By Hadas Kuznits

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A sausage cutting ceremony took place at Reading Terminal Market Wednesday for the grand opening of a new food stand.

Rebecca Foxman is co-owner of the new Reading Terminal Market food stand Fox and Son, which has taken over the space of the former Salumeria Cheese Stand.

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“It’s fun, county fair-style food such as corn dogs,” said Foxman.

Her partner, Ezekial Ferguson, is the “son” in Fox and Son.

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“I also throw around the term ‘curd enthusiast.’ When you’re cheese making, you first get curds, you pack them into a mold and that’s what makes a wheel of cheese,” Ferguson said. “So it’s the interim between the milk and the actual finished product.”

Cheese curds are a main item in one of their signature products here, a Canadian specialty called “poutine.”

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“It’s hand cut french fries, beef gravy and fresh squeaky cheese curds,” Foxman said.