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The hottest dog?
A $100 hot dog infused with century-old cognac — and more in our collection of bizarrely elite consumer products
DougieDog Hot Dog's created the world's most expensive hot dog, complete with cognac, lobster, kobe beef, and truffles. Screen shot, Vancouver Sun
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ou might not expect fine dining at a restaurant named DougiDog Hot Dogs. But the Vancouver sausage joint has a foot-long Dragon Dog ($100) that could change your mind. The pricey bratwurst — apparently the world's only dog that sells for three figures — is infused with century-old $2,000-a-bottle Louis XIII cognac, topped with fresh lobster and Kobe beef seared in truffle and olive oil, and served with a secret picante sauce. "At that price," says Mary Beth Quirk at The Consumerist, you'd expect the sauce to be "made of edible diamonds."

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