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ken8038

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Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Mon, 07/5/10 1:50 PM (permalink)
I just thought I'd mention that I was in the Aldi Store in South Plainfield today and they are carrying "Chicago Style Hot Dogs" under thier Parkview label, and made by none other than Vienna Beef (the "V" logo is even on the package).

I don't recall ever seeing Vienna Beef dogs on retail sale in NJ before.

Better still, since they are within a week of expiration date (I guess they weren't selling very well) they are marked down to 99 cents for an 8 pack.

Of course, since as far as I know there is no place in NJ to buy sport peppers or green relish or even poppy seed rolls, the full Chicago dog experience isn't going to happen, but it's good to have the dogs around anyway. I bought two packs. There's about 20 packs left at the 99 cent price.
 
    MiamiDon

    Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Mon, 07/5/10 2:41 PM (permalink)
    Pickled serrano peppers will do, and regular-colored relish. 

    Yesterday, we grilled some special brats that had been shipped in from out of town.  My wife went to the supermarket on Saturday and placed an order for them to bake us poppy-seed hot dog rolls.  Perhaps one of your markets allows special orders from customers?
    <message edited by MiamiDon on Mon, 07/5/10 2:42 PM>
     
      John Fox

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      Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Mon, 07/5/10 6:00 PM (permalink)
      Some Targets sold Vienna beef franks. But they were from a different (and inferior) recipe and made for the roller grill.
       
        Dog Boss

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        Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Mon, 07/5/10 6:26 PM (permalink)
        ok, we did  JIMMY BUFF'S  East Hanover.......................... we ordered 1 double hot dog, 1 combo (hot dog/ sausage)...........................

        ok, i'm now convinced that a italian style hot dog is what is ........... the dog, potatoes , peppers and onions are great mix.......... it's that pizza bread...... got to go . to much bread..........( and i love bread).  i understand how the lil ole lady made a snack for the guy's,. but it's missing the RIGHT bread ........ i think there better options out there to load this on to!!!!!! the bread is over whelming to what your eating......... less bread and the ingredient's  would shine .........

        my traveler  liked his combo............ really made a comment on the sausage........ like it , talked it up for a while......... bread was a issue for him also.

        then ordered two  , push cart style hot dog's with chili ,mustard and raw onions .......... those were pretty good !!! 

        4 birch beer's  later and a double for home.............. spent ball park of $36.00 bucks 

        2 doubles 
        1 combo 
        4 sodas
        2 dog's chili ,mustard 

        well, that's eating out these day's !!!!!

        sorry, the best italian style dog for me so far in my quest of following the legend JOHN FOX has to be  Goombas, on morris ave, union, nj


        dog boss 
         
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          Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Mon, 07/5/10 6:36 PM (permalink)
          Dog Boss,

          Last time I was in Goombas was about two months ago to pick up some subs. I found out then (but failed to post) that they are no longer using pizza bread for their Italian Hot Dogs. They got it from a bakery in Newark, but like so many other pizzerias switched to sub rolls because of inconsistent demand for Italian Hot Dogs. Either they run out of pizza bread or have too much of it. When there is too much, they have to throw it out.
           
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            Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Mon, 07/5/10 7:35 PM (permalink)
            Dog Boss


            ok, we did  JIMMY BUFF'S  East Hanover.......................... we ordered 1 double hot dog, 1 combo (hot dog/ sausage)...........................

            ok, i'm now convinced that a italian style hot dog is what is ........... the dog, potatoes , peppers and onions are great mix.......... it's that pizza bread...... got to go . to much bread..........( and i love bread).  i understand how the lil ole lady made a snack for the guy's,. but it's missing the RIGHT bread ........ i think there better options out there to load this on to!!!!!! the bread is over whelming to what your eating......... less bread and the ingredient's  would shine .........

            my traveler  liked his combo............ really made a comment on the sausage........ like it , talked it up for a while......... bread was a issue for him also.

            then ordered two  , push cart style hot dog's with chili ,mustard and raw onions .......... those were pretty good !!! 

