Beginning Cooks Hotdogs – Chicago, Detroit And Seattle Style

The Fourth of July is almost upon us! If you can’t grill out, or if you can, hotdogs are the perfect food to celebrate the holiday! Join me as I make three distinct styles of hotdogs: Chicago, Detroit and Seattle.

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