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Re: The Hot Dog Destination Poll? 2014/07/19 17:20:53 (permalink)
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You say that like it's a bad thing...
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Depends it you're on the winning or losing side I guess.
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Re: The Hot Dog Destination Poll? 2014/07/19 22:42:29 (permalink)
Now you're getting the hang of it.
 
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Re: The Hot Dog Destination Poll? 2014/07/20 12:46:49 (permalink)
Is the poll.... what do people "think" of as a hot dog destination?
 
If that, I believe a lot of people nationwide think of a Chicago Dog.  It's well known as it's been around a long time.
 
If I'm thinking of my favorite dog and then thinking of a destination it would be New Jersey because that's where I'd be best able to find a Thurmann's all beef in a natural casing or Tucson for a Sonoran Dog.
 
Luckily now my destination is the Los Angeles Farmer's Market because they're available in bulk at one of the meat markets there.
 
In Los Angeles if I'm looking for a destination to purchase a hot dog prepared in a bun, it would be Fab.
 
Sadly, my closest go to place, Mad Dogz (my renters) sold to a soon to be Mexican Restaurant.  They sold natural casing Sabrett's although their signage said Vienna.

It's about the dog.
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