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Old 01-16-2013, 12:07 PM   #16
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1) To most of the dog-eating world, yes.
2) To most dog-aficionados, yes.
3) To most ballpark dog-eaters, yes.
4) But, NOT to Chicago-dog fans.
5) I think the tides of Lake Michigan have an effect on taste buds.
I meant that banana peppers aren't a substitute that is even close. They're missing a serious heat factor, and the taste is just not the same. Peppers on a chicago dog are at the heat level that makes them even hotter coming out than going in. Gross yes, but anyone that braves the peppers knows it's true.
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Old 01-16-2013, 12:12 PM   #17
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My experience from living in Chicago all of my life, is that regardless of the toppings they are replicating to make the "Chicago dog", if its not an all beef dog I'm not going anywhere near it!
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Old 01-18-2013, 12:36 AM   #18
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For a chicago dog:
The dog shoud be a pure beef Vienna hot dog, the bun should have poppy seeds and open from the side - not the top. And the relish - it needs to be bright green. Tomatos should be slices or wedges, there should be chopped onions, as previously stated they should use sport peppers, it should be sprinkled with celery salt, and there should be a dill pickle spear on top. All this is on top of the dog not around and under it.
The closest to a Chicago dog that I have had outside of Chicago area is Sonic's Chicago dog and that still needs improvement.
No way is Casey's even close to a Chicago dog.
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Old 01-18-2013, 08:41 AM   #19
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And this is similar to can you get a genuine Philly Cheesesteak at WDW?

No

Or a genuine Md. crabcake?

Again, no.

You get the feeling that they could do all 3 if they REALLY wanted to--but obviously for some reason they don't.
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