Tales of Strange Hot Dog Condiments and Odd Cuts of Beef.
Can I say it? I’m so sorry, but I hated the Seattle Dogs we had. Both of them. I will keep trying but this was a shocker.
Ah, the Sorrento. We stayed there once and then I forgot the name. Cool lobby. Bateau sounds fun.
Great news about the hot dog stand for sale in Allentown! They found a buyer! https://www.wfmz.com/news/area/lehighvalley/excited-to-keep-it-going-nearly-80-year-old-hot-dog-shop-changing-hands-in/article_edcfc6e6-9f41-11ee-a65f-1f07f70944eb.html#tncms-source=Recommended-Content-IQ-(right-column)
Amy and I love Seattle Dogs and make them at home on occasion. We have not had any version with toppings beyond onions and cream cheese though. I think the key is for both the bun and the grilled onions to be hot, melting the cream cheese into more of a condiment consistency. (We recently had a Seattle Dog in Milwaukee and agreed it was not good — but the toppings and bun were not hot enough and the proportions were off.) For me, I put the Seattle Dog and the Flo’s Dog in the same category — unusual but delicious.