HOUSTON – Break out the ketchup and mustard. It's National Hot Dog Day!
The National Hot Dog and Sausage Council declared July 14 as National Hot Dog Day.
Several cities across the country have their own hot dog style. The New York hot dog is traditionally topped with spicy brown mustard and sauerkraut and/or onions with tomato paste. The Chicago-style dog is one of the most well-known in America. The dog is usually loaded with a variety of toppings, but it always includes fresh tomato, spears of pickles, hot peppers, sweet onion and green relish.
Delish.com lists several hot dog styles across the country . Read more here.
Tell us what you like? How do you dress your hot dog?
Here's a list of some of the top spots around town for hot dogs. Let us know if we need to add any other restaurants to the list. And just a reminder for hot dog lovers out there that Minute Maid Park serves up $1 dogs every Wednesday home game.