One More Reason Chicago Is Better Than San Francisco
As a Chicagoan, I take pride in a lot of things in our city: architecture, sports teams, work ethic, attitude of the people, culture, and a number of other things. One thing I take special pride in is our food. Whether it is the amazing deep dish pizza or the delicious Italian beef, the food in Chicago is hearty and delicious (yeah we are a fat city, so what?).
One of my favorite foods is a good Chicago hot dog, nothing beats it. Some people say it is strange to put mustard, relish, pickles, tomatoes, raw onions, peppers and celery salt on a hot dog. While it does sound odd now that I am looking at the ingredients, I know one thing: It’s delicious.
Well San Francisco apparently has their own special hot dog, and it looks terrible. I mean terrible. Take a look at this menu from AT&T Park via Home Run Derby:
Besides having no idea what swish cheese is, that San Francisco dog looks absolutely disgusting. Thousand Island sauce? How exactly is this an SF dog? I’ve never heard of anything like that. Isn’t everyone there a vegetarian anyways?