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The Trenton Thunder Dog Craze

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Baseball is in full swing and what goes better with America’s favorite past-time than a hotdog at the ballpark? Trenton Thunders culinary genius Chris Champion took us behind the scenes to see how his infamous thunder dog is prepared for all the screaming hungry fans!

The thunder dog comes fully equipped with a big beef frankfurter, pork roll, cheese and your favorite condiments hot off the grill in what some are calling a slice of heaven!

Don’t worry game-goers, Trenton Thunders Media Director Bill Cook says that there is a wide variety of healthier choices to choose from at the game as well.

“We have a healthy stand. We’ve got obviously things that aren’t quite as healthy like the thunder dog but they’re fun and they’re different and you’re not gonna find-em anywhere else. We’re taking things up a notch and giving people more and more options,” he said.

The menu also includes salads, coal fire pizza, build your own nachos and more! And while the thunder dog can put you back $8.00, Tuesdays are $1.00 hotdog days, the regular ones of course, but pair that with a $2.00 Rolling Rock pint and you have yourself an inexpensive night at the stadium!

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