Tuesday, September 08, 2020

Kansas City Hot Dog Earns National Acclaim

It's unclear who decided that sauerkraut was this town's signature hot dog topping . . . But here's the local mention on this tubed meat list. Take a look:

Around the U.S. in 7 Hot Dogs

Don't let the lack of baseball games detur you from consuming your favorite ball-park frank. Enjoy hot dogs from around the U.S. this summer by trying your hand at the famous Chicago Dog or changing it up with Atlanta's creamy coleslaw dog.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't think a Hot Dog with Kraut, Mustard and Cheese is a KC exclusive.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- QUINTON RELISHES WEINER

Enough said!!!

Anonymous said...

Too much junk on top means you can't taste the dog. All beef Nathan's or Hebrew National with a sliver of mustard and maybe a touch of sweet relish is the way to go.

Anonymous said...

What's the difference between a regular hotdog and a "kosher" designated one?

Besides the price, the kosher hotdog was made in a factory where a rabbi gave a blessing.

Hebrew National hotdogs are made at the same Michigan plant as their parent company's (ConAgra Foods) Armour hotdogs.

Nathan's is a subsidiary company of Smithfield Foods, Inc.

Fooled again!

Anonymous said...

sauerkraut is one type of soul food we can do without.

Anonymous said...

1:29, not fooled at all. I've tried many brands, and Nathan's and Hebrew National top the list. Their ownership and location are irrelevant.