Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010

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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/17 19:59:39 (permalink)
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It sort of reminds me of the old Savin Rock area of Connecticut.

Thanks, Michael..!
I was'nt familiar with SAVIN ROCK, but I googled it, and I am now wiser!
I wish I could go back in time, and go to that amusement park...
 
I found a great website with old pics of roller coasters at Savin Rock, etc..
http://thistlegroup.net/savinrock/page1.htm
I see it was in the New Haven , CT area...
looked like a  great old fashioned amusement park and beach area....
with swimming pools, as well...
 
ROLLER COASTER, Savin Rock, CT..
(special pic for Michael Hoffman !)

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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/17 20:30:13 (permalink)
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So where are the Bikini shots?

oops, not quite a BIKINI shot, but I certainly am looking colorful, huh ?!?
(I'm not gonna get hit by a truck wearing this, lol )
 
Ellen BRIGHTENS up JOE JOE'S Italian Hot Dog joint !!  (in Toms River, just west of Seaside Heights, on Rt. 37)
return to Seaside Heights, July 11th

 
P.S....as soon as I lose these 20 lbs that crept up on me the last few years or so , I will proudly post "Ellen the cougar"
Bikini Shots !   The moderators will have  a field day.....
(but who is really looking at my Hot Dog thread, anyway?!?  Nobody will hardly see it, lol ...)
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/17 23:13:09 (permalink)
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Michael Hoffman 
It sort of reminds me of the old Savin Rock area of Connecticut.

Thanks, Michael..!
I was'nt familiar with SAVIN ROCK, but I googled it, and I am now wiser!
I wish I could go back in time, and go to that amusement park...
 
I found a great website with old pics of roller coasters at Savin Rock, etc..
http://thistlegroup.net/savinrock/page1.htm
I see it was in the New Haven , CT area...
looked like a  great old fashioned amusement park and beach area....
with swimming pools, as well...
 
ROLLER COASTER, Savin Rock, CT..
(special pic for Michael Hoffman !)

...


Ah, the hotdogs, lobster rolls, fried clams, and fries that would make Nathan's envious. That's the old Thunderbolt in the picture. Legend has it that at least three people were killed falling out of the roller coaster over the water of Long Island Sound. All three were women. I always wondered whether that meant anything. I used to ride it all the time, and I never managed to find a way to get thrown out into the Sound. It was right next to a restaurant you;d have hated. WIlson's. Nothing but seafood.
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/18 11:18:18 (permalink)


You know me well, Michael....enough to know that I'm a beef gal !!!
I mean, who else goes along to Joe's Stone Crab in Miami Beach, and eats just cole slaw and rolls ??
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/18 11:37:55 (permalink)
AH JOE JOE'S! Our house was about a half mile from joe joe's down near the bay...am sure you will understand how dangerous ( haha) it was to be so close to that  italian hot dog haven...great report ellen- though its got ups and downs I think good old Seaside is still a wonderful town!!   
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/18 12:12:08 (permalink)
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I mean, who else goes along to Joe's Stone Crab in Miami Beach, and eats just cole slaw and rolls ??


That's funny.
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/18 12:35:50 (permalink)
i see that BREAD thing popping up again !!!!!
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/18 12:55:12 (permalink)
Ellen, Just my opinion, but I think a single Italian Dog should be offered.
 
1 - The price point would be much better.
 
2 -  Most visitors from outside Jersey probably never heard of an Italian Dog and would be more likely to try a less expensive single version.
 
3 - A double is one heck of a meal leaving no room for much else(unless your name is Ellen, of course)
 
Looking forward to Ellen's Cougar Thread
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/18 16:02:11 (permalink)
MiamiDon

I don't know why, but I'm getting a lot of red-X boxes instead of photos. 

Don,
That means I am a red hot babe, lol ....
the computer is just warning you..
 
In reality, why don't you try "right clicking" and then clicking on the "show image" ????
I used to have that problem recently , and that seemed to do the trick...

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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/18 16:09:08 (permalink)
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AH JOE JOE'S! Our house was about a half mile from joe joe's down near the bay..

Neat that you know & remember JOE JOE'S , Californyguy!!!!
I'm not sure why it's been getting a BAD RAP among my ROADFOOD.COM and other foodie buddies lately .....
 
Joe Joe's has  been around since 1982;  have'nt had a bad meal there yet...
at least that's been OUR experiences..
My SIS joined me in Seaside on my July 11th visit, (4 days after my previously documented visit)

Unbeknowing to the other, we each had worn our new similar tie die shirts from the OC, MD boardwalk...
she said "Hey, we're twins"...
We met up at JOE JOE'S, before driving across the bridge into Seaside...
 
