Most Expensive Hot Dog – New record for fast food and luxury this time not from the United States but from Canada. Here in Vancouver, the restaurant DougieDog Hot Dog, has created the world’s most expensive hot dogs, sold one hundred dollars, and only available on request. The reason the cost is to be found in the ingredients list: Kobe beef browned in olive oil and truffle oil, fresh lobster and a hot dog made marinated in cognac Louis XIII, one of the most expensive priced at $ 2,300 the bottle.
There are many fast foods that are revisited by chef deluxe edition and among them certainly could not miss the hot dogs. The first to invent a luxury version was the chef Joe Calderone for Serendipity 3 in Manhattan, through the use of local ingredients in haute cuisine, from foie gras with truffles, sold for $ 68.
A challenge came Brockton Rox, not a chef or a restaurant, but a baseball team that, during the National Hot Dog Day, presented their version with caviar, white truffles and porcini from $ 80.
Since Canada now comes the final challenge, the hundred-dollar hot dogs, created by chef and owner Dougie Luv who was inspired to celebrate the Year of the Dragon.
The unique feature that makes the sandwich is, besides the use of top quality ingredients including Kobe beef, the use of cognac Remy Martin Louis XIII Grande Champagne Cognac that retails for $ 2,300 a bottle.
The sausage is made an infusion with the precious liquor and that is why you must book at least twelve hours before, to allow time to leave the cognac its unique flavor to the sandwich. Other than fast food.