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Choosing between tamales and hot dogs, Jason Cotter and his partner decided that the road to gastronomic success would be paved with sausages. Arlington Brothers uses locally sourced sausages and makes its own condiments in an effort to set itself apart, Cotter says. Carla Meyer The Sacramento Bee
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Killer condiments make Arlington Brothers’ hot dogs best in show

September 02, 2016 08:00 AM

UPDATED September 06, 2016 01:15 PM

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Sacramento Bee dining critic Carla Meyer reviews restaurants and covers other restaurant news in the Sacramento region. She formerly was The Bee's movie critic. She has been with The Bee since 2005. Before that, she worked at the San Francisco Chronicle.
cmeyer@sacbee.com.
Twitter: @CarlaMeyerSB

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