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Legit "frankfurter" AKA for the uninformed "lobster rolls" in MKE?

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Legit "frankfurter" AKA for the uninformed "lobster rolls" in MKE?

exvaxman | Aug 7, 2014 12:40 PM

St. Paul Seafood at the marketplace has them, or had. I haven't been there for years and never will return. There was a very smelly (drunk?) that had not shaved/bathed and was a true a-hole when we went there for a lunch when they opened. He thought he was witty and in the first time since I met my better-two-thirds she told me we were walking out and eating elsewhere. In 30 years this was her only place she demanded we walk out of due to the service. Kinda sad because I liked the cubs fan that always was awesome to my father and myself. But such a horrendous experience will never have me visit again.

Anyway, anyone know of proper "frankfurter" rolls in the Milwaukee area?
Chicago Metallic sells the forms.

Oh, BTW, my cub scouts (now Eagle Scouts) once ran a test for a badge that required sampling. There was a badge following, etc. Usingers beat out Nathan's. The frankfurter rolls browned in a sandwich press scored much higher than hot dog rolls. They were once available in the freezer at Woodman's.

If anyone MKE sees a 1940's sandwich press cheap, please let me know.

Anyway's Pub - Oakbrook Terrace,
Nathan's Chicago Style,
Nathan's Noodles
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