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
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
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...
Las Vegas Dog: Chili, Cheddar, Guacamole, Pickled Jalapeños and Mustard What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, so we won’t tell if you indulge in this fully loaded dog! Makes 8
It’s no surprise that almost anything wrapped in bacon is delicious. It’s also one of the easiest appetizers you can make.
Houston Dog - Chicharrones (fried pork rinds) add salty crunch to these Tex-Mex dogs.
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
Philadelphia Dog: Pepper Hash and Spicy Mustard Pepper hash, a traditional accompaniment to hot dogs in the City of Brotherly Love, is a sweet, vinegary slaw. Sometimes hot dogs were served with a smashed fish and potato cake, too, but we find a drizzle of spicy mustard is all we need to complete...