The Top Hot Dog Style Each State Is Craving

Google posted a map of the top “hot dog style” each state is googling more than other states.  Most aren’t too surprising, like “Chicago style hot dogs” in Illinois.  But here are a few you might want to try . . .

Korean hot dog” is a top search in a bunch of states this year.  It’s kind of like a corn dog, but with different batter.

Sonoran hot dog” in Arizona, Colorado, and Kentucky.  It’s like if a hot dog and a taco had a baby.

Crescent roll hot dog” is a popular search in New Mexico.  They’re like “pigs in a blanket,” but usually bigger and with cheese.

White hot dog” is #1 in New York, especially Upstate New York.  The meat is a combination of pork, beef, and veal.

Red hot dog” is #1 in Georgia, North Carolina, and New Hampshire.  But that’s actually two different types.  In the South, it’s a spicy hot dog.  In the Northeast, it’s a different kind with a red casing.  They’re also called “snappers,” which is the top search in Maine.

Brazilian hot dog” tops the list in Ohio and Connecticut.  It’s a hot dog covered in meat sauce, parmesan, shoestring potatoes, and peas. (???)

Dirty water hot dogs” are big in Hawaii.  That’s when you boil them and add things like vinegar and garlic powder to the water.

And not surprisingly, Alaska is googling “reindeer hot dogs” more than any other state.

(Google Trends)