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NYT Cooking: Tanya Sichynsky, a New York Times Cooking editor, tops salty, snappy grilled hot dogs with bright pico de gallo. Combining those two elements of fully loaded Mexican hot dogs makes these easy to cook for a crowd and tote to a cookout. You can prepare the pico de gallo early in the day and keep it in an airtight container until ready to pile onto the hot dogs, split to cradle the fresh filling. ...
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Next time you’re thinking to yourself, “I want to make baked beans for the barbecue, but I also want something with a spicy umami kick that’ll make Uncle Lawrence lose his dang mind,” give this recipe with peppers and onions a shot. Better yet, screenshot it now, then make sure to grab Bush’s Sweet Heat Baked Beans the next time you’re strollin’ down the ol’ can aisle.