New Jersey Hot Dog Styles Are Important

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Thrillist shared their list of the 41 Most Important Hot Dog Stytles in America, with three of the style originating in Northern New Jersey – for those who forgot, Saveur did a full writeup in April highlighting all seven styles.

First was the Italian Dog, the deep-fried dog popular in North Jersey and topped with onions peppers and potatoes. Peter Genovese of NJ.com suggests Tommy’s in Elizabeth for the best. Then there’s the Ripper, deep-fried till it “rips”. Unsurprisingly, Rutt’s Hut in Clifton is cited as the original. Finally is the Texas Weiner, deep-fried and topped with mustard, raw onion, and “chili”. Among the Texas Weiner suggestions by Jersey dog expert John Fox (via Savuer) were Goffle Grill (Hawthorne) and Pappy’s Diner (Totowa).

[photo source: Goffle Grill]

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