Is This A “Real Hot Dog?”

OK Chicago Hot Dog lovers, what do you think of this….

The New York Times Food department isn’t afraid to tackle real food — like the all-American hot dog. The Times says “only Wellshire Farms, a brand sold only at Whole Foods markets, and Hebrew National … had what we considered a true and familiar hot dog profile: an identifiable beefy taste, a texture that’s soft but not mealy, a noticeable juiciness and a thread of warm spice flavor.”

Where does that leave Vienna and Red Hot Chicago? Feel free to comment!

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