Full disclosure here: If anyone did the "dogging" on the GNA morning show, it was definitely me as Chrissy is way too much of a saint to call out Kristi Gustafson Bartlette from the Times Union. But the truth is, Kristi deserved some good-natured ribbing as a result of something she said 3 weeks ago regarding eating hot dogs from a convenience store...
Kristi from the Times Union is joining us for the Hot Dog Challenge. She said she would never eat a convenience store hot dog until we asked her to for charity. We will give her $100 for every hot dog she eats for her charity Maddie's Mark.
A little over 4 years ago, when I first told my dad that he was going to be a granddaddy to a little boy, I had a hard time holding back tears. I think he did too. Moments later he went upstairs to the attic and came down with a little piece of my childhood. He appeared a few minutes later holding an old baseball glove - that he had been storing - from my high school baseball playing days. A 30
Today is National Hot Dog Day and there is always the debate of the proper condiment to put on your hot dog. I get a ton of grief from both Brian and Jess because I love ketchup on my hot dog. I also like them burnt or browned on the grill too, but that's a story for another day.
When I was little, I can remember driving through Troy almost every single day with my Dad. We would always drive by the Hot Dog Charlies on 2nd Avenue and when we did, you'd get that wiff of deliciousness.
Clear Food Labs uses genomic technology to test food to see exactly what is in the package you are buying on a molecular level. So when they tested Hot Dogs and Sausages what do you think they found?
Human DNA? What? Yes, human DNA was found in 2% of vegetarian products. I have to admit this makes me very glad I am not a vegetarian , it seems when problems were found in a study by Clear Foods Labs