Take your family on a tour of regional tastes with a variety of unique hot dog styles. Try a different recipe each time you cook out and start enjoying the dog days of summer.
To re-create this ballpark favorite, place a hot dog in a poppy seed bun and top with mustard, onion, sweet pickle relish, a dill pickle spear, tomato wedges, pickled sport peppers and celery salt.
For a south-of-the-border treat, wrap hot dogs with bacon and grill until the bacon is fully cooked. Then set out toppings, including grilled onions, sliced jalapeños, refried beans, guacamole and salsa.
Not to be confused with the more common "chili" dog, this South American favorite is made with sliced tomatoes, avocado and mayo. It's often called an "Italiano" because it resembles the colors of the Italian flag.
Put a new spin on this popular salad. Top your dog with chopped iceberg lettuce, tomatoes, crumbled bacon and blue cheese dressing.
For a taste of the tropics, create a sweet relish for your hot dog made from mango, banana, papaya and pineapple.
Enjoy a mix of sweet and salty with this regional favorite. Top your dog with raw onion, crushed pineapple and a sprinkle of crushed potato chips. Then finish off with a squirt of mayo, mustard and ketchup.
For hot dogs with a taste as big and bold as Texas, layer on longhorn cheddar, top with chopped onions and slather on bold and tangy barbecue sauce.
Top your hot dog with melted Swiss cheese, pile on the sauerkraut and finish off with Russian dressing for a fresh take on the classic Reuben sandwich.
Top hot dogs with wing sauce, carrot and celery matchsticks, and blue cheese dressing for an easy meal that will get everyone fired up.
Combine every kid's two favorite foods for a fun meal that delivers on flavor. Top hot dogs with marinara sauce, crushed red pepper and melted mozzarella.