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Do you support Chicago’s bid to host the 2024 Democratic National Convention? Why or why not?
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Yesterday, we asked you: It’s National Hot Dog Day so we want to know — is a Chicago-style hot dog the best type of hot dog?
Here’s what some of you said…
“Chicago style, the best. Gene and Jude’s, River Grove. I am from Chicago but moved to Maryland 50 years ago. We go back every year and my first stop is gene and Jude’s. The best.” — Pat Fitzmaurice
“Chicago-style is the best — even better when the relish glows in the dark!” — Christine Bock
“Dredging through a garden is how it was always explained. I love a true Chicago-style hotdog. There are so many options for ordering this type of hotdog. You can do without certain toppings. For example, I hate sport peppers, so I do without. The best thing about a Chicago-style hotdog is celery salt. It’s so unique and what makes it best.” — Timothy Steigerwald
“Chicago-style hot dogs are the best because the flavors of the dog, bun, and toppings blend beautifully. And it’s pretty much a complete meal!” — Mary Thomas Alltop
“Of course! A Chicago-style hot dog is the original and unique way of any hot dog. I love mine with the poppy seed bun, tomato, peppers, pickles, relish and mustard (no onions as I’m not an onions guy). It’s the BEST!” — Maurice Snell
“Yessssssss the best I like mind with tomato lettuce and pickles or mustard riales n pickles.” — Judy Coss Santiago
“Yes. The combination of flavors poppyseed bun, mustard, relish, onion, tomato, pickle, spear, cucumber and celery salt (though I pass on sport peppers) is so satisfying.” — Bridget K. Schuller