            4 birch beer's  later and a double for home.............. spent ball park of $36.00 bucks 

            2 doubles 
            1 combo 
            4 sodas
            2 dog's chili ,mustard 

            well, that's eating out these day's !!!!!

            sorry, the best italian style dog for me so far in my quest of following the legend JOHN FOX has to be  Goombas, on morris ave, union, nj


            dog boss 


            Get rid of the pizza bread,and, sorry, it's a different sandwich...besides, if the sandwich is made right,you fill up that half of pizza bread.....never too much....pizza bread has a special taste that makes the sandwich...a roll just won't do...not the same taste...if you think it too much bread,some one was skimping on the filling...some places also offer a double dog in it!!!!Too few places make them the way I remember them so long ago...I guess they'd have to charge too much...anyone know a great place that fills that half of pizza loaf???
            <message edited by leethebard on Mon, 07/5/10 7:39 PM>
             
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              Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Mon, 07/5/10 8:20 PM (permalink)
              John Fox


              Dog Boss,

              Last time I was in Goombas was about two months ago to pick up some subs. I found out then (but failed to post) that they are no longer using pizza bread for their Italian Hot Dogs. They got it from a bakery in Newark, but like so many other pizzerias switched to sub rolls because of inconsistent demand for Italian Hot Dogs. Either they run out of pizza bread or have too much of it. When there is too much, they have to throw it out.

                  



              well , that seems to be a problem ............... they need to but it on there menu, that's a fact at goombas, but case being,  lot's of places, if your not selling it, you got to adjust !!!!!!!!!!! fresh ,fresh, fresh !!!!!!!!! so, what else can a pizza bread do ? .................. i have had plenty of bread's that r similar to the "PIZZA"  bread ............ just not as large ...
               
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                Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Mon, 07/5/10 8:20 PM (permalink)
                John Fox


                Dog Boss,

                Last time I was in Goombas was about two months ago to pick up some subs. I found out then (but failed to post) that they are no longer using pizza bread for their Italian Hot Dogs. They got it from a bakery in Newark, but like so many other pizzerias switched to sub rolls because of inconsistent demand for Italian Hot Dogs. Either they run out of pizza bread or have too much of it. When there is too much, they have to throw it out.

                    



                well , that seems to be a problem ............... they need to put it on there menu, that's a fact at goombas, but case being,  lot's of places, if your not selling it, you got to adjust !!!!!!!!!!! fresh ,fresh, fresh !!!!!!!!! so, what else can a pizza bread do ? .................. i have had plenty of bread's that r similar to the "PIZZA"  bread ............ just not as large ...
                 
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                  Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Mon, 07/5/10 8:28 PM (permalink)
                  leethebard


                  Dog Boss


                  ok, we did  JIMMY BUFF'S  East Hanover.......................... we ordered 1 double hot dog, 1 combo (hot dog/ sausage)...........................

                  ok, i'm now convinced that a italian style hot dog is what is ........... the dog, potatoes , peppers and onions are great mix.......... it's that pizza bread...... got to go . to much bread..........( and i love bread).  i understand how the lil ole lady made a snack for the guy's,. but it's missing the RIGHT bread ........ i think there better options out there to load this on to!!!!!! the bread is over whelming to what your eating......... less bread and the ingredient's  would shine .........

                  my traveler  liked his combo............ really made a comment on the sausage........ like it , talked it up for a while......... bread was a issue for him also.

                  then ordered two  , push cart style hot dog's with chili ,mustard and raw onions .......... those were pretty good !!! 

                  4 birch beer's  later and a double for home.............. spent ball park of $36.00 bucks 

                  2 doubles 
                  1 combo 
                  4 sodas
                  2 dog's chili ,mustard 

                  well, that's eating out these day's !!!!!

                  sorry, the best italian style dog for me so far in my quest of following the legend JOHN FOX has to be  Goombas, on morris ave, union, nj


                  dog boss 


                  Get rid of the pizza bread,and, sorry, it's a different sandwich...besides, if the sandwich is made right,you fill up that half of pizza bread.....never too much....pizza bread has a special taste that makes the sandwich...a roll just won't do...not the same taste...if you think it too much bread,some one was skimping on the filling...some places also offer a double dog in it!!!!Too few places make them the way I remember them so long ago...I guess they'd have to charge too much...anyone know a great place that fills that half of pizza loaf???
                   


