ChiDawgo Sauce, Chicago Hot Dog Sauce in a Bottle

Chicago Hot Dog Sauce in a bottle.  My friend Rob over at Sticky Brand Sauces has done it again. This time he’s brought us an invention called ChiDawgo Sauce. Packed inside this bottle you’ll find every single ingredient to turn your hot dog into that famous Chicago-style flavor. Pickled sport peppers, yellow mustard, onions, bright green sweet pickle relish, dill pickle; tomato, and celery salt. But wait, what about the poppy seed bun? Aside from having to purchase truck load quantities from restaurant suppliers, we can’t find them here in Denver. So Rob has even added the poppy seeds into this bottle of bliss. Devilishly clever if you ask me!

We tested this sauce out on 4th of July over at friends Greg and Cauleen’s back yard barbecue and the crowd went wild. Even a Chicago Dog aficionado sang its praises.

Not only is Rob clever, he’s also generous. At the market, he handed me two bottles of his sauce to give to one of my readers. ChiDawgo and his new Garlic Ginger Grillin’ Sauce.  Here’s how to win. Just head over to Facebook and like Sticky Brand Sauce. Leave a comment here that you did. For another chance, head over to their website and take a look at their original Sticky Brand lineup. Leave a comment here about which sauce you think sounds irresistibly sticky. And if you’re willing to jump through one more hoop, tweet the giveaway by clicking on the blue “Tweet This” banner at the bottom of the post. Leave another comment here. The winner will be chosen randomly.  Winner will be announced on July 22.

This is a really bad photo taken with my cell phone of Rob in his booth at the Highlands Ranch Farmer’s Market located in Towne Center. You can find him there every Sunday.  Stop by for some samples. He’s got a new bottled Bloody Mary Mix that is crazy good.  Don’t forget to bring your wallet, you’ll want to buy some Sticky Brand sauces and support our local merchants.

Sticky Brand ChiDawgo Sauce…It’s What’s for a Hot Dog.

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  1. says

    Bloody brilliant! I’ve wanted a Chicago dog forever and boy does this make it easy. I’m not entering because I already know how great Sticky Brand sauces are and want someone else to win, but I will buy some on my own. I’ll retweet and FB post this tomorrow.

  2. brenda s 'okie in colorado' says

    Oh man, do these sauces look incredible! I can’t wait to try these. I am a huge fan of Garlic Ginger flavors. But, I think I would have to try the chidawgo for sure and wash it down with a bloody mary made with the mix, followed by the Tangy Sweet BBQ sicky face sauce. CAN’T WAIT, I TELL YA, CAN’T WAIT!!!
    I liked Sticky Brand FB page.

  3. brenda s 'okie in colorado' says

    I just visited the website. Changed my mind, gotta try it all I think. Thank you Lea Ann for sharing this info. I have tried so many good local products through you sharing on your wonderful blog!

  4. says

    My recently deceased father-in-law, who was from Chicago, used to rave about the Chicago hot dogs of his youth. Plus I don’t think I’ve ever seen a poppy seed hot dog bun. Lots of goodness here today Lea Ann. Plus I’m always looking for a new way to use the celery salt we stock for bloody marys.

  5. Tt says

    I think the tangy sweet bbq looks great! The “hot” score on the site confused me- is “mild” hotter than “tangy”???

  6. says

    I won, I won!!!
    Thank you so much for the delicious sauces. The grilling sauce is fabulous on chicken or chops, but that Chidawgo Sauce is A.MAZ.ING!!! (all three exclamation points are needed) I love it on so many things and it has a great bite! Thanks again!

    • Lea Ann says

      YIPEEEE … I’ve not tried the grilling sauce yet. I think that Chidawgo Sauce is packed full of flavor. Makes me want to try the real dawg. :)

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