I almost find it shocking to come across a hot dog stand nowadays with so many creative and ethnic street food options, but that’s what this is. Or was it? Careful with the “h-word” because this is no ordinary “hot dog stand”, this is Vancouver’s only sausage stand.
It is the “New York” of the West Coast and being an Alpha city it is not really short of anything. It is fancy and ghetto with everything in between and there are more restaurants than anyone wants to count. I made a side trip out to LA and this isn’t an official “Follow Me Foodie to LA”, but just a lick of LA.
It was an impromptu trip to California and I spent most of my time in San Diego with another quick side trip to Los Angeles (LA). I’ve been to California several times, but it’s just such a massive state and each area is so different in terms of the culinary scene. Here is a highlight of San Diego – Part 1.
And this was the famous sign and the “rules” at Wilensky’s. You take the sandwich as is, you don’t ask for it to be cut in two, and you don’t tip. Wilensky’s has been open for 80 years and going and it’s still the same family and staff running the show. I ordered their famous “Wilensky’s Special”.
McDonald’s Launches Black & White Burgers… ? It appears the answer may lie in a Chinese saying.‘Heibai liangdao tongchi’ (黑白两道通吃) is an expression to describe someone who ‘eats from both sides’.