You might have seen Zadnik selling his Vienna beef dogs from his bright red and yellow stand on the corner of SE Second and Main in downtown Hillsboro.
He's been there since the fr of July, selling to passers-by, as well as those who make a special trip to his street corner stand. Zadnik spent two months before that vending at the corner of Fourth and Baseline, but settled on the prime downtown location after a few months in business.
Growing up in McMinnville, Ugy said he ate hot dogs from a stand located right across from his house. Vienna Beef, he says, is a "proven" hot dog. First introduced in Chicago at the World's Columbian Exposition the Chicago-style dog continues to be popular among hot dog connoisseurs like Zadnik.
Zadnik sells a basic Vienna Beef hot dog and Polish sausage. Zadnik, 35, moved to Hillsboro when he was 18 to work at Intel.Beautiful Older Woman Want Horny Sex Greensboro North Carolina
He spent a total of eight years working there and at other local semiconductor companies in the area. I was burned out working for corporate America," he explained.
Zadnik vends his dogs four hours a day. He hauls the cart back and forth from his home, so there's plenty of set-up and take-down of not just the cart, but the ingredients.
Then there's buying ingredients and cleaning the cart each day. And business is good, Zadnik says.
He was originally planning to work summers only. But, he says, weather permitting, he's in for the long haul.
Don't panic if you don't see Jamie's Chicago Dogs cart downtown for the next week or so. He's taking a short break to spend the holidays with family, but plans to be on Jan.
And so did the people of Hillsboro, judging by the number vuy customers he sees returning time and again to his cart. Kathy Fuller is a news reporter for the Hillsboro Argus. She can be reached at kfuller hillsboroargus.
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