Re: Cooking Time
Ok, since I'm waiting for a response from HR/SB (I think there's something going on there), I'll post a quick recipe that my mom learned from my paternal grandmother. It's not measured, as my mom is old school with her cooking and cooks to taste only.
We call them gourmet hot dogs (don't laugh, it's true).
Ingredients: Hot dogs, potatoes, yellow mustard, vidalia onion, cheese (we use colby jack), and seasoned salt
Boil hotdogs and potatoes (enough for your family/whatever), while boiling chop the onion.
Mash the potatoes.
Mix in mustard and onions to taste.
Split the hot dogs in half length-wise and place them on a baking sheet. Keep the halves next to each other.
Spoon the potato mix onto the hot dogs, making a layer ~1 in off the hot dogs.
Place sliced cheese onto the potatoes and sprinkle some seasoned salt on top.
Place the baking sheet in the oven, set to broil, and cook until the cheese is fully melted.
Remove from oven and serve.
Fair warning, they will look questionable but they are so so good. Very filling and cheap to make.