Murrysville PA. Hot Dog Hut. When I was working on my little project of places to eat, I saw this spot which was closed. I am not sure why I abandoned that project.
You get ideas. Some stick. Others don’t.
It wasn’t that long ago people had rolls of film developed.
People couldn’t wait to open the envelope and see.
Now the pictures sit in the computer, not too many of them printed out.
Hoping the hard drive doesn’t crash.
In Laura and James’ neighborhood, I see a lot of people lined up at this food truck whenever it is open- Ray Ray’s Hog Pit in Clintonville. I read that on Sunday they feature a special of grass fed beef brisket. Laura and James are veg so we’ve eaten at the Whole World Natural Restaurant & Bakery across the street or at their home. But one of these visits I am going to get in this line and see why everyone is willing to wait in the chill air, order up and eat! It must be really good. In fact, I think one weekend I should make a tour of Columbus Food Trucks Here isone review
Saturday Steve and I ventured to the “new” hot dog shop just a mile from the house. It had been empty and abandoned for the longest time. The shop was built in the 60’s and the tile inside is almost Harvest Gold, Avocado Green and Burnt Orange. Saturday it was sparkling clean. Chef Kevin Sousa has opened not one, not two, but THREE new places to eat in the neighborhood! A trifecta, all winners for sure.
Station Street offers French Fries fried in DUCK FAT. Wash it all down with a Mexican Coca-Cola (with cane sugar). We had the New York Dog with sauerkraut and grainy mustard and shared an order of fries.The hot dog had a good flavor and a nice bite to the casing. The music playing was the Temptations and you felt like you were in another decade but with new and fresh food.
See the countertop with the talking hot dogs. Even the rest rooms have a hot dog on the door who look like they can walk and talk.
I drove by Union Pig and Chicken the other night on the way home and took a shot from the car but have to try the food. They just opened up for business. The menu looks inviting so watch for a post in the near future highlighting the fare. And number three is Salt of the Earthwhich has an incredible menu on their link.
Mr. Johnny Liakos has worked here at the Weiner Stand for MORE than fifty years. Here is an articleon him and the famous hot dog stand in downtown Roanaoke, Virginia. I was photographing him through the side glass window, reflection and all and he motioned for me to come on in and photograph him. Seriously. And he stood there waiting for me, interrupting the flow of bun and dogs for a full minute.
Wenatchee, WA. This photo is now hanging over my bed as of last week. Not sure how my dreams will be affected. I like the colors. Full name is EZ’s Burger Deluxe on Wenatchee Ave. I was visiting my brother in Okanogan, WA. Shot it from the parking lot across the street.