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What condiments go on a hot dog in your neck of the woods??

What condiments go on a hot dog in your neck of the woods??

Old Jan 29, 14, 7:45 pm
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What condiments go on a hot dog in your neck of the woods??

In Chicago a hot dog has mustard, onions and relish. Sport peppers are a likely possibility. A classy place may have a pickle and a tomato.

We would never put catchup on a hot dog. If any one asks for it they are either a tourist or not raised very well. Asking for catchup goes a long way to explain the high homicide rate here.

The best hotdogs are made by Vienna.

What goes on a hot dog where you live?
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Old Jan 29, 14, 7:57 pm
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What goes on a hot dog where you live?
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Originally Posted by SirFlysALot View Post
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Hey, now, let's keep this family friendly.
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A good brown mustard. Suggestion: You might get more feedback if you move the topic to the dining forum.
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Ketchup, and available.. Tomatoes.
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Never, ever, catsup. It kills the taste of the dog. Trulym
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Layered in this order:

Mustard
Ketchup/Catsup
Sweet Relish
Diced Onions.

The mustard MUST be the first layer, touching the hot dog. This is an imperative.
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Old Jan 29, 14, 9:22 pm
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Yellow mustard, onions, maybe relish.

Confession: I'm vegetarian, so it ain't a real hot dog.
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For my mother and I, mustard and relish.


For everybody else I know, mustard, onions, coleslaw, chili, cheese - and for some jalapeño peppers.
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Originally Posted by SirFlysALot View Post
In Chicago a hot dog has mustard, onions and relish. Sport peppers are a likely possibility. A classy place may have a pickle and a tomato.

We would never put catchup on a hot dog. If any one asks for it they are either a tourist or not raised very well. Asking for catchup goes a long way to explain the high homicide rate here.

The best hotdogs are made by Vienna.

What goes on a hot dog where you live?
A hot dog made any other way than described simply isn't a dog. Some places also add a bit of celery salt.

But ketchup on a dog is like cheeseless pizza, or a tofu hamburger. Sacrilege!
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Old Jan 29, 14, 10:11 pm
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Originally Posted by youreadyfreddie View Post
Layered in this order:

Mustard
Ketchup/Catsup
Sweet Relish
Diced Onions.

The mustard MUST be the first layer, touching the hot dog. This is an imperative.
Right ingredients, but ketchup has to be first.
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French's yellow mustard with or without sauerkraut
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Old Jan 29, 14, 10:18 pm
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As we welcome the thread to Dining Buzz from OMNI, I will note that some of you will fit right into this related thread:

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/dinin...ood-rules.html



And there is a another thread that also might be of interest to those passionate about how their dogs are dressed:

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/dinin...-you-live.html

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Old Jan 29, 14, 10:42 pm
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I don't know what "condimenets" are but in my view no one should ever attempt to put any condoms on a hot dog whatever neck of the woods they are in.

At least wait until it cools down.
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