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Old 04-21-2011, 08:40 PM
 
Location: Oro Valley AZ.
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Wow, that is a great stove Walt! Hang onto that baby. Had two sonoran dogs today for lunch myself at Fatdogs along with a 44 oz Thirstbuster. Has to be the most unhealthy meal one can eat. But man they are good!
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Old 04-21-2011, 11:34 PM
 
Location: West of the Catalinas East of the Tortolitas
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Welll... I had to look up a recipe for Sonoran dogs and I also recently have been messing with this little old wood stove that has been in a garage for many years near where Marcy 1210 used to live (Elevenmile Res in Colorado).

So.. we for diinner tonight, we made Sonoran dogs. And of course, we had to cook them on this little old wood stove.

Changed over to a little "hotter" method of cooking

Wards made wood stoves? I know nothing about this wood stove.. but its cool! Made some great Sonoran dogs.. family liked them!
I love Elevenmile!! When we first moved to Divide in 1975, we rented a house with a HUGE European coal stove with burners, two ovens, a warming drawer and more. We got coal from Ute Pass Sand and Gravel and even though the stove was in the lower level (used mostly for heating by previous owners), we did cook on it as we had some cast iron cookware. I always felt like Ma Ingalls from Little House on the Prairie.

I picked up the new Reader's Digest (May) and on page 34 of the Food Digest Section, it had the four top hot dogs in the country mid-west, west, east and south) as appeared in Everyday Living by Rachael Ray. The winner was Gene & Jude's in River Grove, IL, a Chicago Dog, but the winner in the west was Aqui Con El Nene here in Tucson for their Sonoran Dog. It has green salsa, jalapeno, radish, mustard, avocado, mayo, pinto beans, tomato, and Cotija cheese. I have absolutely no idea what Cotija cheese is, so I'm off to Google...

http://hostedmedia.reimanpub.com/rrm...travel/MM5.pdf
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Old 04-22-2011, 08:27 PM
 
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Wow, there's a radiation hazard metal sign on the front of the stove, cool !
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Old 04-23-2011, 07:06 AM
 
Location: Tucson
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Wow, there's a radiation hazard metal sign on the front of the stove, cool !

In some circles, it's known as a vent. haha
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