What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog?

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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/10/29 18:28:07 (permalink)
i take em fully loaded but squeeze the sport peppers over the dawg and put them aside, and if there not true fresh not gassed tomatoes i scrap them
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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/10/29 19:37:58 (permalink)
Hmm, a Portillo natural casing dog adorned with tomato, celery salt, onions, relish, sport peppers, pickle, mustard and what's that? My goodness, that looks like ketchup!
 

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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/10/30 16:46:43 (permalink)
^^you know you put that dog barf on there yourself. :p
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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/10/30 17:51:23 (permalink)
Golly saps, I never lived in the Bahamas, and I've eaten a so-called Chicago-style hot dog. As to the barf, nope, never have tried any, but as I said several years ago, I'd rather that.
 
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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/10/30 22:51:55 (permalink)
Holy crap, Hoffman!  You have the incredible ability to incite the fury of the Roadfood population more than four years after your initial post.
 
What's it like to have that kind of power?  Please promise me you'll use it responsibly.
 
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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/10/30 22:54:02 (permalink)
I know. I'm amazing. And I assure you that I do use my power for the good of mankind.
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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/10/30 23:31:50 (permalink)
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Hmm, a Portillo natural casing dog adorned with tomato, celery salt, onions, relish, sport peppers, pickle, mustard and what's that? My goodness, that looks like ketchup!




I researched their menu and there's NO KETCHUP on their Chicago Dog:
HOT DOG..............................................................2.35
With everything includes: mustard, relish, freshly chopped onions, sliced red ripe tomatoes, kosher pickle and sport peppers piled onto a perfectly steamed poppy seed bun.

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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/10/30 23:42:34 (permalink)
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Hmm, a Portillo natural casing dog adorned with tomato, celery salt, onions, relish, sport peppers, pickle, mustard and what's that? My goodness, that looks like ketchup!




I researched their menu and there's NO KETCHUP on their Chicago Dog:
HOT DOG..............................................................2.35
With everything includes: mustard, relish, freshly chopped onions, sliced red ripe tomatoes, kosher pickle and sport peppers piled onto a perfectly steamed poppy seed bun.


 
But there is indeed catsup on that dog, so maybe MFL took advantage of catsup dispensers in the restaurant (located near the dog barf dispensers for those who are so inclined).
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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/10/31 00:15:00 (permalink)
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Hmm, a Portillo natural casing dog adorned with tomato, celery salt, onions, relish, sport peppers, pickle, mustard and what's that? My goodness, that looks like ketchup!




I researched their menu and there's NO KETCHUP on their Chicago Dog:
HOT DOG..............................................................2.35
With everything includes: mustard, relish, freshly chopped onions, sliced red ripe tomatoes, kosher pickle and sport peppers piled onto a perfectly steamed poppy seed bun.

I know. That's why I posted what I did. I'm not psychic, but I know MFL enjoys dog barf & happily adds it to his dogs.
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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/10/31 00:24:48 (permalink)
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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/10/31 00:30:18 (permalink)
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Hmm, a Portillo natural casing dog adorned with tomato, celery salt, onions, relish, sport peppers, pickle, mustard and what's that? My goodness, that looks like ketchup!




I researched their menu and there's NO KETCHUP on their Chicago Dog:
HOT DOG..............................................................2.35
With everything includes: mustard, relish, freshly chopped onions, sliced red ripe tomatoes, kosher pickle and sport peppers piled onto a perfectly steamed poppy seed bun.

I know. That's why I posted what I did. I'm not psychic, but I know MFL enjoys dog barf & happily adds it to his dogs.

 
I thought he might have just added it for the photo-op, to get a rise out of folks here on RF. But he would voluntarily eat a Chicago Dog with catsup? Given American catsup's national ties with Pittsburgh, that would make the creation a Chipitts Dog. I like a Chicago Dog once in a while, but an even better treat is a chargrilled dog with spicy mustard, caramelized onions, and tart kraut. And perhaps a few drops of pepper sauce, hot green chile, or sriracha.
post edited by quijote - 2011/10/31 00:34:11
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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/10/31 07:47:20 (permalink)
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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/11/01 02:08:05 (permalink)
Only bad warlocks are ugly.
 
Did you know she was married to Ziegfield of 'Ziegfield Follies' fame??
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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/11/01 02:09:49 (permalink)
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Hmm, a Portillo natural casing dog adorned with tomato, celery salt, onions, relish, sport peppers, pickle, mustard and what's that? My goodness, that looks like ketchup!




I researched their menu and there's NO KETCHUP on their Chicago Dog:
HOT DOG..............................................................2.35
With everything includes: mustard, relish, freshly chopped onions, sliced red ripe tomatoes, kosher pickle and sport peppers piled onto a perfectly steamed poppy seed bun.

I know. That's why I posted what I did. I'm not psychic, but I know MFL enjoys dog barf & happily adds it to his dogs.


I thought he might have just added it for the photo-op, to get a rise out of folks here on RF. But he would voluntarily eat a Chicago Dog with catsup? Given American catsup's national ties with Pittsburgh, that would make the creation a Chipitts Dog. I like a Chicago Dog once in a while, but an even better treat is a chargrilled dog with spicy mustard, caramelized onions, and tart kraut. And perhaps a few drops of pepper sauce, hot green chile, or sriracha.
I'm not much for dogs all the time, but when I do have one it's either Chicago-style with everything, OR mustard, onion & kraut. Is that just a Milwaukee thing? Because your dog sounds divine except the hot sauce.

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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/11/01 07:15:53 (permalink)
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Only bad warlocks are ugly.

Did you know she was married to Ziegfield of 'Ziegfield Follies' fame??

I did, indeed, know she was married to Flo Ziegfield.
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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/11/01 12:00:29 (permalink)
I'd like to clear something up. That's not my hot dog. I Googled Chicago dog and that popped up. I noticed the ketchup right away and knowing how Roadfooders like to reach out to one another, I thought I'd post it. Ketchup lovers, mustard lovers, salad on a dog people and all others can all just

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Re:What's the Best Topping on a Chicago Dog? 2011/11/01 13:15:57 (permalink)
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I'd like to clear something up. That's not my hot dog. I Googled Chicago dog and that popped up. I noticed the ketchup right away and knowing how Roadfooders like to reach out to one another, I thought I'd post it. Ketchup lovers, mustard lovers, salad on a dog people and all others can all just


 
Backpeddler. You love catsup on dogs, and you know it.
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