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Guest imported_Europe

A hotdog without the dog

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Guest imported_Europe

is called a "Kradser". (A scratchy, because of its spicy nature)

Its a cheap and very delicious between-meals snack.

 

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The onion version

 

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The cucumber version

 

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The making of a Kradser

 

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Holler at the chef

 

Bon appetit!

 

Flicks stolen from http://schou.dk/artikler/kradser/

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Guest imported_Tesseract

I have to agree that hotdogs taste better with the dog but still that thing looks delicious, so instead of thinking that its a hotdog with no dog just call it a Krasder and love it.

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thats like one of the most traditional danish snack, and its damn good without the cucumber :D

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european perversions of american concepts..i see it all over the place!

 

pizza with ketchup.

now hot dogs with no meat!

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Guest imported_Tesseract

^^^^HAHAHAHA

 

dude forgot, french fries with mayonese.....:lol:

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Guest uncle-boy

i eat hot-dog buns by themselves.

 

maybe next time i'll add some mustard.

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Is this the vegetarian version? What a rip off.

 

"Um, yeah, I'll take the beef kielbasa with cream cheese and light onions please."

 

pizza with ketchup?

french fries with mayo?

hot dogs with no buns?

 

What the hell is this world coming to...

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