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I’m not sure if I should admit this. When my husband and I van camp, he loves staying at Walmart’s that allow overnight parking. Personally, I’d rather sleep at a campground, but he LOVES the idea of saving money.
But here’s the kicker; when we van camped last year, we spent SO much money at the Walmart’s we stopped at. Personally, I think permitting trucks and RV’s to stay overnight is a brilliant move on the company’s part. We bought gas at Walmart, clothes (no judgment, a gal is allowed to determine she doesn’t have ANY clothes suitable for a vacation midway into the trip, right?), bug spray, sunscreen, and food. We bought ALL the things.
We often pop into the store to grab a bite to eat from the deli. But fried chicken and lunch meat can get old. And a gal can only eat so much hummus and veggies in a week. That’s why I was thrilled to find out that Nathan’s Famous Hot Dogs Hot & Ready are available in Walmart Supercenter and Neighborhood Market stores. How cool is that?
If you’re road-tripping or just popping in for a quick lunch or dinner and don’t want to buy condiments, you’ll find small packets of ketchup and mustard available when you pick up your hot dogs. Just ask at the deli if they don’t have them set out.
I opted to buy some good ole dill relish with mustard, coleslaw, and pineapple with a sriracha/mayo mix for our versions of what I’m calling a Relish Dog, Slaw Dog, and Hawaiin Dog.
My husband thought the sound of pineapple on a hot dog sounded absolutely disgusting but after I took a bite and mentioned how good it was he couldn’t resist a bite. I think he’s hooked.