Do you like this story?
It requires neither reservations nor a gold-level credit limit. it resists the gentrification that has made a mockery of the hamburger (you won’t find a $41 frank on anybody’s menu). The hot dog endures both for its simplicity and its ease of embellishment. The classic add-ons are free, or close to it. Along with the ice cream cone and the pizza slice, the hot dog is one of America’s great one-handed foods. Like the other two, it can be messy to eat, but as this 1949 Palisades Park photo shows, the task can be handled with charm and finesse. Dignity goes out the window, but elegance? Not necessarily, as generations of dog devotees dabbing the corners of their mouths with paper napkins can attest.
Thank you for signing up!
Mar 13 - Mar 13 Bancroft Early Education Open House
Mar 13 - Mar 13 The Atlantic Cape Community College Restaurant Gala
Mar 15 - Mar 15 St. Patrick's Day Dance
Rosie has the latest news about chefs, what they have been doing and where they are going, plus information about the personal appearance of chef Carla Hall at the ShopRite of Greater Morristown.
Did you know Fort Lee was the original motion picture capital of the world? Cinema’s bright and storied history began in New Jersey, so it’s only natural so many movies have roots in the Garden State. In honor of the Academy Awards this Sunday, we asked our staff to pick their favorite movies with New Jersey connections.
Rick Bayless, Melissa Clark, Jonathan Waxman and Nancy Silverton are just a few of the cooks you can learn by watching in videos from David Ellner's Summit-based video magazine, Panna.