 up with water. Third insert your hotdogs.
Now insert the small bowl on the hot dogs this will keep the hotdogs under the water to boil the them. Set the microwave for 4:00 on high and hit start. Then they should be done. Also, the bowls will be hot!
Another hotdog eating tip: When eating crappy hotdogs, try adding lots of Tabasco!
Have you ever made a hot dog in the microwave? Do you like boiled hot dogs? Why not do both? That is what I did today. This is very hard so make sure to follow all the directions. 1) Purchase hot dogs, 2) Find microwave, 3) Fill bowl with water, 4) Put bowl in microwave.
5) Cook for 4 minutes until they float, 6) Eat. Yummy!
Someone sent me these picture or either I had a bad stomach ache today. I used my Abus dumpster key to open the toilet paper holder. Just pull on the black plastic piece while jabbing each tab. Not quite sure why you would want to do this though? Thanks for sending this in, anonymous person, or a special thanks to that spicy burrito from last night.
I have not either until today. They were better then I though.
Well maybe not the best thing I ever found, but if it was colder and not Steel Reserve 211 and actually was "Exceptionally smooth" it would be the best thing ever. I had never tried 211 before, so I thought why not.
I think as long as you do not stop drinking, you are fine. The first 211 I got down, it was way to warm and had a killer after taste, which bites you in the end.
The second 211 Malt Liquor did not go down very well at all. I broke my golden rule of drinking "never waste beer", I had to pour it out. Wait it was not beer, I did not break my rule. Yea!
I washed down the 211 I drank with a Pepsi Wild Cherry. Which I also did not like, but using the same "do not stop" technique like with the 211, it was fine, until you stop.