The “Pots and Hots” part of this dish harkens back to the original iteration that was created in Rochester in 1918. “Pots” stands for potatoes, while “Hots” stands for hot dogs! The Garbage Plate is still something that you can get in Rochester at the original restaurant, Nick Tahou Hots.
- French fries or home fries
- Hamburger patties or hot dogs
- Siete dairy-free queso
- Chopped onions
- Pile all of that deliciousness on top of each other starting with your choice of potato and moving down.
- Enjoy the epic meal that layeth before you.
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