Brockton Rox Set World Record by Selling Two $80 Hot Dogs
The Brockton Rox of the independent Cam-Am League celebrated National Hot Dog Day Saturday by unveiling the world’s most expensive hot dog. The Massachusetts team sold two of the $80 “K-O Dogs” to set a new Guinness World Record. Here’s a look at the K-O Dog:
So what goes into an $80 hot dog? Here’s the description:
“The half-pound all beef foot long hot dog is deep fried and rolled in truffle oil, then coated with porcini dust, sprinkled with white truffle shavings, and topped with dollops of creme fraiche, caviar and fresh roe. The dog is served in a blini roll.”
Sounds delicious, right?
The previous most expensive hot dog is The Foot Long Haute Dog which sells for $69 at Serendipity 3 in New York City. Looks like they’ll just have to find a way to top the K-O Dog. Maybe they can follow in the footsteps of the Home Run Derby and add some real gold to it — that certainly would boost its value.
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