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RobertN Wrote:
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Quote:If you're from Chicago, you shouldn't be putting ketchup on your hotdog in the first place
I put ketchup on my hotdogs . . . when I was twelve.

I'm from the south, and our idea of great dogs don't include ketchup either. Mustard, chili, onions is just fine, some folks want to add slaw, but that's not necessary.

Botton line, no self-respecting adult should put ketchup on a hotdog...from Chicago or otherwise. 02-13-banana
Have you tried a Chicago dog at Portillo's(up on 23 in Sycamore)? If not, you have to try one with everything on it.

Have I? My damn car knows the way there on its own. I mean, those dogs and a drive-thru liquor store next door. Who could ask for anything more.

Seriously, I love those dogs. They are really different than anything I had before, especially with those peppers, but they are mighty tasty. But, you'll never get me to admit that in front of my Southern brethren. ;-)

Yes the Chicago style pizza rocks too, but as a southerner, I don't have a dog in that fight, you're gonna have to settle that with NY.
10-23-2006 06:28 PM
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NIUMgmtProf Wrote:
RobertN Wrote:
NIUMgmtProf Wrote:
Quote:If you're from Chicago, you shouldn't be putting ketchup on your hotdog in the first place
I put ketchup on my hotdogs . . . when I was twelve.

I'm from the south, and our idea of great dogs don't include ketchup either. Mustard, chili, onions is just fine, some folks want to add slaw, but that's not necessary.

Botton line, no self-respecting adult should put ketchup on a hotdog...from Chicago or otherwise. 02-13-banana
Have you tried a Chicago dog at Portillo's(up on 23 in Sycamore)? If not, you have to try one with everything on it.

Have I? My damn car knows the way there on its own. I mean, those dogs and a drive-thru liquor store next door. Who could ask for anything more.

Seriously, I love those dogs. They are really different than anything I had before, especially with those peppers, but they are mighty tasty. But, you'll never get me to admit that in front of my Southern brethren. ;-)

Yes the Chicago style pizza rocks too, but as a southerner, I don't have a dog in that fight, you're gonna have to settle that with NY.
lmfao There is a drive through liquor store? I haven't been back in 2 years so there are a lot of new places that I have never seen. I am in CT so pretty much all I get out here is NY or New Haven(thin crust on bottom but a medium thickness outer crust) style pizza and their "Chicago dogs" are a joke-not to mention very few sell them. I need to have some Portillo's shipped here. 04-rock
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NiuCoils Wrote:Oh by the way. I love ketchup. Mustard tastes like ass. Chicago has outstanding pizza, but the worst taste in hot dogs possible.
Move then. Chicago style dogs rock! Hold the relish for me though, it tastes too much like ketchup. It is a disgrace to put ketchup on hot dogs, brats, Italian sausage, etc.
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Educate yourselves:
http://www.viennabeef.com/culture/chicagostyle.asp
(btw, there are many hot dog stands which dont stock ketchup, or refuse to put it on for you. to them i say: 04-bow
Portillo's is good, if not overpriced. If you're out for an interesting experience, go to Weiner's Circle in Lincoln Park after midnight. The staff and clientele is unique at that time to say the least (lets just put it this way, foul language is welcomed and encouraged, from both sides of the counter)

As far as pizza, I love the deep dish variety, but its more of a special occasion type thing. Its too filling and expensive to chow down on on a regular basis. Chicago has a very distinct thin crust which I think I actually prefer to deep dish. Give me some Freddys on my deathbed, and I will die a happy man. (I love how our conversations always seem to lead to food. That must say something about us :shhh: )
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niuhuskie84 Wrote:Educate yourselves:
http://www.viennabeef.com/culture/chicagostyle.asp
(btw, there are many hot dog stands which dont stock ketchup, or refuse to put it on for you. to them i say: 04-bow
Portillo's is good, if not overpriced. If you're out for an interesting experience, go to Weiner's Circle in Lincoln Park after midnight. The staff and clientele is unique at that time to say the least (lets just put it this way, foul language is welcomed and encouraged, from both sides of the counter)

As far as pizza, I love the deep dish variety, but its more of a special occasion type thing. Its too filling and expensive to chow down on on a regular basis. Chicago has a very distinct thin crust which I think I actually prefer to deep dish. Give me some Freddys on my deathbed, and I will die a happy man. (I love how our conversations always seem to lead to food. That must say something about us :shhh: )
I've only been to Freddy's for the Gelato...it's awesome.
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niuhuskie84 Wrote:Educate yourselves:
http://www.viennabeef.com/culture/chicagostyle.asp
(btw, there are many hot dog stands which dont stock ketchup, or refuse to put it on for you. to them i say: 04-bow
Portillo's is good, if not overpriced. If you're out for an interesting experience, go to Weiner's Circle in Lincoln Park after midnight. The staff and clientele is unique at that time to say the least (lets just put it this way, foul language is welcomed and encouraged, from both sides of the counter)

As far as pizza, I love the deep dish variety, but its more of a special occasion type thing. Its too filling and expensive to chow down on on a regular basis. Chicago has a very distinct thin crust which I think I actually prefer to deep dish. Give me some Freddys on my deathbed, and I will die a happy man. (I love how our conversations always seem to lead to food. That must say something about us :shhh: )
Thanks for the link. I think I just might have to order some of the hot dogs. I went to the Portillo's site and thay want nearly $50 for 10 dogs w/everything while the VB site has 16 for $30. Would just need to get onion, tomato and pickles(and possibly cucumbers).
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Excuse me, but you guys know jack about dogs. You needed to visit me at the hot dog stand I set up a few years ago outside each showing of "Deep Throat". I sold hot dogs and offered ketchup ONLY. Made no difference. I sold more footlongs than anyone in history. You should see all the nice young ladies who ran to my stand once the movie let out! 04-jawdrop Remember, fellas: LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION!!!
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What does Bart & Coils getting arrested have to do with hot dogs?
10-24-2006 01:00 PM
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HuskieJoe Wrote:What does Bart & Coils getting arrested have to do with hot dogs?
You should get arrested for putting ketchup on hot dogs. Duh!
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RE: bartindekalb and coils arrested!!!!
Bump

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