It’s Thursday, which means it’s time for another eating styles poll. This week’s topic: regional hot dog styles.
With all these meat-shunning Fridays going around, it can be easy to forget about the red-blooded, all-American food staple. I know it’s lent, but for now leave your fish fryers dormant and don your protein caps because now it’s time to do some fiercely loyal regional hot dog style voting.
These choices are taken from Sonic’s four new recent hot dog releases (pictured above). Slashfood describes them as:
…the All-American Dog has ketchup, mustard, relish, and chopped raw onions (386 calories); the ChiliÂ Cheese Coney is topped with chili and shredded cheddar cheese (420 calories); the New York Dog has spicy mustard, grilled onions, and sauerkraut (352 calories); and the Chicago Dog is topped with a pickle spear, relish, tomatoes, hot peppers, chopped raw onions, celery salt, and mustard, with poppy seeds on the bun (435 calories).
What’s it going to be, So Good readers? Do you have an inbred aversion to putting ketchup on your dog? A hatred of sauerkraut? Or maybe a hot dog style that’s all your own? Vote and share your thoughts on hot dog styles in the comments section below.