Our summer of fun is rapidly coming to an end. School is or will be starting soon, the temperatures are lowering, and Labor Day are all upon us. We’ve had a lot of fun this summer so bidding farewell to this summer won’t be easy. But this Labor Day we’ll be celebrating with a party to celebrate the summer gone by and the beginning of fall just around the corner.
With so much going on in our family’s lives right now a simple and relaxing party is definitely key. We’re going to be eating delicious food but food that will cater to a variety of tastes so everyone’s satisfied without spending hours slaving away in the kitchen. Because who really wants to turn on the oven when it’s still in the 90s out? Certainly not me.
Our family will be serving up delicious Hebrew National Hot Dogs or rather Chicago Dogs. My husband recently introduced me to this recipe and while I really like chili dogs or even taco dogs, I was amazed at how good a Chicago Dogs really are It’s such an unlikely combination of flavors to me but they all go together really well and transform your meal beyond a typical hot dog into something even better.
- Hot Dog Buns
- Hebrew National Hot Dogs
- Gulden's Mustard
- Tomato Wedges
- Diced Onions
- Pickled Peppers
- Dash of Celery Salt
- Place Hebrew National Hot Dog on bun, starting with the mustard add all toppings and finish with celery salt.
Have you ever had Chicago dogs? What’s your favorite way to eat a hot dog?