The War of Hot Dog Aggression

Teresa usually gets mad when I make fun of the South. I can’t help it. My prejudice against the South is based in real life experience. There is a reason we whooped them in the Civil War. If they still can’t get over it, that is their problem.

It isn’t as if the South has contributed nothing to the rest of the world. I’ll give the South points for the following:

  • Tennessee Williams
  • William Faulkner
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • Mississippi Blues
  • Instant Self-Esteem Boost for Northerners
  • Shoeless Joe Jackson
  • Robert Johnson
  • George S. Patton
  • Lead Belly

But that is about all I’m willing to give them. Despite this fact my sister brought me back the following items from her recent trip to Kentucky to visit Ernie.



That is correct. Pickled Watermelon Rinds and Hot Dog Sauce! Is the South really trying to be taken seriously by the rest of the world?

I’m leery to crack into the Pickled Watermelon Rinds, but this Saturday I’m going to fire up the grill and try the Hot Dog Sauce. I’m even going to buy special hot dogs for this experiment. Who knows? Maybe Hot Dog Sauce is the wave of the future.

For more information on the purveyor of these intriguing products, click on the link below:

Hot Dog Sauce

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  1. I actually tried pickled watermelon in NYC of all places this past weekend. It was different for sure, but had a lot of cinnamon in it. It kind of tasted like those fire ball jawbreakers that were all the rage back when.

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