There's going to being sauerkraut, and mustard. And relish, shredded mozzarella, mushrooms, onions, bacon, American cheese, chopped tomatoes, chili, sour cream, and sautéed peppers.
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The Animal chef would rather be at Dino's, even if he doesn't want to know where the chicken is sourced.
A girl who only subsisted solely on the McDonald's snack since the age of two was inevitably rushed to the hospital.
Ye Olde King's Head Owner Sounds Off on Stagnant Bank Loans; Pete Wells Named New York Times' New Critic
Suddenly, those heart-warming commercials featuring Pink's owners ring hollow.
Be prepared to pass new Bud Light Platinum on the shelves as you reach for your Deschutes and Ballast Point.
The man who ate L.A. might have a book and show in his future. Go figure!
Though he may be the last food obsessive to finally tart a blog, the eager eater is just thirteen restaurants away from his goal.
Unfortunately, it sounds like every other Pink's hot dog.
An L.A. tour guide reveals the eating errors of a Hollywood legend.
The President can't even have dessert without being bothered, while a West Hollywood classic tries to sue an Atlanta restaurant with a similar name.
Thetans are likely the least of anyone's concerns at L.A.'s biggest meat market.
Mo-Chica, Good Girl Dinette, Pink's, and Chichen Itza are among the participants.
All celebrity news pales in comparison to Michelle Obama coming to town.
The Golden Girls star likes her hot dogs without a single addition.
A new generation could have the same Tail 'O the Pup.
Restaurants both new and old get burgled in L.A. while a former British P.M. has a kitchen blaze.
Hollywood hosts an official Irish holiday bash.
The city hold its 11th annual Thanksgiving dinner, while locavores learn to catch their own food.
One star leaves a Hollywood hot spot in tears while a power couple stays in for room service.
A local charter school had lunch with the ultimate healthy eating advocate while an unlikely Food Network star has his show renewed.