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These Dogs Love Pork Rinds


What’s your favorite dog? Wait, let’s rephrase that … what is your favorite hot dog? Whether it’s Cincinnati-style, Italian or even just a plain dog with brown mustard – there are just as many hot dog recipes out there as there are states in the Union.

And in light of National Hot Dog Month, we’ve looked for the most unique and appealing city dog recipes across the land to share … along with their perfect Southern Recipe pork rind pairings (of course).

Baltimore – soft bun with fried bologna wrapped around a fried hot dog and mustard.

Cleveland – kielbasa in a bun (it’s technically not a hot dog, but we’re giving Cleveland a pass), french fries, hot sauce and cole slaw. Southern Recipe Salt & Vinegar Pork Rinds hit the mark … and then some.

Detroit – skin on hot dog in a soft bun, meat sauce, mustard and chopped onions. We know Southern Recipe Bar-B-Que Pork Rinds will give a tang to this coney dog.

Chicago – poppy seed bun, pickle spear, celery salt, tomatoes, pickled peppers, chopped onions, relish, and mustard. There’s a lot going on here, stay with a complementing flavor like Southern Recipe Original Pork Rinds.

Kansas City – sesame seed bun, sauerkraut and melted Swiss cheese. We recommend a little heat, try Southern Recipe Hot & Spicy to take it up a notch.

Denver – hot dog in a bun, chopped red onion, green chile sauce, sour cream and chopped jalapenos.

Memphis – bacon-wrapped hot dog in a bun, BBQ sauce, chopped scallions and shredded cheddar cheese. Southern Recipe Bar-B-Que Pork Rinds – they do love their “Que” down there.

Montreal – a steamed hot dog in a New England-style bun, mustard, chopped onion and cabbage. Southern Recipe Salt & Vinegar Pork Rinds play well with the cabbage.

New York – a hot dog in a bun, all-dressed with mustard, sauerkraut and onion sauce. Take your pick of any Southern Recipe Pork Rind flavors – hey, it’s New York after all.

Seattle – bratwurst, cream cheese, sliced raw jalapenos, chopped cabbage, and Sriracha. Pair with Southern Recipe Original pork rinds, no need for additional spice.

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