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SECOND-TIMERS — Jim O’€™Donnell, father of Ruffhaus Hot Dog brothers Fred and Chuck Knight, serves up some mac and cheese, Chicago dogs and fries to El Dorado Hills Medina family, who ate two meals at the innovative hot doggery on Friday. Left to right, mom Sharon, Joshua, 8; dad Max, Mathew, 5; and Gabriel, 3, with his back to the camera. How’s the food? “Best dogs in town,”€ says Max. Village Life photos by Mike Roberts

SECOND-TIMERS — Jim O'€™Donnell, father of Ruffhaus Hot Dog brothers Fred and Chuck Knight, serves up some mac and cheese, Chicago dogs and fries to El Dorado Hills Medina family, who ate two meals at the innovative hot doggery on Friday. Left to right, mom Sharon, Joshua, 8; dad Max, Mathew, 5; and Gabriel, 3, with his back to the camera. How’s the food? "Best dogs in town,"€ says Max. Village Life photos by Mike Roberts
SECOND-TIMERS — Jim O'€™Donnell, father of Ruffhaus Hot Dog brothers Fred and Chuck Knight, serves up some mac and cheese, Chicago dogs and fries to El Dorado Hills Medina family, who ate two meals at the innovative hot doggery on Friday..

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