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The Hot Dog Issue: Finally a controversy of consequence

Finally a debate on CM we can sink our teeth in

Charles Marshburn writes:
I have tried to stay out of this debate, but my taste buds strain to be heard! A hot dog without sauerkraut and mustard on a poppy seed bun split on the top is not a REAL hot dog! Where were you born outside of Chicago? Don't you have any German roots? Catsup? Plain buns? Indigestion is just around the corner for you! Have a wiener wurst on a proper bun! - Charles Marshburn
Comment in reply to: Letter: At long last, have you left no sense of decency? by Jon Halsey, Knifley, KY, commenting on Epicurean Kentuckian photo by Pen



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