The World’s Best Greek Hot Dog Sauce

What’s your favorite way to eat a hot dog?

There are now so many variations, the possibilites are endless.

Though I love a variety, my standard issue hot dog is this:

  • chili
  • cheese
  • mustard
  • onion
  • sweet relish

That little guy is fully loaded to the point that you often wonder if it’s a forker – you know what I mean – there is no way to pick it up and eat it with your hands.

Now I have a family member, Dan, that is Greek.  When his family moved to the United States many years ago, they settled in Wisconsin.  He had an uncle that opened a restaurant.  As Dan tells it, his uncle made a tradional but exceptional hot dog Greek Sauce.  The restaurant has been long closed.  No recipe could be found.  After talking to Dan about the different flavors and the texture, I went to work. 

When Dan and his family came over for a hot dog test run, I received the most coveted award of two thumbs up…and that’s not easy holding a hot dog!  With his kind manners, once he had an empty mouth he said “That’s as close to Uncle John’s as it gets!”  Yeah!  Confirmation of that much desired two-thumbs-up award!

Oh, I need to mention that using the German Mustard just sends this over the top!

My goal?  To manufacture, package and sell the World’s Best Greek Hot Dog Sauce in the world!

Now I don’t know how to think small, so there it is!  In Black and White.  A small part of the whole game plan.

So in a Shout Out for HELP!, I do not know where to start.  I have a product that receives glowing reviews from the Greek Nephew but from many others as well.


All Not all Conidments are Created Equal!


What do Pineapples, Papaya, Kiwi & Figs Have in Common?

These 4  fruits contain enzymes that make

great tenederizers for meats.

The proteases enzymes break down the sinew and fibers in the meat.  The most common of these is Bromelain which is the stems of the pineapple that have been juiced.  The fruit contains Bromelain also but the is stem would otherwise be unused.  Wonderful tenderizer without wasting a valuable part of the plant. More

Quick Restaurant Style Salsa

Tacos again for dinner!  You know the recipe if not, it’s here.

 Salsa is the No. 1 Condiment!

It was raining & storming. 

I was out of Salsa! More

Meet Miss Millie

Millie 11/02/1917 – 07/04/2010

I love giggles!

Grandmother about a month after she moved in with us. 

She had gained back about 30 pounds during this month, she wasn’t as frail. More

Authentic German Mustard

This recipe is something that has been very near and dear to my taste buds for several years.  Yes, if you use a nice mustard power with some kick, this really is a Sassy Condiment.

Mrs. Allen, from Germany, was very gracious in giving me this recipe.  My family and friends have thanked her many times though I don’t think the words have ever reached her ears.  It is quick and simple but it does need an overnight sitting period. More

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