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View Poll Results: What goes on a dog?
Mustard 54 83.08%
Onions 39 60.00%
Relish 23 35.38%
Tomatoes 10 15.38%
Cucumber 6 9.23%
Sour Kraut 29 44.62%
Hot Peppers 17 26.15%
Ketchup 28 43.08%
Mayo 6 9.23%
Other (specify) 18 27.69%
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Old 02-01-2007, 08:40 PM   #1
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Default What do you put on a hotdog?

Here in the Chicagoland area, we put all sorts of stuff on dogs. Ketchup is considered a sin. What goes on where you live?

I like Mustard, Onions, Relish, tomato, Cucumber, Hot Peppers and Celery Salt. Steamed buns and dogs are a must too!

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mustard, onion, relish, kraut.
wash it down with a big beer.

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Old 02-01-2007, 08:49 PM   #3
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Mustard, onions, relish, sport peppers and usually a dill pickle spear.

I'm not much for tomatoes and cucumbers, but I love a Chicago style dog.

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I'm originally from south of Chitown, so nix on ketchup or mayo. But, what else depends on what's available. A really good dog can get by with some hot, brown mustard. Nothing wrong with chili & cheese or some crisp dill pickles.

And a soft bun. None of the dutch crunch or fake french rolls for me.

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Roast green chile, cheese, onion, pickles, mustard, salsa, avacado, cucumber, tomato, pickled peppers, rolled in a fresh tortilla. That's the way we do it in Nuevo Mexico.

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For myself, mustard (not that cheapo bright yellow crap) is a must. From there kraut is always good and onion. I also love to take a nice grilled hot dog, add mustard and then add leftover taco meat and crisp, chopped, raw onions ontop of that. I think that's my favorite of all.

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Mustard only.

All the rest is considered a salad sandwich...

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I'm originally from south of Chitown, so nix on ketchup or mayo. But, what else depends on what's available. A really good dog can get by with some hot, brown mustard. Nothing wrong with chili & cheese or some crisp dill pickles.

And a soft bun. None of the dutch crunch or fake french rolls for me.
I wanted to add chili and cheese, but I could only have 10 options
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Which reminds me...we should go to Famous Freddy's Roudhouse sometime. You can get a chili cheese bratwurst for under $2.00.

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Sonoran Dogs are popular here:
Dog is grilled over an open flame
mesquite-smoked bacon
soft bun
fresh-chopped tomatoes
onions
shredded cheese
ketchup
tomatillo salsa
mayonnaise (or mustard)
grilled chiles
sour cream.

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