I've always had Johnsonville's Jalapeno, Cheddar, Bratwurst, Beer Bratwurst and Nathans hot dogs. I offer Tamales that I like as much as any I've ever eaten anywhere. They are home made around even in the Supermarkets here because of all the Mexicans that live in this valley. There are Mexican ladies that go door to door t0 office buildings selling them etc.
I sold one Frito Pie from late last August until freezing late December. I've tried Ball Park pre-cooked hamburgers. I have boiled, steamed or grilled dogs and brats. I have all the condiments, including Chili from Sams and Sauerkraut that Sams offers at their deli.
I bathe, wear clean clothes and shoes. I have pretty clean saxophone players' fingernails etc. No sandals, flip flops or Bermuda shorts for me. I don't even own any. I'm probably as good looking as at least half of the guys here even though a senior citizen. LOL!
I just received a phone call from the manager of Habitat For Humanity. She said the board of directors said the parking lot is too congested for my hot dog cart. So, it's full time at Walgreen's until another location can be found.
I'm finishing up a stone walkway Monday and then I'm getting the van loaded and heading to Walgreen's. I'm definitely going to try Lemonade Shakes when it warms up. Heck if I can do 30 of those a day I'll just sell them and get a sno-ball machine. I'll sell anything.
I tried fresh Gulf Shrimp and Crawfish years ago and that flopped too. One guy wanted to know if the little red things were what they were caught with. His wife told me on the phone that he love fresh shrimp. He's never seen anything but a headless frozen shrimp in his life. LOL!
I'm telling you everyone thinks us Cajun's are strange people. If you want to see strange people, move or visit the Western Slope area of the Rocky Mountains. Especially around the Grand Junction area.
I appreciate all the info provided, even the constructive criticism.
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