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brittneal

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CSD Sun, 03/29/09 7:50 PM (permalink)
I was looking at the featured place of the day and had a question about the Chicago Style.  I grew uo in the burbs but spent a lot of time in the city at my greandmothers.  I remember the poppy seed buns, slice of dill pickle, tomato wedge onion and brown mustard.  I had never seen a CSD againg until I went to Pugs Dog House in Dayton.  That was my first sport pepper.  It lookked nothing like the peppers in the picture  These were tiny and as hard as a rock.  just like the ones you fined in the vinegar bottle on the table in a southern rest.
Which are the bird peppers.  The little tiny ones ore the larger, softer looking ones in todays review?
 
BTW.  I had agreat promotional Idea for this site1  When a memner hits their 1000th post they should het a free insider membership!
 
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    phatphil

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    Re:CSD Sun, 03/29/09 8:28 PM (permalink)
    the pepper used in vienna chicago style dogs is the serano pepper also known as the sport pepper thruout chi town
     
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