The first thing I’m going to eat when I get back to Denmark on my next buying trip is a hot dog, known as Polser in Denmark. The Danish Hot Dog is a natural casing wiener, dyed bright red. Cooked on a flat grill, the extra-long dogs extend far beyond the boundaries of the bun, and are topped with crunchy fried onions, raw onions, thinly sliced pickles, and your choice of sauces ranging from mustard to ketchup or remoulade. The dogs themselves are made from pork, and a touch more flavorful than their American cousins. The Danes are crazy about their hot dogs and so am I. If you ever get a chance have a Danish Polser and you decide. Shop Dining Rooms>


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