Your hot dog deserves more than just a pedestrian squirt of mustard.
Who better to create a line of condiments than someone who devours hot dogs for a living?
Joey Chestnut, competitive hot dog eating champion, hopes to find out as he released his line of condiments for hot dogs, brats, sausages and sandwiches last week, just in time for Fourth of July cookouts and a certain hot dog eating competition in New York.
“I have the greatest job in the world and my life revolves around my love for food – particularly devouring hot dogs,” said Chestnut, 34. “This love led me to develop a line of high-quality, American-made condiments created specifically for America’s most beloved foods.”
The flavors, including Classic Boardwalk Coney Sauce,Spicy Firecracker Mustard and Deli-style Picnic Mustard, cost $5 each. The 12.25-ounce bottles are available to purchase online at shop.joeychestnut.com.
All profits through July 6, 2018, will be donated to Hidden Heros, benefiting military caregivers.
The speed eater is perhaps best known for downing 72 Nathan’s Famous hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes last year (a competition record) at the annual International Hot Dog-Eating Contest in Coney Island in New York – marking his 10th win in the last 11 years. Chestnut also holds the world’s record of 73.5 hot dogs and buns, set during a 2016 qualifying event.
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