May 11, 2016

Ketchup on hot dogs should be a felony

I just had a couple of Chicago-style dogs for lunch.  You can have your Coney Island crappy hot dogs  (yes, you know what I mean Erica, if you are out there). I'll take a red hot any time: an all beef dog, neon green relish, onion, tomato, pickle, sport peppers, and celery salt.

I would probably choose thin crust NY pizza over Chicago deep dish, But when in old Chicago I try to get a good hot dog or a hot Italian beef.

It is a long day and my head still hurts. But my belly is full of good food.

5 comments:

Fuzzy Curmudgeon said...

We're cheap around here. We like hot dogs with catsup. Or with chili. No red hots.

And we are agnostic regarding thin crust or Chicago Style, too. Either works.

Joe said...

I like deep dish too. The wife, not so much. therefore We mostly eat thin.

Bill Lampe said...

I have a rule in my home that catsup on a hot-dog will not be allowed by anyone over the age of 6. It is frikkin etched in high carbon steel and strictly enforced. And I ain't hardly B/S ing

Anonymous said...

All Beef or Chicken and Turkey Dogs?

Mustard and onions

hey teacher... said...

Yikes! Condiment Nazis!!!
First they came for the celery salts, and I did not speak out—
Because I did not use celery salt.

Then they came for the sport peppers, and I did not speak out—
Because I did not use sport peppers, (and do really know what the #^*% a "sport" pepper is).

Then they came for the neon green relish, and I did not speak out—
Because I did not use neon green relish.

Then they came for the ketchup and I shot them with the Ruger my father-in-law brought home from the war.

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