Best Ballpark Hot Dogs
Forget apple pie—nothing goes with baseball like these
By Will McCahill,  Newser Staff
Posted Apr 10, 2010 3:24 PM CDT
A blanket of cheese hides Cincinnati's delicious Skyline Chili.   (Wikimedia Commons)

(Newser) – Baseball season’s in full, ahem, swing, and in that spirit, Delish runs down the best ballpark hotdogs. Some highlights:

  • Georgia Dog, Turner Field, Atlanta. A blanket of cole slaw and some sautéed Vidalia onions make this a winner.
  • Arizona Dog, Chase Field, Phoenix. Southwest rules this foot-long—chorizo, nacho cheese, tortilla strips.
  • Chicago-Style Dog, Wrigley Field. Windy City fave topped with sautéed sweet onions, “sport” peppers, diced tomatoes, briny kosher pickle spears, yellow mustard, neon-green relish, and a dash of celery salt.

  • “Most Wanted” Dog, Minute Maid Park, Houston. Top this thing with Texas’ beloved beef brisket barbeque sauce.
  • Padres Sonoran Dog, Petco Park, San Diego. Kiri Tannenbaum describes: “A hearty roll stuffed with an all-beef hot dog spiraled with bacon is then topped with a choice of pinto beans, grilled onions and peppers, tomatoes, relish, tomatillo salsa, mayo, mustard, ketchup, and cheese.”
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