Keep your hands off my weiner.

The Strib reports on the food choices for the new Target Field and they are sounding delicious.

We’re talking pork chops on a stick, walleye on a stick and cheese curds a la State Fair. But we’re also talking wild rice soup, Juicy Lucy burgers and a Murray’s steak sandwich that marries ballpark grub with Minneapolis steakhouse fare.


Though there’s one point of contention that is getting fans all worked up.

Still undecided, however, is whether Minnesotan’s darling — the Dome Dog — will make a comeback at the new park. “It’s the Number One question that I get asked,” Spike said.


Dare the new food services mess with the the quarter pound beef hotdog known as the Dome Dog?

Should Hormel lose the battle for top dog I’ve heard some other brands tossed out there, Schweigert: Old Fashioned Coarse Ground W/Natural Casing Wieners would be delicious, but can they top the beloved Dome Dog?

What do you think?


3 Comments so far

  1. Robert Moffitt (justpbob) on January 19th, 2010 @ 2:30 pm

    That’s a total WIN for the headline, David. I voted “YES” to keep the Hormel dog, which I now call the “Sky Dog.”

    Along side the revered — and hated — Dome Dogs, the new park should serve regular sized Hebrew National hot dogs, which are great.

  2. David (jacc) on January 20th, 2010 @ 11:18 am

    Bob, I voted to keep the Done Dog too, but I think they’ve grown on me more than they are actually good. Actually, compared to a good hot dog they are quite terrible.

  3. Fiona (quick13) on January 20th, 2010 @ 4:11 pm

    Why not just make it the Target Field Frank?

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