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fast food Is the hot dog more American than the burger? It’s hard to say. One thing is for sure though. Americans have a considerable appetite for spicy, saucy, and messy dogs in a bun. In 2016 alone, U.S. stats have it that $2.4 billion was spent on hot dogs. Rounded up here are three varieties people can’t get enough of:

The Senate Restaurant Hot Dog in Cincinnati

Daniel Wright is known for many specialties, including Mediterranean food and barbecue. But he is at his best when whipping up a delicious hot dog in a bun. Wright is playful and innovative, changing his recipes frequently to surprise his loyal customers.

If you have the chance, check out the Lindsey Lohan, which has goat cheese, caramelized onions, bacon and balsamic vinegar.

Crif Dogs in New York City

In this recipe, franks are deep fried to a crisp. Customers can then choose from crazy combinations of sauces and toppings. You can enjoy it bacon-wrapped or topped with avocados, eggs, or bacon, lettuce, and tomatoes.

Friends, Brian Shebairo and Chris Antista, grew up in New Jersey and decided to bring the same delightful hot dog experience to New York in 2001. Now in St. Mark’s Place, the business is showing no signs of slowing down.

Puka dog in Hawaii

In Hawaii, puka means hole. Here, the best variety has traded the bun for a pastry with a hole so that the franks can be inserted in without having to slice the bread. You serve it with fruity flavors like garlic lemon sauce, papaya, mango, coconut and banana relish.

The uniquely tropical Puka Dog never fails to make to the Top Ten List of Best Hot Dog Stands in Hawaii.

Do you have your own one-of-a-kind hot dog recipe? A hot dog franchise promises great returns because this iconic street food is cheap, meaty, and served with a wide variety of toppings. The key is to find the flavors that people are constantly craving for.

Ink Well Mag

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