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Old 03-01-2009, 09:47 AM
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Grilled Chicago Dogs

8 all-beef wieners
8 poppy seed hot dog buns or other hot dog buns, preferably bakery-made
Yellow Ballpark mustard
Chopped cucumber
Sport peppers or pepperoncini, chopped
Chopped onion
Chopped red-ripe tomato
Celery salt
Dill pickle spears

Fire up the grill, bringing the temperature to high (1 to 2 seconds with the hand test).
Grill the wieners uncovered for 3 to 5 minutes over high heat until deeply browned, rolling to crisp all surfaces.
Toast the buns at the same time on the edge of the grill.
Place the dogs on the toasted buns and top each with a good squirt of mustard. Then pile on, in reasonably equal portions, spoonfuls of cucumber, peppers, onion and tomato.
Sprinkle celery salt over each sandwich.
Serve with dill pickle if desired.
Serves 8.
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Pepperoni?? Ut uh not a Chicago dog!! Chicago dog has no ketchup, mustard is allowed, and then you have to 'drag it thru the garden'!! The tomato is in wedges as is the pickle... piled with onions!
But, this sounds like a good variation, worth a try out!
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"Pepperoni??"...no-o-o-o, pepperoncini. Mildly spicy pickled peppers. Sandwiches sometimes come with them. Ummm, Luckytrim, where "north of Philly, on the Delaware"? Me? Tullytown! No longer, though...
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GADZOOKS ! HIYA, EX-NEIGHBOR! I'm in croydon !

We used to have a lot on the lake, till GROWS went in there and ruined the fun...............

Well, Maverick- can't argue with you as I'm not anywhere near Chicago.......but I got this recipe from an old school chum who lives in Hawthorn Woods. What's that ?? about thirty or so miles northwest of Cicero ?

And as Gadzooks pointed out, no pepperoni....
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Another Chicago Dog Recipe for your perusal, Mav...........

CHICAGO DOGS

Ingredients:

8 Vienna Brand all-beef hot dogs
8 hot dog buns with poppy seeds
1 cup yellow mustard
1 cup sweet pickle relish
1 cup chopped onions
8 tomato slices
16 sport peppers (pickled hot peppers)
8 kosher spears
Celery salt, to taste

Instructions:

Fill a kettle 3/4 of the way full with water and bring to a boil.
Add the hot dogs, then reduce the heat, cover and simmer for 6 to 8
minutes. With tongs, place the hot dogs in the buns. Top the hot
dogs with 2 tablespoons of each: onions, mustard and relish. Take
each tomato slice and cut in half so that each half looks like a
half of a wheel. Wedge two tomato half-slices between each dog and
bun on one side. On the same side, stick in two sport peppers. On
the other side of each dog, lay a kosher spear between the dog and
the bun. Sprinkle on a little bit celery salt on top to taste and
serve!


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