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What's on your hot dog?

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It depends on the type of dog on the bun Dave.

This week I'll be having bratwurst. So mustard, onions, and saurkraut.

If it's a regular dog just like yours.

If it's a chili dog, mustard, onions and melted cheese.

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If I can, mustard, relish, and onions. Some leftover Chile is good too.

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Chicago Style Dave:

 

From wikipedia:

 

A Chicago-style hot dog, Chicago Dog, or Chicago Red Hot is an all-beef frankfurter on a poppy seed bun, originating from the city of Chicago, Illinois. The hot dog is topped with yellow mustard; chopped white onions; bright green sweet pickle relish; a dill pickle spear; tomato slices or wedges; pickled sport peppers; and a dash of celery salt.[. The complete assembly of a Chicago hot dog is said to be "dragged through the garden" due to the many toppings. The method for cooking the hot dog itself varies depending on the respective vendor's preference. Most often they are steamed, water-simmered or grilled over charcoal, the latter of which are referred to as "char-dogs."

 

The canonical recipe does not include ketchup, and there is a widely shared, strong opinion among many Chicagoans and aficionados that ketchup is unacceptable. A number of Chicago hot dog vendors do not offer ketchup as a condiment.

 

 

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Dont think I've had one in over 15 years. This thread is making me hungry. My housemate last year used to like topping her hot dogs with the left over chilli con carne that I would make

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Chicago Style Dave:

 

[thumbup] Chicago definitely has some of the best dogs going!

 

Left to my own devices here in the south, I do mine similarly... Mustard, onion, tomato, pickle, and hot sauce.

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In case of a wiener I like mayo and ketchup, and for a bratwurst onions and sauerkraut. Mmmhhh - guess Krock is not alone, this topic is whetting my appetite, too [biggrin]

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One time my wife and I were in Chicago for 4 days and we went to Portillo's for dinner every night.

 

In addition to hot dogs, they make a mean italian beef sandwich.

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If a brat, a brat bun is a must (not hotdog bun), yellow mustard, & sauerkraut to top things off.

 

A reg. dog, Ketchup, yellow mustard, sometimes pickle relish, & maybe hot horseradish.

 

Aster

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Cheese, bbq sauce, bacon and onion rings if any are on hand. Gotta toast the bun.

Another kind I do has basil, tomatoes, mozzarella and balsamic dressing.

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Chicago Style Dave:

 

From wikipedia:

 

A Chicago-style hot dog, Chicago Dog, or Chicago Red Hot is an all-beef frankfurter on a poppy seed bun, originating from the city of Chicago, Illinois. The hot dog is topped with yellow mustard; chopped white onions; bright green sweet pickle relish; a dill pickle spear; tomato slices or wedges; pickled sport peppers; and a dash of celery salt.[. The complete assembly of a Chicago hot dog is said to be "dragged through the garden" due to the many toppings. The method for cooking the hot dog itself varies depending on the respective vendor's preference. Most often they are steamed, water-simmered or grilled over charcoal, the latter of which are referred to as "char-dogs."

 

The canonical recipe does not include ketchup, and there is a widely shared, strong opinion among many Chicagoans and aficionados that ketchup is unacceptable. A number of Chicago hot dog vendors do not offer ketchup as a condiment.

 

 

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only thing missing is the 3 large french fries along the top.....Dad grew up in the 40s-50s on Cicero avenue then Lakewood ave...he knows Chi-dogs !

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