Diatribe: Can You Really Justify A $26 Hot Dog?

Diatribe: Can You Really Justify A $26 Hot Dog?

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Diatribe: Can You Really Justify A $26 Hot Dog?

Diatribe: Can You Really Justify A $26 Hot Dog?

A big treat for me when I was a kid was a trip to Bozo’s Hot Dogs in Lockport, Illinois.  It was a little trailer-looking restaurant with outdoor seating at picnic tables in a covered area … almost like a drive-in.  But  you had to get out of your car to place your order at the small “Order Here” window and then take a few steps to the “Pick-Up Here” window.  It was the best place to when we travelled to the dentist.

Bozo’s Hot Dogs were boiled to perfection, served on steamed rolls and topped with the most delicious salt my childhood taste buds had ever encountered.  I always ordered mine with ketchup and relish only, even though they had several additional toppings from which to choose.  My mother loved them, too, and I remember us complaining when the price of a hot dog rose to one dollar.

There’s now a hot dog on the market with a twenty-six-dollar price tag!  The Texas Rangers will be selling a one-pound hot dog (two pounds with all the toppings) called The Boomstick ...

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Created: Mar 30 2012 at 10:06:42 AM
Updated: Mar 30 2012 at 10:06:42 AM
Category: Health
Language: English

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