Serendipity 3 restaurant creates world’s most expensive hot dog


Usually, a hot dog is considered an affordable snack setting you back by just a few dollars. But not if you were present at Manhattan’s Serendipity 3 restaurant on National Hot Dog Day. To mark this day, the restaurant turned the affordable and simply delectable snack into a high-end item by creating the world’s most expensive hot dog. At $69, the hot dog has also found a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the world’s most expensive hot dog. Prepared by head chef Joe Calderone, this world-record-holding hot dog comes with truffle oil, a salted pretzel bed, truffle butter, duck foie gras, Dijon mustard, Vidalia onions, and ketchup.

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Trudy Tant, who visited the restaurant on National Hot Dog Day, was the lucky customer who willingly shelled out the $69 asking price for the foot-long hot dog. Restaurant owner Bruce said he chose to set a hot dog record because the frank is as American as apple pie.
The hot dog now joins the likes of other ordinary food items that were turned into high-end dishes.
[NYDailynews]

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