That’s Better: Good American Food

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We went into D.C. today to do some banking and to buy a couple of pages of the new Miles Davis/Edith Piaf stamps. Accosted by a food truck selling half smokes, we took a little “pause for the cause”. I had mine with yellow mustard, onions and sauerkraut ;)

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17 Responses to That’s Better: Good American Food

  1. Mad Dog says:

    Sorry the clapping smiley above didn’t work (in case you are wondering what =D> means).

  2. annashortcakes says:

    Hot dogs are ultra American!

  3. We were just commenting last night how a hot dog isn’t a hot dog without regular old mustard!

  4. ceciliag says:

    I have so seldom eaten one of these, but if I did, it would surely be from a street seller.. perfect! c

  5. Something about a hotdog from a street vendor — just makes it taste better :-)

  6. ambrosiana says:

    Mine would have also had some ketchup!!! Man!!!… I want a hot dog!!!!!!

  7. Alaina says:

    Looks dangerously delicious. Love it.

  8. Conor Bofin says:

    Am I the only one to be shocked? No hanging around the market? No beautiful breast of duck? No wonderful French plate?
    Still, the dog looks pretty tasty.
    Best,
    Conor

  9. Sauerkraut really is all American…. OH wait. OK, you’re so close to the Chesapeake. You know what to do!

  10. baconbiscuit212 says:

    Miles Davis and Edith Piaf stamps are out? I should go to the post office!

    I love a good hotdog. This looks like it was a good one :-)

  11. Meenakshi says:

    How can you not fall in love with that glorious hot dog…I pick hot dogs over hamburgers anyday!

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