The off-kilter Toronto mayor embraces his inner foodie.
There's going to being sauerkraut, and mustard. And relish, shredded mozzarella, mushrooms, onions, bacon, American cheese, chopped tomatoes, chili, sour cream, and sautéed peppers.
$330,000 in fines. Thousands of frankfurters. One big mystery.
The Gray's in the Village may be gone for good, but there are still plenty of other places to get two dogs and a papaya drink.
It's a sad day for hot-dog lovers everywhere.
The new shop will be bigger than the Brooklyn original, with an expanded beer list and wine on tap.
That's why the mustard sucks.
Can you hear the hot dogs screaming?
Behold the definition of a wiener.
The dog is too damn hot.
The glory days of mayonnaise- and kim-chi-topped sausages on Beach Street are over.
Longtime pushcart vendors get the boot in Downtown Crossing.
The Lombard Twenty goes on at Meritage, while Fond offers deals on its bar menu.
The mobile operation will bring Hot Diggity's regional hot dog specialties to a neighborhood near you.
Elsewhere, Jonathan Gold looks at his favorite dishes of the past year.
These six dishes are bound to put you in the mood for your turkey day spread.
As far as how well tube-steaks will fit in, in the heart of cheesesteak country goes: A Geno's employee was spotted ordering a dozen dogs.