Foodie culture and boredom have inspired locals to shove many things in their mouths but the defamation of this town by way of slathering garbage on a hot dog represents an unforgivable affront to the dignity of Kansas City's populace.
In the course of human events . . .
Kansas City deserves better than having the name of our beloved cowtown attached to condiment overdose atop questionable wieners.
Nevertheless . . .
Here's pressed meat description that should ruin the appetite of any local resident with a soul:
"But what about Kansas City, that bluesy, beefy plains metropolis that is more known for their BBQ? Does KC have a municipal dog to call their own? The answer is yes ... and no. While organizations like the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council (NHDSC) list a Kansas City-style dog — one topped with sauerkraut and Swiss cheese on a sesame seed bun — on their compendium of regional takes, other outlets, like Men's Journal, says that a truer take would be a dog topped with brisket burnt ends and sweet, smoky KC barbecue sauce."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
Petetheboy/Shutterstock Kansas City has a culinary legacy that is impressive to say the least, notes Google Arts & Culture. An early rail hub, Kansas City was the destination for cattle drives originating from as far away as Texas. That necessitated a massive stockyard complex, one that flourished until 1991, housing thousands of heads of cattle and pigs, explains KC Today.