This post is linking up with Fringe Girl from the Domestic Fringe. She is getting in touch with her inner Martha, and is hosting a summer recipe carnival. After reading up and taking notes on my delicious recipe, (and leaving a comment, of course) click on the link and head over to her site for some more great recipes. And remember, if the recipes don't turn out right, it's probably your fault and not ours.
So here's my recipe:
Start with Oscar Mayer beef franks. (Brand is important to this recipe.)
Unwrap package and place franks on the grill. (I would say hot dogs, but I'm trying to have a little class here.)
Turn franks to desired shade of brown. (Or black, if that's your preference.)
Place the hot franks in buns and decorate with relish, ketchup and mustard. It's important to put the relish on first, and you can use sweet relish or dill. Next comes the ketchup and then a thin line of mustard. (It's a thin line because I personally don't care for mustard. But the frank doesn't look right without it.) Top with chopped onions if you desire.
Serve on a paper plate (saves washing dishes) with chips and baked beans. Bush's has great baked beans. You can throw in a little brown sugar and molasses so that you can claim them as your own.
Wash down with your favorite tea or soft drink. Again, plastic cups are preferred.
You weren't seriously expecting a recipe from me, were you?
Okay. If Fringe Girl does this carnival again, I'll give you an honest to goodness recipe. But it will have to be for dessert. In the meantime, I'm going to go read the instructions on the back of the brownie mix again.
Here's to summer!