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Reading Terminal to get 'Fancy' Corn Dog Stand



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    Fox & Son will come to the Reading Terminal Market.

    Do you ever have a hankering for corn dogs while you shopped and dined at the Reading Terminal Market? What about fancy ones? You'll soon get a chance to whet your appetite next year when a dedicated stand opens up shop.

    Fox & Son Fancy Corn Dogs will come to the Reading Terminal Market next spring, occupying half of former Italian deli and grocery stand Salumeria, which closed this year after nearly 35 years in operation.

    Fox & Son is owned by Chef Rebecca Foxman and Ezekial Ferguson of Reading Terminal's Valley Shepherd Creamery and Meltkraft Grilled Cheese.

    News of Fox & Son comes after this year's announcement of Condiment, a made-to-order and made-from-scratch concept offering condiments like mayonnaise, marinades, butter, ketchup mustard, barbecue sauce, salad dressing, dessert toppings and more.

    Owned by Elizabeth Halen, who also owns the market's Flying Monkey Bakery, Condiment's products will be cooked and made on site.

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