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But last week it paid off when I noticed a sign for Hot Dog Pops in the Rancho Center in Diamond Bar, not far from the Oak Tree Lanes on Diamond Bar Boulevard. Seemed like it might be good for a review, so I dropped in for lunch...Hot Dog Pops has a
The Dodger Dog needs a remodel, and this being Los Angeles, there are plenty of suggestions, ranging from a new coat of paint to a complete teardown. After Chris Erskine offered his proposals for improving the sorry pup in the Los Angeles Times'
September 24, 2013 The hot dog has always been tightly tethered to New York City in the public imagination. As a result, few Americans (not to mention New Yorkers) know that just across the Hudson River, on the hills and shores of New Jersey, this
He only changes his Sonoran-style hot dogs for people who have special requests. If there is no request, it is the same concept as heavily competitive hot dogs that are sold by several vendors in Tucson, Ariz. It's the same idea of the hot dog that
Rio Linda is only a 20-minute drive from downtown Sacramento, but it's a world away. The former poultry capital is workin'-folk country where the dented pickup trucks are actually used to haul stuff, and you're likely to see horses on Main Street.
And if you're like the rest of Los Angeles you prefer your protein in burger form. The Burger Lounge's Culinary Director Jim Little has been gracious enough to share their recipe for their Spring Lamb Burger with Asadero cheese, tomatillo mayo, and
The hot dog is one of the few foods that's nearly impossible to screw up. You heat it through, tuck it into a bun, squirt on some mustard, and call it lunch. But there's a big difference between not screwing something up and turning it into a
Updated: Sunday, March 17, 2013, 6:00 AM Noriki Tamura, owner of Japadog, with three most popular selections in his restaurant (including one with seaweed). Hot diggity dog the gourmet wiener craze is still going strong!
Dress up that hot dog lots of ways to do it Plenty of people surely will disagree, but I firmly believe that underdressed hot dogs simply aren't worth the calories. If all you're going to do to a hot dog is drizzle some ketchup, splurt some mustard
Slathering cream cheese on hot dogs is a notion that rose from the streets, not recipe books. Bonnie Slotnick, owner of the esteemed Greenwich Village antiquarian cookbook shop that bears her name, isn't aware of any books that endorse the