The Flavors of New York State

Today is National New York State Day. Did you know that while New York sent three delegates to the Constitutional Convention in 1787, only Alexander Hamilton remained to sign the final document? Interestingly enough, Hamilton was a Federalist that believed for a President to effectively govern, he should be elected for life. By removing campaigning from the office of Presidency, Hamilton believed politics would also be removed. He felt the Senate should also be a life-term appointment. Since there are no term limits in the U.S. Senate, life terms are possible.

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All American Chili Dog and Fries – What a Delicious Mess!

Know one seems to know when the day first came onto the American stage. Was it five years ago? Ten? Did social media spread the word? Who knows. Frankly, who cares? All that matters is that on the last Thursday in July, hot dog loves across our great nation slather chili all over their dogs. Seems fitting, since July is National Hot Dog Month. Just don’t tell my guys or we’ll be eating hot dogs all month-long!

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