Ketchup Shame Is a Plague on Hot Dog Eaters Everywhere
Hot dogs are sacred, especially in the US, where they've become a quintessential “American” food by ticking off all the requisite boxes: They’re hand-held, they’re fatty, and they were hijacked from another culture and rebranded as ours.
By Andy Kryza
The Fat Dog
This Oud-Zuid doles out all the normal dogs you'd come to expect, except feel free to experiment with a number of its flavor combos or more far-out menu items, like the Gangs of New York, which is a hot dog with classic kraut, smoked onion marmalade, yellow mustard, and crispy bacon.
By Pete Dombrosky