Some analysts credit chef Daniel Boulud with kicking off the current hot-dog revival, citing the prominence of sausages like the all-beef DBGB Dog on the menu of his DBGB Kitchen and Bar in New York. Others point to the strong influence of local market specialists like Doug Sohn, owner of the seminal Hot Doug’s in Chicago, as prime movers behind the trend. 
 It’s also possible that hot dogs are benefiting from strong tailwinds provided by the runaway success of better-burger ...

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