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
Carolina Dog: Pulled Pork with Cole Slaw North Carolina is renowned for its pulled pork and vinegary barbecue sauce. When we want to make these dogs, we make it easy by grabbing some takeout from our favorite BBQ joint then getting the grill going. Makes 8
Spicy fermented cabbage, a smear of Sriracha mayo—yes, this dog is for people who crave flavor and heat. Makes 8
Austin Dog: Hill Country Chili with Corn Chips Frito pies are a favorite treat in and around Austin. There’s something magical that happens as the crunchy corn chips soften under the hot chili and cheese. Makes 8
San Antonio Dog: Fajita-Style with Peppers and Onions Quickly cooked peppers and onions, cool guacamole and sour cream, all wrapped up in a warm tortilla—this Tex-Mex dog is one of our favorites. 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...
Miami Dog: Pineapple and Potato Chips Popular in Miami, Colombian-style hot dogs tend to load up everything but the kitchen sink. Feel free to customize these as you like…a little pickled or fresh jalapeño wouldn’t be out of place with this sweet-salty combo. Makes 8
Grand Rapids’ geographic spot inspired this tasty dog—a hybrid between a classic Chicago dog (the two cities share a Lake Michigan shoreline) and a Detroit Coney. Makes 8