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20 hot dogs and their US cities

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We assumed that the question "What would you like on your hot dog?" was simply a formal invitation to decide on your preferred condiment: ketchup or mustard. Or both. How wrong we were.

As this video from organic meat supplier Applegate demonstrates, what accompanies your hot dog cannot be reduced to such banal matters. Hot Dog & the City proves that, like sports teams, hot dogs are tied to a geography, owned by a local culture. Apparently.

We guarantee no other tour of 20 US cities will make you salivate like this one:


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