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Who has the best buns in Columbus?

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    Roland
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    I’m talking about the kind that you can slide a frankfurter between. I would like to make some coney dogs and I don’t know where to start for the bread. I want something that can stand up to being toasted/grilled and wont come apart when you put the meat in.

    Thank you Columbus foodies!

    #300011

    Bristol Bar
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    Am I the only one cracking up at this? Something that will hold up to your meat?

    #300012

    CheeseFoodie
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    Must admit, I just stopped giggling! That said, have you tried Auddino’s?

    http://www.myitalianbakery.com/

    All of their bread is very good, although I haven’t specifically sought out buns for my wienie… sorry, just too easy!

    #300013

    hungrywoolf
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    Yeah Roland likes nice firm buns.

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    drew
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    Yeah, I got a chuckle, too, but knowing Ro, I think he probably is serious about finding a good hotdog bun.

    #300015

    lifeontwowheels
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    I was wondering how long it would take for this one to hit the gutter…

    #300016

    garlic bread is always a nice option

    #300017

    Bristol Bar
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    Looks like exactly 9 minutes.

    #300018

    Roland
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    hehe. All fun aside. I am serious about finding them. :)

    Split top bun. “English” style. Something like this.

    #300019

    blammo
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    I suspect your best option may even be something that didn’t start out as a hot dog bun.

    #300020

    hungrywoolf
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    English style?! About as English as English muffins. People don’t eat hot dogs in England. They eat Sausages (aka bangers)

    #300021

    Cookie
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    #300022

    Bear
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    What is the deal with those damn split-top buns, anyway? I never saw them before I came to the Midwest. They seem awkward and they break easily… are people just too damn lazy to make real hot dog buns or something?

    #300023

    CheeseFoodie
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    The split-top buns originated in New England and work great for lobster rolls, clam rolls, etc. Just not sure they’re the best fit for a hot dog…

    #300024

    Bear
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    CheeseFoodie wrote >>
    The split-top buns originated in New England and work great for lobster rolls, clam rolls, etc. Just not sure they’re the best fit for a hot dog…

    Actually, come to think of it, I did see them for lobster rolls there… just don’t remember them with hot dogs.

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