Thursday, 29 May 2014

São Paulo presents: World Cup Themed Hot Dogs


“Every day of the week there’s a different hot dog. One for each country of the world cup”



These are the proud words of Wesley, the owner of a hot dog stand in the Itaquera region of São Paulo, where the new world cup stadium is located.

And he’s not kidding either. Fifa's, recently published, official food menu is looking distinctively unimaginative next to Wesley's. He has dreamed up a hot dog for Italy, Germany, Japan, Argentina, Mexico, and the USA amongst others, each one with national flag coloured bread. 

Located in the shopping centre opposite the stadium he’s expecting to cash in on the thousands of hungry fans drawn to the area for the world cup matches. And the one he expects to drive sales is the Brazilian hot dog complete with kale, farofa (!) and, yes, feijoada.

Check out the pics below and tell us what you think in the comments!


The American hot dog has cheddar, coleslaw and barbecue sauce

The Argentine hot dog sports garlic mayo and chimichurri sauce

The German hot dog is covered with sauerkraut and dark mustard

Italy also has its own dog burried under tomato sauce and basil

The Japanese dog has sukiyaki, sesame and a hot roll instead of the hot dog. 

With Chilli, guacamole and Nachos, it can only be the Mexican hot dog

And the king of them all: the feijoada dog!

1 comment:

Jodi W. Brown said...

These are the proud words of Wesley, the owner of a hot dog stand in the Itaquera region of São Paulo, where the new world cup stadium is located. Lej en pølsevogn

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