# Hot dog
Let me show you how to make this iconic, yummy hot dog. I love it and I know you will too!!
Legendary Chicago Restaurant Opening New Location in Town.
For anyone that has moved from the Windy City to the Old Pueblo, you know just how impossible it is to find a Chicago Dog anywhere in town. Even making the Midwestern hot dog is a trick, as few bakeries sell the poppy seed hot dog bun. It requires anyone salivating for the classic food item to either make everything from scratch themselves (including brushing butter on a traditional hot dog bun, adding poppy seeds on top, then baking the bun in the oven) or to head up north to the metro Phoenix area during Major League Baseball’s Spring Training and stop in on a Chicago White Sox game. However, all of that is about to change.
Hudson the Dog Gets Hot Dog From 34th Street Cart NYC
In this video, JamesandKarla's rescue dog Hudson gets a hot dog from a street vendor on 34th Street outside of Macy's flagship store.
Oh K Dog: Korean Street Food in NYC
Have you ever heard of Oh K Dog? Have you ever tried Korean Street food? Well it's fun, unique and delicious! We head into the city to indulge in some great cheap eats on a beautiful sunny day! Nothing better than roaming around NYC connecting with good people and great food vendors! We try 3 different variations of these popular Korean rice dogs! So tag along on this fun filled adventure, I promise it won't disappoint! Hope you enjoy! If you know of any other local places we should go to next, make sure to drop them in the comments below!
The kind of Lifestyle to keep in mind if you are new in Chicago
Chicago is a city steeped in tradition. Some are strange, while others make perfect sense, such as not putting ketchup on your hotdog. Although Chicago's traditions can make the transition into the city a little daunting for newcomers, it is critical to understand the Windy City's storied traditions and staples for a smooth transition.
City Preventing New Restaurant From Opening
Grab yourself a hot dog...when the restaurant opens.Ball Park Brand/Unsplash. There are some days when nothing hits the spot like a well-made hot dog. There’s just something about the combination of meat and bun that isn’t like anything else. It’s easy to dress the dog up however you like, and if you really wanted to you’d have no problem chowing through numerous hot dogs in one sitting. It’s a favorite addition to cookouts everywhere and a 4th of July staple. But what if you don’t feel like firing up the grill? Smokey Joe’s Hot Dogs has you covered.
Who Has The Tastiest Hot Dogs In Fayetteville, Arkansas?
Visiting a college sports town can be fun. Nothing matches the energy of a town with some sort of sports team. Fayetteville, Arkansas is no exception thanks to the Razorbacks sports franchise. Of course, nothing goes alongside a sports venue better than a delicious hot dog and a cold drink. Every town has its fair share of unique hot dog places. Big cities generally have dozens of hot dog carts that service customers, where as smaller towns might have a few unique restaurants.
Our Five Favorite Chicago Hot Dog Spots of 2021
As the calendar has turned to 2022, we’ve had some time to reflect on the year that was 2021. One of those significant reflections was just how many great hot dogs we had last year. And if there is one thing that you can count on us for, it is opinions on hot dogs.
Hudson the Dog Gets Hot Dog from Ray's Candy Store East Village New York City
In this video, JamesandKarla visit the iconic Ray's Candy Store in the East Village of New York City to get their rescue dog, Hudson a hot dog. Ray's Candy Store On Avenue A has been serving egg creams, ice cream, hot dogs and other unique items since 1977. We not only go inside this luncheonette but also meat and speak with the owner, Ray Alvarez.
Hudson the Dog Gets Hot Dog From New York City Hot Dog Cart Outside Grand Central Terminal
In this video, JamesandKarla get their rescue dog, Hudson the Dog a hot dog from a New York City Hot Dog Cart Vendor outside Grand Central Terminal in Midtown Manhattan.