The meat vendor


Hotdog stand

Americans might think they know hotdogs. I thought I knew hotdogs. Then I came to Thailand and discovered that there are more varieties of hotdogs and sausages than you can imagine. This is just a small display of the hotdogs and meatballs you can find around town. They come in all shapes and sizes. You can get chicken, pork, or fish hotdogs (beef is quite rare). You can get them somewhat fermented. They can have different seasonings. They can have rice or noodles in them with the meat. There’s always a variety of dipping sauces for the meat. You get the picture. The only downside is think about what goes into a hotdog in the US. Now just remember that this is Thailand… Tasty, though.

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