QUINCY, Mass. -- Stop & Shop Cos. here came out on top with its all-beef deli hot dogs in a blind taste-test to find the dog of dogs. The test, which involved one tasting panel of adults and another of children, was conducted by the editorial department of Cook's Illustrated, a consumer magazine based in Brookline, Mass. Stop & Shop's hot dogs were the only supermarket deli dogs tasted. The chain's products were chosen because they happened to be in the right place at the right ...

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