Today was hot dog day at the office!
I'll start with a pic of the buns. New England style, of course.
Wonderful Hummel Bros. dogs, swaddled in sauerkraut.
Homemade chili. The meat sauce was better.
Macaroni salad - with nice big chunks of egg!
Close-up of New England style hot dog buns, for anyone unfamiliar with them.
Basically like a loaf of bread with its top split. I like these a lot because the bottom stays pretty strong and won't fall open.
My hot dogs. One with meat sauce, one with chili.
Bonus pic: some sukiyaki my parents made recently. So good. I used to have it all the time as a kid.
What an asinine comment. Depending on where you are in New England, you're in one of the most densely-populated regions of the country. That alone disqualifies it from "flyover" status.
Where do YOU live?
Central CTfag here. I'm pretty sure Cappy's must use cloves and/or allspice in their sauce judging by the taste. It's so good, I've never had another meat sauce like it, and I think it's the best in the state
Honorable mention goes to Kamp Dog down in New London who has a rather different take on meat sauce, somewhat sweeter and spicier. Not as good as cappy's I think
Every once in a while me and some homies buy a couple 30 pack dogs and buns and everyone brings a topping. The selection last time, plus some stuff on the stove.
damn, I love loaded hot dogs, but I can never keep all that shit on hand because I rarely eat them.
>my average hot dog
haven't really seen any other meat sauce dog places besides cappy unless you count chili as meat sauce
that dog juice looks good enough to drink or at least make some kind of dog and broccoli cheese soup
option 1: drive to costco and get rejected and embarrassed at the door in front of everyone
option 2: lift my fingers a couple times and wait for someone to answer me
>putting ketchup on a hot dog
superior hot dog coming through