If you ever see a list of the best hot dogs in NYC, Crif Dogs is invariably on the list. Not only do they have some creative toppings, but every frank is deep-fried, and most are wrapped in bacon. Yeah, that’s the ticket!
Bark started with a small strorefront in Park Slope, then added another outlet at Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park. This season they opened a stand at High Line Park. That’s where I went a couple of times recently to sample some dogs.
New Yorkers may not be familiar with Chicago Dogs, so let’s walk through one. An all-beef hot dog shares the bun with mustard, relish, onions, a pickle spear, tomato wedges, sport peppers, and a dash of celery salt.
ConAgra Foods Inc. says a lawsuit that claims its products aren’t really kosher is without merit. The suit claims that ConAgra, based in Omaha, Neb., charges premium prices for Hebrew National meats, which it says aren’t really 100 percent kosher.
Several months ago, we told you about a book in the works that is right up the alley of those who loves the smells of New York City. Well, now it’s available for pre-order.
There are two types of hot dogs (beef & chicken), two types of sausages (spicy jalapeño chicken and sweet Italian chicken), and a vegan sausage (Italian with basil & sun-dried tomato).
If you’ve ever set foot in New York City, you’ve likely seen, smelled and tasted one of the Sabrett hot dogs that are sold from yellow and blue canopied carts all across the city.
New York City is known for, among other things, well, how do we say this, its scents – both the good and the bad.
When you think of food in the Big Apple, the hot dog is about as “New York” as it gets. But those street-side vendor carts are in transition.
This year’s Fourth of July hot dog eating contest on Coney Island has a new women-only pigout.
Hungry crowds will consume more than 250,000 burgers and hot dogs, 27,000 pounds of tomatoes, and four and a half tons of crab and lobster over the next 2 weeks at the U.S. Open.