I have tried to replicate the chili that was on their hot dogs. We would go to A bar on Chapman highway and afterwards stop and get some chili dogs. They were the best tasting dogs I have had. The chili without beans was great and I have come close to replicating the recipe. Though some people like my family recipe with beans better it is I like them both and change back and forth thanks for the memories
Yes I would love to have the hot tamale recipe and the chili recipe too!!!!
Your Chili Hot Dogs are the best!
I’m interested in obtaining the chili recipe. I’m willing to pay for it.
My father Ray Mull Co-Owned Smoky mountain markets For many years. The Trick to the hot dogs is the chili receipt and the hotdog itself both were only made for Smoky mountain markets under protected receipts.
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We are interested in obtaining the hot tamale recipe sold at the Smokey Mountain Market. We are willing to pay for the tamale recipe.