A Chicago hot dog – as served in Chicago, and its surrounding suburbs – is a steamed or boiled all-beef, natural-casing hot dog on a poppy seed bun, topped with mustard, onion, sweet pickle relish in fluorescent green, a dill pickle spear, tomato slices or wedges, sport peppers and a dash of celery salt — but no ketchup. (Also called a "Chicago-style hot dog")
- viennabeef.com - Chicago's hot dog and a whole lot more!
- flukys.com - Fluky's Chicago hot dog recipe
- foodnetwork.com - Classic Chicago hot dog recipe by Emeril Lagasse
- bbc.co.uk - Chicago-style hot dogs and hot dog standarts]
- superdawg.com/ - Superdawg one of Chicago's most well-known hot dog restaurants
- hotdougs.com/ Hot Doug's is another favorite for many in Chicago.
- davidberg.com - Image listing Chicago hot dog contents
- Chicago columnist Mike Royko's listing of what does, and does not, belong on a Chicago-style hot dog
- hotdogchicagostyle.com - Information about the Chicago-style hot dog
- Chicago Tribune - definition of Chicago hot dogs
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