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jrt13

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Looking for a comparable hot dog to a saugy Tue, 06/30/09 10:48 AM (permalink)
Hello,
Im originally from Rhode Island, living in florida.  I was wondering if anyone knew of a hot dog that is comparable in taste to a saugy, to me there isnt any better then a saugy, unfortunately from here i cant get them witout paying an arm and a leg to have them shipped from saugy.
 
Thanks
Jeff
http://saugy.net/history.html
<message edited by jrt13 on Tue, 06/30/09 1:48 PM>
 
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    ann peeples

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    Re:Looking for a comparable hot dog to a saugy Tue, 06/30/09 10:51 AM (permalink)
    What is a saugy?
     
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      jrt13

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      Re:Looking for a comparable hot dog to a saugy Tue, 06/30/09 1:50 PM (permalink)
      its a type of hot dog, i put the link up there for it
       
      http://saugy.net/history.html
       
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        Buddy Dek

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        Re:Looking for a comparable hot dog to a saugy Wed, 07/1/09 7:29 PM (permalink)
        I have never heard of or seen saugy frankfurters in the NY area. Not sure if they could compete with Sabrett , Nathans, Thumans, Boars Head and all the other brands in N.Y  but if they have snap in natural casings I would give them a try.  They obviously didn't make it too far from there home state of Rhode Island.
         
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          John Fox

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          Re:Looking for a comparable hot dog to a saugy Thu, 07/2/09 6:55 PM (permalink)
          They are not sold in the N.Y./N.J. area or in Florida. Someone from the company was kind enough to send me some to sample about 2 years ago. They are a quality beef and pork dog similar to some of the better beef and pork dogs in New England. They have a slight peppery taste in the background like Sahlen's.
           
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            badbyron722

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            Re:Looking for a comparable hot dog to a saugy Fri, 07/3/09 12:44 AM (permalink)
            Good luck .Its hard to find a good dog in Fla.
             
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              Buddy Dek

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              Re:Looking for a comparable hot dog to a saugy Mon, 07/6/09 12:35 PM (permalink)
              Thanks John F for your expertise on this subject. We are all in search of a good new dog to try. Florida sounds like they have a real shortage of tasty dogs.    Buddy
               
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                bigd

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                • Location: Warren, NJ
                Re:Looking for a comparable hot dog to a saugy Tue, 07/7/09 1:30 PM (permalink)
                FL is the culinary wasteland of America. Not much quality food nor Roadfood. I lived their for 13 long yrs and finally escaped.
                 
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                  roossy90

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                  Re:Looking for a comparable hot dog to a saugy Sat, 07/11/09 4:32 PM (permalink)
                  badbyron722


                  Good luck .Its hard to find a good dog in Fla.


                  Or South Carolina....
                   
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                    John A

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                    Re:Looking for a comparable hot dog to a saugy Sat, 07/11/09 5:12 PM (permalink)
                    Hmm, that's odd. Doesn't take me but a couple of minutes to find good hot dogs. Along with all of the national brands, Nathans, Boars Head, Herbrew National, etc, we have a couple of family owned deli's that make their own .
                     
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