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Hot Dog: A Celebration of One of America's Favorite Grilled Foods By Dave Joachim


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Did you know that Americans eat more hot dogs in July and August than any other time of year? Now is the perfect time to try a new recipe, explore the history of hot dogs, find out which hot dog brands we think are best, and pick up a few nifty tips and tricks. You can find it all here!


Andrew Zimmern's Bacon "Dog" With Jalapeño Jelly And Slaw Recipe

By Meathead Goldwyn

Here's the craziest "hot dog" ever, made of pure bacon spiced with jalapeño jelly and topped with crisp, sweet and sour slaw. This mouthful of joy could only come from the creative mind of the world's best traveled chef, Andrew Zimmern. It's perfect any time you want to wow the crowd at your BBQ and grilling cookout. read more


The Great, Incomparable, Classic Chicago Hot Dog Recipe

By Meathead Goldwyn

In Chicago, where hot dog stands far out number hamburger joints, there is one perfect classic recipe, and very little variation from it. read more


New York Hot Dog With Classic Onion Sauce, A Bite Of The Big Apple

By Meathead Goldwyn

As anyone who has had a classic New York hot dog then you know that there are few things better than the simple combination of mustard, sauerkraut, and Sabrett's onion sauce. Here's the recipe you need to make your own onion sauce for a bite of the Big Apple. read more


Coney Dogs, The Pride Of Detroit

By Meathead Goldwyn

In Detroit hot dogs are Coneys and hot dog stands are Coney Islands and we've got the recipe for creating them yourself at home. Move beyond boring hot dogs at your next cookout with these flavor packed variation featuring a chili sauce made with beef hearts. And they're very good! read more


The Cincinnati Cheese Coney Is Pure Hot Dog Bliss

By Meathead Goldwyn

If you're already a fan of Cincinnati Cheese Coneys or are just looking to step up your hot dog game then you're sure to love this tested grilling recipe. This delicious version comes complete with our version starts with a grilled hot dog, homemade chili, mustard, chopped onions, and tons of shredded cheese. read more

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