Hotdogs sentence example

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  • Linda returned with two hotdogs and handed one to each of them.

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  • For a backyard camp-out, keep it simple and plan to cook hotdogs and marshmallows over a hot grill or fire pit (if zoning allows) on a long skewer.

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  • You can use it as a chiminea to make a fire and roast marshmallows, [or it] can be used as a grill to make hotdogs and hamburgers.

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  • She stated that providing a bonfire for roasting hotdogs and marshmallows, as well as creating a dance area on a carport or garage was an inexpensive fun way to host a great party.

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  • He meets other friends along the way, eats hotdogs to increase his health, gets an allowance from dad to buy yo-yos to use in battle, and so on.

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  • The campfire grill tripod is camping's "sliced bread" because it keeps your knuckles out of the fire, your hotdogs clear of a crisp, and your hands free to do other things like play guitar and sing for entertainment while dinner's cooking.

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  • Hotdogs, hamburgers, steaks and shish-kabobs work well for those who want something quick and tasty.

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  • Bring skewers or camping forks with you on your campout and use them to cook the hotdogs.

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  • Hotdogs, hamburgers and marshmallows are the most popular meal for camp cooking over an open fire.

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  • Cook your hotdogs either on the grill grate or use long handled skewers.

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  • The winners may receive prizes, and participants are often treated to hotdogs, chips, and drinks.

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  • Beach party food can be as simple as hotdogs and marshmallows for a bonfire, (make sure you are allowed to build a fire, however, before you make this part of your party plans), or as elaborate as a tropical buffet.

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  • At the entrance to the pier, a group of teenagers are pushing hotdogs into their mouths between shouts of laughter.

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  • Foods that need to be avoided include grapes, nuts, popcorn, hotdogs, peanut butter, and hard candy.

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  • Be sure you steer clear of giving your child grapes, hard candy, popcorn, hotdogs, nuts, etc., and watch out for small objects that he can access.

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  • Be sure you also give a list of foods that your child is not allowed to have, such as choking hazards like grapes, hotdogs, hard candy, etc. Of course, this list will depend on your child's age.

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  • Once you have the grill in place, use it to cook hotdogs, hamburgers, chicken, or steak.

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