This new hot dog beats the previous most expensive hot dog that we featured earlier by a mere $20, but it nevertheless is now the most expensive that we have written of. Perhaps DougieDog Hot Dogs was specifically looking to set this record when they set out to create the Dragon Dog.
The Dragon Dog has absolutely nothing to do with the Chinese Year of the Dragon except for a co-incidence, yet we are sure that this dragon year is going to make for brilliant business for DougieDog. The Dragon Dog is made up of a foot-long bratwurst infused with 100-year-old Louis XIII cognac ¡X which, on its own has a price tag of $2,000 ¡X Kobe beef seared in olive and truffle oil, fresh lobster, and picante sauce. We bet this already has your mouth watering and looking for the nearest hot dog fix that you can find. The Dragon Dog however will only be available in Vancouver(Granville Street).
Do remember to place an order about 12 hours in advance. Dougie Dog have had no orders for the dog yet, but they will need the preparation time to get the ingredients in place. The Dragon Dog from Dougie Dog promises to leave the core taste of the hot dog the same, a respect to the taste buds of billions of people who love hot dogs. However, this one will be the most extravagant hot dog that will even be created. At $100 a-piece this is one hot dog that seems all set to be the hot dog of the year.
We ought to change the legend on our money from “In God We Trust” to “In Money We Trust.” Because, as a nation, we’ve got far more faith in money these days than we do in God. —