 
 
 

 
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/18 16:24:08 (permalink)
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Ellen, Just my opinion, but I think a single Italian Dog should be offered.
 
1 - The price point would be much better.
 
2 -  Most visitors from outside Jersey probably never heard of an Italian Dog and would be more likely to try a less expensive single version. 
3 - A double is one heck of a meal leaving no room for much else(unless your name is Ellen, of course) 

GREAT points, my foodie bud, JOE ROGO !!!!
And it's so ironic that you would suggest the SINGLE Italian Hot Dog.....cuz,  that is exactly what I decided to get at JOE JOE'S.... just the SINGLE dog...(and I'd ALWAYS gotten the double one there before)..

 
My theory is  what your #3 stated; (even though my name IS Ellen) I  had wanted to save room for more stuff, since sis & I were just beginning our day...
 
I was curious what the SINGLE was like, and you know something???!?!
I actually liked it BETTER , cuz there was less bread...
it was cut in a triangle shape to conform ...
It may sound wierd, but I could taste the meat better with just the one hot dog...
(the double seems to get more hidden in all that extra bread, IMO)
 
Plus, the "price point" factor, made it more pleasant, as well...
I feel it's a great deal at $5.49, but not so much at $8.25...
plus, I enjoyed the single more, anyway...
 
P.S That a side of homemade RED ONIONS in the pic....in the white styrofoam container..
They were'nt my type....too much of a tomato base...
 
 

 
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/18 16:35:52 (permalink)
Looks good!  I've never had an Italian dog, if Jimmy Buffs is part of the NJ tour this year I will try the single.
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/18 18:34:16 (permalink)
I heard from a friend that the owner of Joe Joe's passed away recently. His obituary was in the paper earlier in the week. Sad news.

Here is more about Joe Joe's.

http://www.seriouseats.com/2010/07/where-to-find-new-jersey-italian-hot-dog.html

My opinion is that they serve an authentic Italian Hot Dog, but it's not one of the better ones. I haven't been there in over a year, but when I've gone, I found the dogs to be tiny and the bread usually fell apart. Service wasn't good either. When I went with the Munchmobile, it was the first of a ten stop day. I asked specifically for a single since I knew I would be in for a lot of eating. Because the dogs were small, I was told to have a double. After I explained my situation, I was given a double anyway, and with onions to boot. I did find the peppers and potatoes to be good.

I will say that your sandwich looks good Ellen. Maybe it's because of your photography skills, or maybe Joe Joe's got better. Or you got a good one that day. If the bread was ok (mine always fell apart) I can believe that perhaps they got better. They use Best's hot dogs. Usual size is 8 or 10 to a lb. Joe Joe's used 12 or 13's when I was there last. The bread comes from Calandra's. Calandra's is an excellent bakery, but in my opinion does not make one of the better pizza breads. I once bought one to make an Italian Hot Dog at home. The bread fell apart.

Dickie Dees, which is right across the street from Calandra's, gets their pizza bread from DiPaola's.

Bubba's gets their pizza bread from Calandra's. Ironically, the one time I had an Italian Hot Dog from Bubba's, the bread was fresh and didn't fall apart. Yet yours was stale. Who knows?!

I will hit Joe Joe's next time I go to Seaside.  And maybe Zuka's. And D.A. Barsch butcher shop.
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/18 21:26:44 (permalink)
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I heard from a friend that the owner of Joe Joe's passed away recently. His obituary was in the paper earlier in the week. Sad news.

Here is more about Joe Joe's.

http://www.seriouseats.com/2010/07/where-to-find-new-jersey-italian-hot-dog.html 

Joe Joe's ...The bread comes from Calandra's. Calandra's is an excellent bakery, but in my opinion does not make one of the better pizza breads. I once bought one to make an Italian Hot Dog at home. The bread fell apart

wow, sorry to hear about THE  Joe Joe passing away...
Could you help me find the link to the obituary, next time you talk to your friend?
CUZ, I sure thought that it was THE Joe Joe I was talking to on July 11th, (a young 60'ish guy, brown hair)...the same guy that I always see over the years cooking up the hot dogs...
and it would be a shame if he passed on a few days or so after ...bizarre, too...
 
I had asked "Joe Joe" if he had used Calandra's bread, and sure enough, he said yes...
but he had been questioning the quality of some of his shipments lately...
He showed me a few kaiser type rolls, and said "They told me these were Calandra's, but it AIN'T
Calandra's!"....cuz that even Calandra's was starting to get some of their items from other bakeries.. (odd)
 
I was thrilled my pizza bread roll was nice and FRESH, and compimented Joe Joe on it..
He said that fresh rolls were important to him

My sis & I both really loved our meals....
the POTATOES were PERFECT (best ever!; we were truly in Hot Dog Heaven..
You may remember my sis from the Roadfood Hot Dog Tour, 2008...
 
