"Good damn! Good damn! These are the best!", that's all Cowboy could say when he was biting into the grilled bacon wrapped stuffed hotdogs I made, last night. They were good, but damn - good damn, as he put it.
I read this over at the JQ Lounge. Being a hotdog fan, myself I always wanted to try it. Then Cowboy was sporting a hangover and I immediately thought the best cure for that would be those dogs. It was and more...
The recipe is here.
I did a pretty good damn job, if he says so. My only advise to anyone making them is to make sure you strategically place your toothpicks when wrapping the bacon around the hotdogs. I wasn't thinking ahead and just pierced them through - not thinking that they would be in the way when grilling the dogs.
But my advise is for everyone to make them. I also changed up the recipe and subbed in carmelized onions for the onions (only because Cowboy hates raw onions) and it added a great flavor.
I especially advise for anyone who believes in this engagement chicken theory - DROP THAT - the dogs are where it's at.
After the good damn meal, we met his room mate and his girl at the movies for Saw IV.
1. There was a family in the theater. A family of three girls all under the age of five and a baby. The parents sat one row behind them. W.T.F? And it was 10:40 when the movie started...Now, I understand that you really really really wanted to see this movie. And I understand that you probably could not find a babysitter. But, seriously? Did you have to watch it that badly? Was there no other day or time that you could do this? What is wrong with parents? My parents wouldn't even let me watch "Pretty Woman" at the age of 8th grade! Rated R meant rated R in my day. It didn't mean parental guidance. And this is where I think movie ushers, seriously need to just block these crazy parents out of the theater. For real.
One of the girls started screaming along with me within the first few minutes of the film.
What is wrong with that picture?
2. That was the most graphic Saw, yet. I thought I'd seen it all when it comes to this series - but no, just when you think the movie has gotten rid of a character or that time has gone by - noooooooooooope. BAM! It's right back where you left off a character and you are forced to think back to that film and remember what that storyline was all the while keeping up with the new characters and their stories and new game.
As it's Monday and I promised myself I'd be doing what I want to do...I missed out on The View because I was cooking us breakfast and doing semi-work from home (vacation, yeah, riight). Now it's off to the mall and hopefully I will be back before Oprah's on.