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Udi's Hot Dog Rolls Rock!

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I think that pretty much sums it up. Ha! These will certainly be a staple in my house.

For those that live in Westchester County (NY) I found them at Decicco's in Ardsley.

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thanks for this post. ;) I was wondering if I could enjoy a hot dog on a roll again.

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How much do they cost? I think I saw $4.50 a pk. Are there 8 rolls?

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How much do they cost? I think I saw $4.50 a pk. Are there 8 rolls?

There are 6 rolls in a pack. I actually was so excited to see them I didn't even look at the price and I bought a bunch of other groceries. Sorry.

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Middle daughter actually sent me a PHOTO of her two lunch hotdogs on Udi's buns! She was SO psyched! And they were fresh, not frozen. I was so jealous... nothing like that where I live!!

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I bought them while visiting my sister in Austin last week (purchased at the flagship Whole Foods) and I agree they do ROCK! I too was so excited I didn't notice the price on them. My first night back at home my hubby and I had chili cheese dogs. So good! I polished off the remaining two buns for dinner a couple of nights ago and I also took pictures to send my sister. Can't wait to try the hamburger buns.

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the hamburger buns are ok but too thick for my liking & way too expensive but what can ya do?

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The gluten-free hot dog buns here are $8.49 for 4!!! Cannot recall the brand - I know it was not Udi's. Still sticking to making my own for now but do want to try Udi's, though.

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the hamburger buns are ok but too thick for my liking & way too expensive but what can ya do?

Can you slice them into 3 parts and use the middle part for toast? I used to do that when I bought Kinnikinnick English muffins.

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