Sis had been concerned that Joe Joe's was perhaps going downhill cuz she hardly had seen any cars by it the last few times she drove by...
and questioned why they close so early (7:45 pm), even in the summer..
I told her, I don't remember it ever being a late night place...
 
p.s.  My bread theory is that Bubba's on the boardwalk is not doing the turnover on pizza bread rolls that Bubbas in Lyndhurst was....
hence my "stale" experience on the boardwalk...
 
pps.  STAY TUNED for my RETURN TO BUBBA'S....!!!
Much "FRESHER" experience  with their "10 inch dog" roll !
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/18 21:46:09 (permalink)
ok, who remembers the SAWMILL on the boardwalk?
Well, it's still there!
 
My sis & I split a BURGER there.....$7.99, including FRIES..
The burger was pretty decent, nice charbroiled taste; the fries were nothing special..

We do NOT like the fact that the SAWMILL will NOT GIVE out a CUP OF WATER , or sell one for a nominal fee ........they will only offically sell bottled water ....we even talked to the manager...(owner?)...
We don't mind paying for a cup of water, 50 cents or so is reasonable...
however the $1.25 price the counterguy came up with was UNreasonable..
 
I know a lot of the boardwalk merchants do that "bottled water" only cr*p ...
to make whatever $$ they can on that Aquafina stuff....(not even spring water)
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/18 21:53:42 (permalink)
<<ok, who remembers the SAWMILL on the boardwalk? >>

The Sawmill is one of my 2 favorite Boardwalk Bars ever.  Just great for people watching and relaxing with an ice cold beer after a day at the beach.

My other favorite: Ruby's, on the Coney Island Boardwalk.

http://rubysconeyisland.com/
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/19 00:09:43 (permalink)
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My other favorite: Ruby's, on the Coney Island Boardwalk.
http://rubysconeyisland.com/

Neat ! I had'nt heard of Ruby's before, but I just clicked on your link ....
I like being able to duck into a boardwalk bar, and perhaps hear some live music.. 
like  I ducked into the PURPLE MOOSE , on the Ocean City, MD boardwalk the other week...
they had the band "Kashmir"there, a  Led Zeppelin tribute band.
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/19 00:10:48 (permalink)
Fried EVERYTHING here !!!!

....
stay tuned, more coming !!
(return to Bubba's, etc !)
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/19 01:13:37 (permalink)
What, no fried lemonade??
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/19 01:56:44 (permalink)
Hey Ellen,
Great report you're making me hungry! I love Seaside over Point Pleasant because of the tackiness/sleaziness. Point Pleasant is like a corporate theme park, it's cleaner, more organized, etc. Seaside is like a carnival or State Fair. I walked the Seaside boardwalk Memorial Day weekend and noticed a few new dog stands, including Steve's and Bubba's as well as one or two other ones I think. I think Maruca's is overrated and I much prefer the huge oversized pizza slices you can get at other Pizzerias. I'll cast another vote for the Midway Steak House. Best cheesesteak on the boardwalk! The prices went up a bit this season and I think the sandwich gets smaller every year. There are also always the same Spanish guys working behind the counter. I've always wondered about the name. Is it because of the carnival midway likeness of the boardwalk? Or because it's midway from one end of the boardwalk to the other? Or because it's midway between the beach and the street on the boardwalk? Whatever the reason they's got some mighty fine cheesesteaks. Wonderful lemonade too.

Dave
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/19 02:20:52 (permalink)
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Hey Ellen, 
I love Seaside over Point Pleasant because of the tackiness/sleaziness. Point Pleasant is like a corporate theme park, it's cleaner, more organized, etc. Seaside is like a carnival or State Fair. I walked the Seaside boardwalk Memorial Day weekend and noticed a few new dog stands, including Steve's and Bubba's as well as one or two other ones I think. I think Maruca's is overrated
Dave

What a great SIDE BY SIDE COMPARISON you just made, DPuro !!!
And you said it WAY better than I ever could !!
I'm with you, as I like a little tackiness, it's more natural than the "corporate theme park" look....
 
And the way you described Point Pleasant is what I'd been feeling for years, but could'nt quite pinpoint it ...
I think it's great for families with young children, though...
 
I also noticed there seemed to be more hot dog choices than in the past ...
including pizza  joints that proudly promoted "Italian hot dog" on their marquees....
 
