Mary Ellen Kuhn

Chicago-style hot dogs are a hometown favorite.For some Chicagoans, there’s nothing better than biting into a juicy, Chicago-style hot dog garnished with tomatoes, onion, sweet pickle relish, and mustard—never ketchup, as its diehard fans will be sure to inform you. Of course, that’s just one of the distinctive food experiences for which Chicago is famous. Other local favorites include flambeed saganaki cheese available in Greektown restaurants, dim sum brunch in Chinatown, or even an exotic dinner of molecular cuisine served in an avant-gar…

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