Owners want recipes from hot dog shop known from ‘M.A.S.H.’

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TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) – A feud over recipes from an Ohio hot dog eatery made famous on the TV series “M.A.S.H.” is back in court.

The owners of Tony Packo’s, in Toledo, have filed a complaint against one of the restaurant chain’s former owners who testified over a year ago that he had a notebook with the eatery’s chili soup and hot dog sauce recipes.

The owners who bought Tony Packo’s in 2012 amid a family feud over ownership say the purchase included the company recipes.

The Blade newspaper in Toledo reports the new owners filed a complaint in court Wednesday.

“M.A.S.H.” actor Jamie Farr made Tony Packo’s famous in the 1970s when he portrayed a homesick U.S. soldier in the Korean War who longed for their hot dogs on the show.

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