                  what makes the pizza bread so good....................... ???????? i have had it stuffed, i just think's about eating something that turn's messy ....... sausage and peppers , never made it big in a pizza bread ? why ?  chicken parm, sausage parm , veal parm, why not stuffed into a pizza bread..........????? how bout a nice italian sub , stuffed into a PIZZA BREAD ?????      what do you think , a full line of sandwiches stuffed in a pizza bread ?  tuna salad , chicken salad , and then we can do a cuban in a pizza bread.................... i think i'm on to something here !!!!!  all kidding aside, to much bread.............. like galloping hill , nice roll , but to much for there dog !!!!! ............. sorry , i'm ranting !!! but ,at the end of the day it's too much bread !!!!!


                   
                    leethebard

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                    Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Mon, 07/5/10 8:42 PM (permalink)
                    Made right, and filling up the bread,it's still something special with a special taste....a sub made on white bread isn't a sub, similar in taste,but not a sub....an Italian hot dog made on a roll,isn't an Italian Hotdog...just my Italian opinion after having eaten hundreds over the years!My uncle had a stand once at the English Town auction in NJ where I worked summers in the early 60's...and I ate away the profits...all made(and filled to the brim) with pizza bread.
                     
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                      Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Mon, 07/5/10 11:19 PM (permalink)
                      How stupid of me! I totally bought those hotdogs awhile ago and didn't mention them. Whenever I made the post about Captain Paul's and Aldi's here, probably almost a month ago.

                      The ones by me weren't about to expire, nor were they 99 cents. They were reasonably priced and tasty, though.

                      ken8038


                      I just thought I'd mention that I was in the Aldi Store in South Plainfield today and they are carrying "Chicago Style Hot Dogs" under thier Parkview label, and made by none other than Vienna Beef (the "V" logo is even on the package).

                      I don't recall ever seeing Vienna Beef dogs on retail sale in NJ before.

                      Better still, since they are within a week of expiration date (I guess they weren't selling very well) they are marked down to 99 cents for an 8 pack.

                      Of course, since as far as I know there is no place in NJ to buy sport peppers or green relish or even poppy seed rolls, the full Chicago dog experience isn't going to happen, but it's good to have the dogs around anyway. I bought two packs. There's about 20 packs left at the 99 cent price.



                       
                        MiamiDon

                        Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Tue, 07/6/10 6:59 AM (permalink)
                        leethebard


                        ....a sub made on white bread isn't a sub, similar in taste,but not a sub....

                         
                        I think I went 40 years without seeing a sub that was not made with white bread.

                         
                          ScreenBear

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                          Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Tue, 07/6/10 9:18 AM (permalink)
                          Take the Pizza Bread out of an Italian Hot Dog? Why not also leave the  Prancing Horse off a Ferrari while we're at it?

                             The Bear
                           
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                            Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Tue, 07/6/10 10:54 AM (permalink)
                            leethebard


                            Made right, and filling up the bread,it's still something special with a special taste....a sub made on white bread isn't a sub, similar in taste,but not a sub....an Italian hot dog made on a roll,isn't an Italian Hotdog...just my Italian opinion after having eaten hundreds over the years!My uncle had a stand once at the English Town auction in NJ where I worked summers in the early 60's...and I ate away the profits...all made(and filled to the brim) with pizza bread.





                               me to as kid, but ...................never left me with impression ............... i remember lot's of food there,  chicken galore (delight) had a stand inside , and my thing with them was the french fries !!!
                             
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                              Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Tue, 07/6/10 11:06 AM (permalink)
                              ScreenBear


                              Take the Pizza Bread out of an Italian Hot Dog? Why not also leave the  Prancing Horse off a Ferrari while we're at it?

                                 The Bear





                              ............. OK, so it's the pizza bread that makes it's 'italian style hot dog" ............so, back in the day ,before the lil ole lady made this for the boy's playing cards, what was pizza bread used for ?  i can think of other "ITALIAN BREAD'S" that this combo of hot dog, peppers ,onions and fried potato's , is called 'italian style hot dog" ................... i think i'm going to buy pizza bread's and stuff them all , with so many things, and there first name is going to be "italian style" egg salad, chicken salad, meatAball and sausage ..........................

