Which Sabrett's should I buy?

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2014/05/17 04:10:08 (permalink)

Which Sabrett's should I buy?

I am going to be using Sabrett's All Beef Natural Casing hotdogs, but I'm not sure which one I should buy for my cart?
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    Junior Burger
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    Re:Which Sabrett's should I buy? 2014/05/19 01:18:59 (permalink)
    Maybe I should clarify...which packaging is the best for my Hotdog Cart?
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    Re:Which Sabrett's should I buy? 2014/05/22 00:18:25 (permalink)
    hello, I'm just gathering info on what is the best hotdog to serve on a cart? I need to know everyone who knows ? and other things too like hwhats best for ....?
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    Re:Which Sabrett's should I buy? 2014/05/22 00:20:12 (permalink)
    Does anyone have a good cart for sale? in around sarasota,fl i'll travel alittle.
     
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    Re:Which Sabrett's should I buy? 2014/05/22 22:56:16 (permalink)
    steveburr123
    Does anyone have a good cart for sale? in around sarasota,fl i'll travel alittle.

    Post your request here;
    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/Roadfood-Classifed-For-Sale-and-Want-Ads-f48.aspx
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    Re:Which Sabrett's should I buy? 2014/05/23 16:40:41 (permalink)
    I use the #11's. They fit the Friehofer bun perfect with room for multiple toppings.
    NYC street dogs are usually #12. They are okay too. #10 and lower have a chewy casing instead of a crisp snap, imo. Difference between #11 and #12 comes out to roughly $4500/yr additional revenue for a good location.
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