01
Apr
08

Fenway Franks, Now Without Pig Intestine!


At long last, Fenway is undergoing the necessary changes to become a modern baseball stadium. Originally built in 1912, there are some extremely outdated things about the stadium that need to be upgraded. Of course, I’m referring to the fact that for the first time, Fenway, which reportedly sells the most hot dogs of any baseball stadium is adding a new item to the menu; Kosher hot dogs, available from a vending machine.
Yum!

The front of the vending machine, Kosher dogs available 24/6!

The vending machine was recently demonstrated for Aramark and Fenway execs, who wore Red Sox yarmulkes for the taste-test. “We were very impressed,” Haggerty said. “It was a very interesting and unique machine and . . . the hot dogs were very tasty.”

Wayne Feder, the creator of the machine reportedly “first eyed Kosher Vending Industries because his children’s Jewish day school, the Maimonides School in Brookline, lacked a hot lunch program.” [emphasis added]

I think it is safe to say that very few schools across the country offer the hot lunch program. Although, I definitely can think of at least one…


5 Responses to “Fenway Franks, Now Without Pig Intestine!”


  1. 1 the sister
    April 1, 2008 at 1:12 pm

    Am I stupid? What the hell does 24/6 mean?

  2. 2 slanch
    April 1, 2008 at 1:16 pm

    not 24/7 because on the sabbath, we rest as the lord intended

  3. 3 the sister
    April 1, 2008 at 2:12 pm

    we’re not catholic – we can eat delicious pig-intestine-free hot dogs any day we want.

  4. April 1, 2008 at 2:57 pm

    Yeah but it’s a vending machine that uses electricity, so Jews who strictly observe the Sabbath can only use it 6 days a week, not 7.


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