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If you were offered a hot dog, hamburger or pizza, what would you choose?

You’re at a party. There’s a person serving food. You go up to the table and they ask you, “Do you want a hot dog, a hamburger, or a slice of pizza?” Which are you choosing?

A delicious hot dog covered in ketchup, mustard, and relish? (Did you know here in Seattle we eat our hot dogs with cream cheese? It’s true!) Or are you grabbing a classic cheeseburger? What about pizza? Cheese? Pepperoni? Hawaiian?

Well, what’ll it be?

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KellyR
1 month ago

A party at someone else’s house? – oh the dreaded choices. So many different hot dogs with so many, who knows what ingredients in them. I doubt they will let me read the package. Are the dogs grilled or boiled? Are the hamburgers that of ground chuck or ground sirloin? Are they rare or burnt well done? What toppings are available for the dogs, as they are different than what I want on a burger? I doubt they will have green olives for my burger. Is the pizza thin crust, thick crust, or cheese stuffed crust? And I don’t like most pizza toppings. It is just SO complicated that I normally eat before I arrive.

Gary
1 month ago
Reply to  KellyR

Paralysis by analysis…

KellyR
1 month ago
Reply to  Gary

Good one Gary, I like that.. In the case of my body, the “analysis” before hand is to prevent “paralysis” afterword. lol My father failed to pass his “cast iron stomach gene” on down to me.

Liz B
1 month ago

Pizza’s my favorite. But any of them would have to be gluten-free. At least I can eat the hot dog or hamburger without the bun.

Rich
1 month ago

tough choice. depends on toppings. cheese only for medium-to-pan crust pizza and the well-done burger and a plain hotdog.

Rosalie Magistro
1 month ago

I said hamburger because you can’t get good Pizza except in Jersey or NY ..

Gary
1 month ago

Nonsense.

Rich
1 month ago
Reply to  Gary

agree with nonsense.

KellyR
1 month ago

You evidently have not been to Chicago yet.

Robert
1 month ago
Reply to  KellyR

EXACTLY!

Robert
1 month ago

Chicago pizza is WAYYYYYY better………

KellyR
1 month ago
Reply to  Robert

Rush Street?

Tom
1 month ago

Some pizza is not good, a poorly made burger is not good, a nice chili hotdog is good.

Garland
1 month ago

Hotdog, hamburger, pizza. Bad for the heart good for the soul.

Bob
1 month ago

Said hamburger but not from a fast food joint!! Best hamburger I have ever eaten is from Hudson Hamburgers in Coeur d’ Alene, ID.

Snoopy
1 month ago

Dang, going to try the cream cheese on my next hot dog, sounds delicious! Just not let my wife see what I’m up to! LOL
Snoopy

Neal Davis
1 month ago

Said hamburger (even though they rarely contain any ham), but a real answer depends on the purveyor of each. Is it a slice of pizza, or an entire pizza? What is on the hotdog? Does it have so many condiments that it must be eaten with a fork? Knee-jerk answer is hamburger.

Gary
1 month ago
Reply to  Neal Davis

The set up to the poll said a slice of pizza. RIF.

Sarah
1 month ago

with cheese, please!

Terry
1 month ago

All depends on the day, some days my wife will go out for Hamburgers sometimes pizza, maybe a steak or Mexican food. All depends on the mood I am
In at the time. Having the choice of those three on a given day would be ok but other days none would sound good.

Tom
1 month ago

Being a diabetic and stage 3 kidney disease none of the above.

Bill
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom

Bingo (same thing), the effects now are reflected in my Blood Work. No More Eating out for one, and a strict menu at home. Ten more days for my next blood work to see if it improved. Life goes on, enjoy it, and eat smart.

Timothy Johnson
1 month ago

It depends on the burger and pizza .. Don’t care for in and out burger and don’t like cheese pizza it needs meat on it… A hot dog is a hot dog … Need mustard and onions for the dogs..

M D-B
1 month ago

Hot dog with chili and cole slaw!

Skip
1 month ago

Would be happy with any of them.

Bob
1 month ago

Most would depend on where these came from. There are Fast Food hamburgers, and then ones made by hand with quality beef and toppings. Hot dogs the same way. Mixed pork and chicken or all beef skinless from the local butcher. Pizza? Hands down, the local family owned pizza shop. Again, all hand prepared.

Wayne
1 month ago

Either way I’m wrong. Being diabetic neither is a good choice. But, we all cheat with food choices now and then… don’t we?

Tom
1 month ago
Reply to  Wayne

I’m in the same boat as you. If I cheated it would be a hamburger but not from a fast food joint.

Gary
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom

It was specifically not a fast food joint.

Ed K
1 month ago

Depends on if I can specify what is on each Dog, Burger or Pizza. There are certain toppings for these I will not enjoy. Chili on the Dog, Tomatoes and Lettuce on the Burger and Anchovies and Pineapple on the Pizza.

Bruce
1 month ago

I would choose a pizza only if I could make it vegan. I switched to a whole-foods, plant-based diet 10 years ago for heart issues which dramatically improved my health.

Chris
1 month ago
Reply to  Bruce

I’m with you. Vegan pizza would be ok, but I’d rather make my own.

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