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
A crunchy cabbage leaf makes a perfect gluten-free alternative to a bun. It offers plenty of space to tuck in fresh herbs, piquant pickles, and, of course, a juicy dog. Makes 8
Des Moines Dog: Grilled Corn and Cherry Tomato Salad It may not be traditional, but it certainly seems natural to top an Iowa-inspired dog with corn. Turns out it’s delicious, too. Makes 8
Congratulations to our Sausage Fest Contest winner, Jennifer O. from Massachusetts, who submitted a New England recipe for her homemade baked beans with bacon … and then turn it into good ole Frank 'n' Beans! (We wouldn't get our Bostonian bean secrets from anywhere but the locals.) Serves 12
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
Boston Dog: Baked Beans, Crumbled Bacon and Chopped Onions We think the founding fathers would have loved the double hit of bacon—cooked with the beans and crumbled on top—of these dogs. Makes 8
Seattle Dog: Cream Cheese, Grilled Onions, and Yellow Mustard Plenty of hot dog joints throughout Seattle offer a cream cheese dog, but its origins are unclear. This combo is certainly delicious, especially served with a pile of onions that have been cooked just long enough to get some color but...
Creamy avocado, an herby dressing, and a shower of arugula make this dog fit for a (green) goddess. Makes 8