8 hotdogs and buns: $6.06
The hot dog is an all-American classic. In fact, frankfurters are served in 95% of US homes, where Americans consume some 20 billion hot dogs a year, according to a 2016 survey conducted by the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council.
As the Fourth of July and National Hot Dog Day fast approach, finder.com sought out the craziest ways Americans dress up their dogs. We ranked top unique toppings, pricing out their overall cost to see what these fancy dogs will run you, should you dare to try them.
And we didn’t stop at the rankings: We asked competitive eater and former Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest contestant Patrick “Deep Dish” Bertoletti to reveal his expert opinion on festooning your footlong.
“Hot dogs show the melting pot of immigrants that came into the country, taking the german sausage and adding condiments to their cultures tastes,” says Bertoletti. “My crazy ideal hot dog is an all-natural beef kosher dog, boiled, topped with chicken and andouille gumbo, pepper jack cheese, roasted garlic sour cream and green onions.”
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