Ted’s Hot Sauce
This sweet and spicy chili sauce has been a Buffalo icon since Ted Liaros, founder of Ted’s Hot Dogs, brought the secret family recipe over from Greece in the 1920s. The rest is history.
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The story of Ted’s Hot Dogs began when Greek immigrant Theodore “Ted” Liaros came to America in 1913 without a penny to his name. In 1927, after operating a horse drawn hot dog cart in a park on Buffalo’s West Side, Ted purchased an old sandwich shack for $100 under the newly constructed Peace Bridge to continue his hot dog tradition.
In 1948, Ted opened his second location in Tonawanda, which remains part of the restaurant family to this day. Locals grew to love the irresistible charcoal broiled hot dogs, handmade onion rings and authentic milkshakes, and Ted’s Hot Dogs quickly became a proud Buffalo tradition. Now, almost 90 years after first opening its doors, Ted’s has grown to eight locations in the Buffalo area and one in Tempe, Arizona.
Ted’s Famous Hot Sauce has been a tradition at Ted’s restaurants since the very beginning. Made from a secret family recipe brought over from Greece, the sweet and spicy chili sauce is a perfect complement to much more than just hot dogs—you can eat it on pretty much anything.
*Refrigerate after opening*
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