What Makes a Good Hot Dog?
Cheap, quick and worthy enough to be the gold standard of eating competitions. A staple of ball games and backyard Summer cookouts, the hot dog has been on our plates for many years. The butt of many jokes that include references of hot dogs containing everything from raccoon parts to who knows what, sometimes the simple hot dog gets a bad rap. The bottom line is that hot dogs are a simple pleasure for me and I tend to look past it’s shortcomings.
I’m far from a food snob and I guess that’s obvious from being somewhat of a connoisseur of the quick-serve industry. I really love a good hot dog and the way I top it depends on my mood at the moment. Whether it be topped with chili and diced onions or a simple stripe of spicy mustard, there aren’t really any surprises that lay ahead for me. A tasty hot dog can fill a craving that brews through the Winter months. So in your opinion, what makes a good hot dog?