Saturday, July 04, 2009

Baseball + Hot Dog = Independence

Spent my Fourth of July at a Giants baseball game, and boy are they on a roll! Today's game featured ACE and Cy Young winner Tim Lincecum, who's turning out to be as big as a draw for the Giants since the Bond years. Since it was the 4th, I had to get myself a hot dog. And this time I got one of those Hebrew National's hot dogs. This is the "San Francisco" hot dog ($6.75) that's topped with onions, saukerkraut, and Thousand Island dressing and served with a pickle. It was my first time having a Hebrew National. I know, I must have just passed by the counter on the promenade level on the way to my seat. It's also my first time eating saukerkraut and I like it. With perfect weather and a Giants win against the Houston Astros, it was a classic Fourth of July. Hope you're enjoying your holiday!

5 comments:

Tender Branson said...

Looks heavenly...love saurkraut.

Jenster said...

I love kosher hot dogs with sauerkraut. Not sure I would have liked the Thousand Island dressing, but to each his own. I like honey mustard in mine.

Kim said...

How have you avoided sauerkraut all these years???

foodhoe said...

I like kimchi better than sauerkraut... looks like a great day to be at the ballpark!

Single Guy Ben said...

Kim, I think it's because sauerkraut kind of looked like onions, so I avoided it. But I won't now!

Foodhoe, kim chi sounds great on a dog. I'm going to try it at home. They don't have kim chi dog at the park. Imagine if they did! woah!