According to this article hot dogs are undergoing something of a reinvention. It seems there are a few companies out there that are starting to create good quality hot dogs to be proud of rather than the pathetic frankfurter in a bun you might be expecting when you think of hot dogs. The article highlights one man called Cooper who sells his hot dogs at Dulwich’s North Cross Road. He creates high end bespoke hot dogs. His basic hot dog consisting of a 100% beef served in a bun starts at £2.90. He also has more adventurous creations such as The Mexican Elvis containing steak-and-pinto-bean sauce, a thick slice of cheddar, jalapeños, onions, hot cheese sauce and guacamole. The Dogfather with chorizo and mozzarella, homemade marinara sauce. The Snoop Dog with bacon, cheddar, spring onions, bbq sauce and corn mayo and The Slum Dog saag aloo, onion bhaji flakes, curried mango mayo and jalapeños. They all sound far removed from the hot dogs I am used to and well worth a try.