You & I are definitely on the same wavelength...
as I agree with all that you said..
including the fact that we BOTH think MARUCA'S is overrated .....
 
My bf grew up in Atlantic City area, and he LOVES Mack & Manco's Pizza on the Ocean City, NJ boardwalk...
( another place I feel is overrated)...
Well, one gal we work with kept raving about Maruca's; she lives in Forked River..
so he finally tries Maruca's with me, and could'nt figure it out , either ...
(and I've had it about 3 or 4 times , trying to give it yet another shot, to see if I was missing something....)
 
 
 
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/19 10:12:04 (permalink)
Oh what a great report!! As to Sawmill I remember the first summer it was open , must have been 75 0r 76. Draft beers were 25 cents for a few hours in the afternoon ,the drinking age was 18 , and wow what a time. I  was about 20 worked on the boards then , money was tight - can still remember digging through sofas and car seats to get change for those afternoon beerfests..... as bob hope would say ,thanks  for the memories (ellen!!) 
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/19 10:46:06 (permalink)
  Oops!  I believe I got my JoJo's mixed up. The obit was read to me,  and thus I didn't see the difference in spelling.

  The owner of the hot dog place named JoJo's who recently passed away was Paul Russo, Sr., who owned a hot dog truck, I think it was, in Brick, N.J., and, I believe, was not the owner of Joe-Joe's Italian Hot Dogs in Toms River, N.J. 
  The obit says he owned JoJo's Italian Hot Dogs in Brick. 
   Here's the obit: 
http://obits.nj.com/obituaries/starledger/obituary.aspx?n=paul-c-russo-papa&pid=144054336

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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/19 12:44:13 (permalink)
Nice report, Ellen! (I got the photos problem fixed, I think)

The Italian "single" doesn't look like it would hold all the potatos on your plate!
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/19 12:57:13 (permalink)
as promised, here's my return visit to BUBBA'S, (Sunday, July 11th)
Bubba's signage is not so good; it's EZ to miss, it's  actually inside LUCKY'S ARCADE...

the arcade awning signs stand out way more, so look for LUCKY'S ARCADE ...
and then you will see there IS a BUBBA'S inside there..
(this pic was actually taken on my 1st visit there, on a Wed, hence the less crowded boardwalk...)
 
I was excited about trying their BANGING ONION DOG (and letting Bubba's , Seaside, redeem themselves)
this was a 10 inch dog, BEST brand again....
I was confident, cuz I figured at least it would be on a different type roll...(and probably a better selling one, than the pizza bread rolls)
 
BANGING ONION DOG, $5.95, on a FRESH roll !!  (hallelulah !!)

This dog comes with FOUR types of ONIONS : RAW, CHOPPED, BATTERED, and ONION SAUCE
..it was VERY good ....
 
It was pretty, the way they made the ends of the hot dog look like a flower...
(but it was'nt split all the way thru...
which was good, cuz I prefer UNsplit dogs)
 
I also like the idea of the BOARDWALK DOG (see my page 1 menu pic)...
as it's got the peppers, potatoes , and onions; it's  a  10 inch single dog...
 
It's got all the ingredients of the ITALIAN HOT DOG,  EXCEPT it comes on a long regular type roll, INSTEAD of that PIZZA BREAD ROLL......(so , IMO, more chance to be fresher bread)
And it's $5.95, instead of the $8.00 price for the Double Italian Dog ...
I found my BUBBA'S hot dog for next time !!!!!
 
post edited by ellen4641 - 2010/07/19 13:15:42
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/19 22:01:58 (permalink)
Great report--thanks!

At the beginning, I had no idea what an Italian Dog was; by the end I was drooling for the one from Joe-Joe's!
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/19 22:56:47 (permalink)
You liked the flower effect on the ends of the dogs? Just make a half-inch deep X-cut on each end of a hotdog and put it in the microwave for 40 seconds and you'll have the same effect.
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/20 18:35:14 (permalink)
ellen4641 , Love the Bangin Onion Dog!
 
Since today was National Hot Dog Day, I celebrated with a homemade Italian Dog.  No pizza bread in Pittston though.  I had to settle for a portuguese roll.
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/20 18:42:20 (permalink)
I believe tomorrow, July 21st is National Hot Dog Day. Joe, you will just have to have hot dogs again.
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Re:Jersey shore report from Seaside Heights !! (heavy on hot dogs!)..7-7, and 7-11-2010 2010/07/20 19:25:28 (permalink)
John Fox

I believe tomorrow, July 21st is National Hot Dog Day. Joe, you will just have to have hot dogs again.

 
Right you are John.  Boars Head all beef tomorrow
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