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Monday, March 22, 2010

A Hot Dog Your Id Can't Resist: Your SFoodie Lunch Planner

Posted By on Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 7:30 AM

Best effing dog joint ever? Your call. - STU SPIVACK/FLICKR
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Mon., March 22, 2010

It's not surprising how many customers at Zog's Dogs, which just named itself the greatest fucking

hot dog stand ever, order their hot dogs deep-fried. Giving people the "option" of having their food deep-fried is like giving them the "option" of taking a $20 bill. It takes more work to say no than to heed the call of the id.

You'll have better-tasting results by substituting another food the id can't resist: bacon. Start with Zog's Mexico frank ($5.50), rolled up in bacon and grilled until the pork shrinks into a crisp spiral. The Mexico already comes with caramelized onions and mild jalapeños; have the cooks thatch the top with kraut, too. Squeeze a fat rail of spicy brown German mustard over top. We're not ready to call it the greatest fucking hot dog ever, but you may.

Zog's Dogs 1 Post (at Market), 391-7071

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