Dimensions: 11" x 14"
I love Chicago's hot dog culture. When it comes to the hot dogs themselves--too much fuss is made about what you're supposed to put on them, not put on them. I don't like that orthodoxy. What I do love is the variety of stands, tiny restaurants all over the city, little altars to the hot dog. You find them tucked into intersections, strange sizes, dating back to the 40's, 50's in an unassuming way. They give the sense they're the same as they ever were. Here's my little checklist for some of those places.
Printed on heavyweight 80# acid-free paper. Shipped flat in a cellophane sleeve, sandwiched between two backing boards, and placed in a hard-document mailer.
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