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The World's Most Expensive Hot Dog

On May 31, 2012, Capitol Dawg in Sacramento, Calif., broke the Guinness World Record for having the world's most expensive hot dog. This oversized dog will set adventurous diners back $145.49, with the previous record set at $100 by a Canadian hot dog stand. 

The hot dog, called the "California Capitol City Dawg," will consist of a three-quarter-pound, 18-inch, all-beef premium frank made in Chicago that's topped with ultra-expensive moose cheese from Sweden, white truffle butter (spread and grilled) on a specially prepared foccacia roll, whole-grain mustard from France, and all-natural bacon from New Hampshire steeped in maple syrup.

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