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Brand of hot Dog served by Sams Club ? -Detroit

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bigcab Jan 12, 2008 07:16 AM

Had a GREAT Hot Dog at Sams Club snack bar yesterday. When I asked the cashier what kind it was She replied " Kosher" ( a type not a brand) . Any ideas what brand of Kosher ? It was a big dog with great taste. You could only buy them by the case at the cafeteria counter.

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    fourunder Jan 13, 2008 06:31 PM

    Do you think it was......Shofar Brand meats?

    They have similar packaging to Hebrew National Brand.

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      mutti Jan 13, 2008 06:20 PM

      You don't have to buy a whole case, they're in the frozen food department,I think it comes in a pack of ten,and yes the brand is called best kosher,It's been called that for years,costco is simular but called by a different name, equally as good.

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        bigcab Jan 14, 2008 04:09 AM

        Mutti,
        Yeah I asked the cashier if I could buy them in the stor...She replied "only by the case" maybe she wasn't too bright though, She said the BRAND was Kosher (twice). Probably "BEST" kosher though..thanks.

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        Bobfrmia Jan 12, 2008 11:53 AM

        The one in Des Moines serves Best Kosher. The finest beef frank I have ever had. Whatever it was, they will have them for sale. Almost a good enough reason to join.
        I have heard that some Costco's also serve Best, but the one here serves Sanai (sp?) Kosher. Not as good IMO.

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          boagman Jan 12, 2008 12:25 PM

          Having had both, I actually enjoy Hebrew National more (if, indeed, Sam's Club actually serves Best brand), but that may have *something* to do with the fact that, when I get a Hebrew National at Comerica Park at a Tigers' game here in Detroit, it comes with wonderful grilled onions, and grilled onions make most *anything* better.

          Still, at $1.50 for a dog and a drink at Sam's or Costco, it's a big old bargain. My folks will actually opt for the polish sausage, but not me! No sir! Dog and a drink, please! With mustard! *Anyone* who puts ketchup on a hot dog should be shot in non-vital places until they "see the light." ;)

        2. weinstein5 Jan 12, 2008 07:42 AM

          The ones here in Chicago area I think were serving best kosher -

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            bubbles4me Jan 12, 2008 07:20 AM

            Probably Hebrew National...the same as Costco

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