                               don't get me wrong......... i do like that you guy's have a passion for these ITALIAN STYLE HOT DOG'S.................... i think it's more about the items that go on the bread, roll, bun.................. then the bread !!!!!!!.........it just leave's with that............. wish sandwich feeling. or like were's the beef? 

                               
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                                Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Tue, 07/6/10 6:43 PM (permalink)
                                Dog Boss


                                ScreenBear


                                Take the Pizza Bread out of an Italian Hot Dog? Why not also leave the  Prancing Horse off a Ferrari while we're at it?

                                  The Bear





                                ............. OK, so it's the pizza bread that makes it's 'italian style hot dog" ............so, back in the day ,before the lil ole lady made this for the boy's playing cards, what was pizza bread used for ?  i can think of other "ITALIAN BREAD'S" that this combo of hot dog, peppers ,onions and fried potato's , is called 'italian style hot dog" ................... i think i'm going to buy pizza bread's and stuff them all , with so many things, and there first name is going to be "italian style" egg salad, chicken salad, meatAball and sausage ..........................

                                don't get me wrong......... i do like that you guy's have a passion for these ITALIAN STYLE HOT DOG'S.................... i think it's more about the items that go on the bread, roll, bun.................. then the bread !!!!!!!.........it just leave's with that............. wish sandwich feeling. or like were's the beef? 

                                As you've figured out, many folks take their hot dogs seriously! Whether it be a "Chicago Style" dog, or a "NJ Italian Hot Dog".
                                 
                                For me, an "Italian Hot Dog" is more or less an Italian sausage sandwich with a hot dog instead of sausage and home fried potatoes. The bread does need to be either Italian bread or Pizza bread. The pizza bread is just pizza dough baked into rolls. Doesn't matter to me, either one is good to me. But there are "purists" out there that won't accept anything but a deep fried dog and a pizza dough roll. I don't follow those strict "Kosher" rules, but I think it is great that some people do. Keeps tradition going!
                                 
                                 
                                 
                                 
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                                  Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Tue, 07/6/10 9:33 PM (permalink)
                                  Wow...I've been kosher, and didn't know it!!! Good analogy though....I guess I'm a purist....and yes it is an Italian sausage sandwich with potatoes added,,,Hey we make sausage sandwiches the exact same way, Pizza bread and potato,pepper,onion topping...we just add a little red vinegar near the end...and call the topping a sauce...that's how my Uncle sold them for decades at Englishtown, NJ auction. Next time you crave an Italian sausage sandwich, try it that way and let me know what you think...
                                   
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                                    Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Thu, 07/8/10 4:37 PM (permalink)
                                    just sampled two of the worst places.................. they shot right to the top of my el-shytdo list !!!!!!!!!!!

                                     wheelies 
                                    rt. 516 
                                    old bridge, nj
                                    (converted from a old checkers, actually it was a brand new checkers that was closed in a blink)

                                    nathan's on the flat top, luke warm and old................. mustard , ketchup and relish only items offered.

                                    onion ring's , that couldn't stand up to white castles ring's  and there rough.

                                    two of his roast beef sandwich's............. hot with gravy and whizz cheese , well will give him the hot, but .....................never mind !!! cheese whizz ,if it's not moving, get ride of it !!! 

                                    Hot Dog's  and more !!!!  

                                      
                                    new brunswick ave.
                                    fords , nj (woodbridge twshp).................... i can't even say ........... just a waste of time ..............



                                     
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                                      Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Thu, 07/8/10 4:58 PM (permalink)
                                      Has anyone ever been to Russ Ayres Hot Dogs in Bordentown, NJ? It's like 25 minutes away fro me. Is it worth me taking a trip? I found out about them by accident.. someone else had a piece of notepad paper from his place.

