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Ketchup on a hot dog? Maybe...

ketchup.jpgIf you're from Chicago or have lived here for any length of time, you know there's one rule many natives live by: Never put ketchup on a Chicago hot dog. But Tribune reporter Kevin Pang makes an argument for why it might be OK to squirt the sweet tomato sauce atop your encased meat. One of the biggest reasons: It's no one's business but yours how you eat your food. Many local hot dog joints won't even serve ketchup, not even for the fries. So what do you think: Would you put ketchup on your hot dog? [Tribune]

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