SC – You didn’t look very hard, did you?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dodger_Dog Looks like a foot-long hotdog with mustard and relish. You can get it grilled or steamed.
I looked up what a Dodger Dog is, I want to know what it’s like. Is it salty? Is there a dominant seasoning? What about the bun? There’s so much more here than what Wikipedia has to offer…
Glad to see you back,
Thanks. It took awhile to raise the bail money but I should be out until the trial starts.
DDs are a 10 inch dawg. I think Morrell produces them now. Supposedly beef and pork (no chicken). Last time I was at the park you could get them grilled or steamed. The roving vendors sell them steamed, the permanent concession type stand sells them grilled (which is much better). I think there is supposed to be a Mexican version too, but have never seen them or sampled them.
Other than that there are nothing really that special. So just get an over sized dawg, grill it and call it a DD.
Overpriced and chicken!
Being a Dodger dog it must be made of non-athletic materials and serve no useful purpose.
Later this month Mrs. Chicken and I will be seeing the Dodgers play in Milwaukee and sometimes for tailgating I like to grill something associated with the visiting team; certainly the Dodger Dog is one of the most well-known ballpark foods out there so I’d like to know what to look for. Thanks!
[p]Haven’t decided yet. Roasted chicken with corn on the cob or red beans and rice and Andouille sausage?[/p]
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