                                       
                                       
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                                        Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Thu, 07/8/10 10:56 PM (permalink)
                                        yuppicide


                                        Has anyone ever been to Russ Ayres Hot Dogs in Bordentown, NJ? It's like 25 minutes away fro me. Is it worth me taking a trip? I found out about them by accident.. someone else had a piece of notepad paper from his place.



                                        ..      i'll ride with ya to check it out , give me a head's up's !!!!
                                         
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                                          Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Thu, 07/8/10 10:57 PM (permalink)
                                          ok, i found something similar to the pizza bread debate............... i love beating a dead horse !!!


                                          i specifically mentioned amoroso because i know they're a national brand now (although, they DO taste different in other parts of the country than the ones made here in philly.  not sure why - could be a water issue, humidity level issue or the recipe could be modified for 'franchisees') 

                                          they're good rolls - just a 'basic' type though.  plain-jane, so to speak.  they're perfectly fine for sandwiches - both cold and hot types.  and will do just fine if you can't find something better. 

                                          and there ARE better rolls out there - you just have to look for them! 

                                          if you want a really stand-out steak sandwich, you'll need to find something with more to it than the basic amoroso-type roll.
                                           
                                          and this comes from someone who grew up eating darn good steak sandwiches that were on amoroso rolls.  i always thought they were the best, from this one place...the real reason they were so good was the quality of the meat.  top-knotch stuff with no gristle at all.  other places used amoroso rolls and lower quality meat and they were tried once and not repeated. 
                                            
                                          then i moved to jersey and found a couple places there that used local-bakery made rolls rather than amoroso's.  they're to die for when you combine the better roll with that high quality meat!  even not-so-good meat tastes better on these other rolls.  and the same when i moved back to pa - i tried all the various places around here...those that use something other than amoroso (which, in the area i live would be coropolese bakery or the conshohocken bakery) just aren't as good as those that use the other rolls - regardless of quality of meat (unless it's really bad meat, that is). 

                                          so, if you want to do a 'philly' cheesesteak, ya gotta have the good roll and the good meat.  otherwise, it's just a steak sandwich. 
                                          oh, as for toasting: i prefer untoasted;  just my own personal preference.  very few places that i've been to toast the rolls, though - unless it's a 'grinder' and that, of course would get a bit toasted when put in the oven.   of the places that i've been too that did toast the rolls before filling with the meat, they did that to hide the fact that the roll was stale...and it didn't really cover the fact.  that's the other important thing - gotta have FRESH rolls!!   look he talking fresh roll's ...haha lol

                                           
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                                            Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Fri, 07/9/10 9:50 PM (permalink)
                                            Dog Boss


                                            just sampled two of the worst places.................. they shot right to the top of my el-shytdo list !!!!!!!!!!!

                                            wheelies 
                                            rt. 516 
                                            old bridge, nj

                                            two of his roast beef sandwich's............

                                            My sis lives near there, and did'nt care for WHEELIE'S roast beef too much , either....
                                            Not horrible, but nothing special...
                                            and there was language communications issues with the counter gal...
                                            sis wanted "extra au jus" on the side...and the gal had no idea what she was talking about...
                                            (the manager jumped in with the save!!)
                                             
                                            Sis said there were signs around saying that Wheelie's wanted to expand all over ....
                                            well, good luck...
                                             
                                            However, sis and I both feel that Roy Rogers on Rt. 9 , just south of Toms River has real decent roast beef sandwiches...
                                            (they are using "real" roast beef again, not that processed junk....
                                             
                                            P.S. That Nathan's hot dog sounds disgusting...
                                            I personally don't even like ordering a Nathan's hot dog unless it's from a "real" Nathan's ...

