In Arizona, hot dogs get a Mexican makeover

08/28/2009 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Food vendors in Tucson, Ariz., sell Sonoran-style hot dogs that are wrapped in bacon and garnished with taco-style condiments. "A ketchup-and-mustard hot dog is boring," one customer said. "They're not colorful enough. You've got to make them colorful, and pile on the stuff."

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