Cooking Out – National Hot Dog Month Day 21

cooking outCooking out on the grill is a ubiquitous summertime activity for many Americans and the Hotdogman is no exception. Every summer, we have a big beach party with tons of people, beer, snacks, and my father cooking out on the grill. We grill up chicken, hamburgers, sausages, and, of course, hot dogs. It just wouldn’t be summertime, or National Hot Dog Month, without a good cook out.

Cooking Out means Charred Hot Dogs

When we’re cooking out on the barbecue grill, I like my hot dogs slightly charred. Crisping up that exterior casing gives the hot dogs a nice, smoky flavor and a little extra texture. We don’t go for a lot of fancy condiments – usually just mustard, onions, relish (and the red stuff for the under 18 crowd).

Each National Hot Dog Month with the Hotdogman features two cookouts: one on the 4th of July and one for this beach party.

Enjoy the video.

I shoot Hot Dog Stories with a Kodak Zi8 camera with an Audio Technica ATR288W VHF Battery-Powered TwinMic Microphone System, a Flip Ultra HD camera, and a 60″tripod. I edit with Cyberlink PowerDirector 11 Ultimate. I will also take some stills with my new Canon EOS Rebel Camera.

About hotdogman

I enjoy traveling and eating hot dogs wherever I am. I like to sample the local variations of America's favorite encased meat and discovering the stories behind the hot dog, the vendor, and the regional preferences. I also write about How to Start a Hot Dog Business, The Hot Dog Truck, The Shark Tank, and I have a personal blog, RobMerlinodotCom

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