I haven’t eaten a hot dog in years but I can still remember the hot dogs that I would get as a kid when I went to the football at Millwall in London in the late 1960s. Thinking of them now I can still recall the taste.
I’ve been waiting decades for this moment.Rusty:
...and in keeping germain to your post...Hebrew National ¾lb Jumbo Franks (they are 'da bomb'), is a Kosher option for your dogs (can't get these 'big-dogs' locally around here, but they're in our Commissary on Post [Fort Polk]).
The Mrs. and I like ours with sautéed onions, different 'topshelf' relishes / mustard's, slaw (maybe a little sauerkraut), and banana peppers, but nix on ketchup.
However...the Mrs. 'needs' ketchup on hers.
"The noblest of all dogs is the hot dog; it feeds the hand that bites it". Lawrence J. Peter
Pre-shutdown I traveled the world for a living. Always sought out the notable burgers and dogs in any given location. Varsity Dog is quite high in the list. Not the best, but certainly a worthy contender. Whenever I hit the Atlanta area, it’s a stop we try to make. One time we did an event out in Austell, GA near Six Flags, and had the big Varsity food truck cater one of the lunches. Good stuff.Nothing like a chili dog or a slaw dog from the Varsity in Athens, GA. Add onion rings and an FO...yum!