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Nancy tries...making a Kaep Dog

Nancy tries...making a Kaep Dog

Reporter Nancy Angel tries making a Kaep Dog at Main Street Footers.


POSTED June 4, 2013 7:23 p.m.

Sometimes people take pride in their town through statues. Sometimes they decide to build a monument or a park.

 And sometimes, just sometimes, they decided to put every ounce of pride into a hot dog.

In the second video segment of my “Nancy Tries…” series I took a shot at making Turlock's most famous hot dog — the Kaep Dog. In December 2012, Turlock landmark hot dog restaurant, Main Street Footers, announced it would honor hometown football hero Colin Kaepernick with his own hot dog.

Footers held a community contest to find the best ingredients to make up the Kaep Dog. In January, the winner was named and now when customers order the Kaep Dog they receive a footer, dressed in Kaep sauce —a mix of Thousand Island dressing, horseradish, mustard, and cayenne pepper — chili, coleslaw, and jalapenos.

When I tried my hand at making a Kaep Dog, I could  almost feel the pride and community spirit that went into the creation of this hotdog.

Make sure to visit www.turlockjournal.com to view segments of "Nancy Tries..." You can also offer suggestions of places and people for me to visit at facebook.com/turlockjournal or by emailing nangel@turlockjournal.com.

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