Charleston Edition: Buddy B's Market

By Candace Nelson - 10:00 AM

Buddy Bs Market

I've talked before about how southern West Virginia certainly has a hot dog culture.

Buddy Bs Market

I honestly didn't know how much people loved hot dogs until I moved here the first time.

Buddy Bs MarketRecently, I was reading this piece on a West Virginia hot dog road trip and noticed a place I hadn't been to: Buddy B's Market.

Buddy Bs MarketThis Sissonville grocery serves a few hot items like hot dogs and hot bologna, in addition to their packaged products.

Buddy Bs MarketI went to the small counter to the right and decided to try two different hot dogs this time: a traditional West Virginia hot dog with chili, slaw, mustard and onions. Then I also got one with ketchup and onions just to switch it up a bit.

Buddy Bs Market

They were prepared on a small paper and slid into a bag, but remained in tact for consumption. Super fine slaw and onions.

Buddy Bs Market

I read somewhere that only people under like 10 are allowed to put ketchup on a hot dog. Welp, here we are!

Who makes your favorite hot dog?

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