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G.O.B.'s South-West of the border Dawg

Ok we go again. I had some left over pumpkins left over from Halloween said

These are crazy dawgs I came up with when cleaning out my fridge (and had the munchies)...Ball park bun length dawgs with two slices of thick cut bacon you pull semi taught as you slightly over lap and wrap the ends.

Spray up a sheet of foil or parchment (I like foil here, parchment later) and place them cut face down and bake'm at 350 for 45 to 60 minutes until they look all screwed up and soft, you'll know when ya see'm and touch'm

I cranked up my Traeger to 450 and when the temp got to about 375 i hit them in, what even you do DO NOT TOUCH them until they are a golden brown which should only be about 20 minutes or so

once they are all screwy take'm out and let them cool then scrape all the meat out of'm

Ya, like that

Getcha some cheese cloth and ball it up in it

This is where the fun starts, put about two tablespoons of guacamole in the bun (top split are best for anything like this...stands better) and set the dawg deep in it

Squeeze'm til ya get most of the juice out, they have some just use your own judgement

Top with Chili, I used my smoked brisket chili...also about 2 heaping tablespoons

Once ya squeezed it all get one cup full and set aside for the cake batter and the other 1/2 to 3/4 cup left is for the cream cheese.

top with a couple slices of cheese of choice, mines cheddar, and i like a nice sweet-hot seasoning (sorry, made my own here but the recipe should be in my lists soon)

Take a cup of pecans (or what ever damn nuts you want...and no, not those nuts either) and bake'm at 350 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes until they brown a bit and ya can smell'm

throw back in the grill, now that shes hot as hell, to melt the cheese...and get ready for the craziest tastiest munchie you ever had...Enjoy

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