When given the choice between Italian sausage or hot dogs, in my past it had been no brainer. Despite that they're both made with animal innards, pork and pork fat is more of a delight than beef parts--or whatever's inside hot dog casings. Italian sausage also arrives on better bread, the crusty Italian roll.
"That's a big order for a little lady," said the guy behind the counter at the shop --and four other people-- when I racked up an order for a Chicago dog AND the Italian sausage with fries for a solo lunch. I gave him an eye roll and told him I couldn't decide.
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