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Banana Peppers on Hot Dogs?

It seems, according the hot dog association, that Marlins fans like banana peppers on their hot dogs. dogs are still top dog in our nation's ballparks, according to the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council's (NHDSC) annual survey.


With Opening Day this weekend, the NHDSC forecasts that ballparks around the country will serve 21,733,839 hot dogs this season -- an impressive feat and enough to round the bases 30,186 times and stretch to and from Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia and Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, FL, the two sites of the 2008 World Series.


Dolphin Stadium, home of the Florida Marlins, stocks its condiment carts with banana peppers.

I guess banana peppers are a good substitute for pickle relish, assuming you like to add a sweet taste to the dog.  (Personally I don't.)  That aside: are banana peppers one of the main condiments to the hot dog experience at JRS?

Just wondering.