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A vegetarian friend of mine will occasionaly eat one of their hot dogs on the grounds that they can't possibly contain meat. Depending on what the DOH inspection report says, she may be proven wrong.
What the DOH should have closed are some of the people who congregate in front of Papaya Dog.
Likely a paper work closing (happened to me once). you have to have a dead body stored in the cooler to get shut down otherwise
What a shocker! I would think Papaya Dog would have extremely high standards in terms of cleanliness and food preparation! ;)
Boo! The King rules!
Oh but the mummified hot dogs at 7-11 are exempt.
@ Sinestra: NYC DOHMH doesn't have jurisdiction over stores such as 7-11; the state health department does. This is why they can't inspect anything inside 7-11s or impose soft drink limits there, for example.
@ anon, yes correct but to be exact it's the NY State Department of Agriculture that inspects 7/11s, delis and such.
Papaya Dog is delicious! Fuck you, DOH!
Any vegetarian who eats these on the assumption it doesn't contain meat are way wrong.... mice and roaches contain meat, right?
well, if by "meat" your vegetarian friend means any cut of meat one can buy at a butcher shop, then of course there is no meat in a hot dog.but if you count body parts like lips, anuses (anii?) and the like, i'm afraid she's dead wrong!
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