                                             
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                                              Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Tue, 07/13/10 3:40 PM (permalink)
                                              I too am a hot dog lover in NJ and have been looking for the chili recipe from Geroge;s hot dogs for a while.  I went to college with both George Jr. and Tommy Pegalotis (not probably close on the spelling of their last name) back in the 60's.  I even played softball for Georges.  I was crushed when I heard they sold the place and even more upset when I found out that the little square store isn't even there any more.  A gentleman from NJ using the name Food_Fan, wrote last year that he had come close in duplicating George's chili recipe, if he still reads these posts, I would love to get the recipe from him, as I too have tried to equal the taste but to no avail.  It appears that he has come close and I would love to see how close.  I lost touch with George and Tommy about 15 or 20 years ago and if I didn't think that they were going to be in business forever i would have asked them to give me the recipe then.  If you are out there Food_Fan, I would love to get your recipe, like you I have never found another sauce quite like it and I have been looking for a long time.
                                              thanks
                                              Gerry
                                               
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                                                Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Tue, 07/13/10 3:53 PM (permalink)
                                                George and Jerry Belibasakis were brothers. Jerry (R.I.P.) owned Jerry's Famous Frankfurters which is still going strong today. Both used the same Best's natural casing franks after Always Tasty moved out of state. Don't know the recipe for either chili, but Jerry's had meat; George's didn't.
                                                 
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                                                  Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Thu, 07/15/10 12:26 AM (permalink)
                                                  i will NOT eat an Italian Hot Dog unless it is on pizza bread and i like to get a double so that there is not excessive bread.  What can i say, i got spoiled at a young age....
                                                   
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                                                    Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Tue, 07/20/10 12:42 PM (permalink)
                                                    My late husband liked pizza bread for all types of sandwiches.  He even enjoyed it with a little butter on it and a cup of coffee.
                                                    I do not enjoy an italian hot dog or sausage on any other bread than pizza bread.  I also think that you could use a pizza loaf for making a muffalatta - that wonderful New Orleans sandwich with Italian cold cuts and olive salad.
                                                    I lived in Philly for a year and fell in love with Amoroso's rolls.  I haven't seen them in  my local supermarkets.  I am not fond of crusty italian loaves for sandwiches, so the soft Amoroso rolls are just perfect for me when I make a sub at home.
                                                     
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                                                      Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Tue, 07/20/10 12:42 PM (permalink)
                                                      My late husband liked pizza bread for all types of sandwiches.  He even enjoyed it with a little butter on it and a cup of coffee.
                                                      I do not enjoy an italian hot dog or sausage on any other bread than pizza bread.  I also think that you could use a pizza loaf for making a muffalatta - that wonderful New Orleans sandwich with Italian cold cuts and olive salad.
                                                      I lived in Philly for a year and fell in love with Amoroso's rolls.  I haven't seen them in  my local supermarkets.  I am not fond of crusty italian loaves for sandwiches, so the soft Amoroso rolls are just perfect for me when I make a sub at home.
                                                       
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                                                        Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Tue, 07/20/10 4:06 PM (permalink)
                                                        I enjoyed some dogs, fries, and birch beer from HotDogJohnnys yesterday after work, been years since I'd been there. Dogs are the same, nothing to write home about. Birch beer is still delicious, and the setting is beautiful. Forgot to get a shirt though...
                                                         
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                                                          Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Tue, 07/20/10 4:52 PM (permalink)
                                                          I almost always forget to get a shirt. Three times I forgot to get a mug. 

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                                                            Re:New Jersey Hot Dogs Tue, 07/20/10 7:19 PM (permalink)
                                                            Applecheeks


                                                            My late husband liked pizza bread for all types of sandwiches.  He even enjoyed it with a little butter on it and a cup of coffee.
                                                            I do not enjoy an italian hot dog or sausage on any other bread than pizza bread.  I also think that you could use a pizza loaf for making a muffalatta - that wonderful New Orleans sandwich with Italian cold cuts and olive salad.
                                                            I lived in Philly for a year and fell in love with Amoroso's rolls.  I haven't seen them in  my local supermarkets.  I am not fond of crusty italian loaves for sandwiches, so the soft Amoroso rolls are just perfect for me when I make a sub at home.

                                                            Applecheeks,
                                                             
                                                            I was in Wildwood a few weeks ago. I had a cheesesteak for lunch at a place called Russo's which has a reputation for very good cheesesteaks and subs. They use Amoroso's rolls which I heard were squishy. They were, but in a good way. Our sub rolls (they call them hoagies in South Jersey and Philly) are harder in North Jersey. The cheesesteak went well with the Amoroso roll. Where do you get these rolls to make subs at home? I wouldn't think they were available this far north.
                                                             
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