Tampa Dog: Cuban-Style with Ham, Swiss and Pickles We’ve long loved the traditional Cuban sandwich combo of ham, swiss and pickles…so it’s no surprise we also love it with the addition of a hot dog. Makes 8
New Orleans Dog: Muffuletta Olive Salad A finely chopped salad of olives, pickled vegetables, garlic, and capers makes a vinegary counterpoint to meaty dogs. Makes 8
Detroit Dog: Coney Sauce, Mustard and Onions The Greek diners of Detroit introduced the beef chili known as Coney sauce to the area, and every hot dog stand has its own version. Makes 8
Santa Fe Dog: Red Chile, Green Chile, Cheese and Onion New Mexico is famous for both its red and green chile sauces. When served together on one dish, the combination of chiles is called “Christmas.” Makes 8
This fresh, simple topping offers a great alternative to slaw or kraut. If you want to mimic the crunch of croutons, simply toast or grill your bun until fully crisp. To take it in a paleo direction, set aside a few whole lettuce leaves and use them as a wrap. Makes 8
Spicy fermented cabbage, a smear of Sriracha mayo—yes, this dog is for people who crave flavor and heat. Makes 8
Tucson Dog: Bacon-Wrapped with Pinto Beans, Grilled Onions and Pico de Gallo The Sonoran-style hot dogs popular in Arizona usually start with a bacon-wrapped hot dog before any number of toppings —beans, chile sauce, salsa, guacamole, not to mention ketchup and mustard—are piled on. We like the...
Minneapolis Dog: Cheddar-Filled Hot Dog with Grilled Onions and Mustard