I know some folks think hot dogs are disgusting, but I am a huge fan! I always order a Fenway Frank when I go to Red Sox game, and it enhances my experience. And imagine the 4th of July without glizzies on the grill? That would be just plain un-American!

In New England, Boston baked beans and franks were a Saturday night staple. Or if my dad was away and dinner was up to mom, it was always beans and franks. I wasn't mad about it!

Food and Wine magazine named the best hot dog in every state, and I feel like the choice for New Hampshire was no surprise.

They picked Gilley's in Portsmouth! Well, hot diggity dog! Do you agree with this choice?

At Gilleys, you can dress you dog up any which way! Embrace your inner Polack with a Sauerkraut dog:

Some folks just want onions and mustard on their dogs, while others like Ketchup on their dog. I've heard that is sacrilegious, but I don't really see a problem with it.

If you are wondering what the choices were for Maine and Massachusetts, let's get into it!

Dysart’s in Hermon, Maine, was the pick for Vacationland: Dysart's has been serving up dogs and more to Mainers for over 50 years.

You'll have to drive all the way to the Berkshires to enjoy Massachusetts' best hot dog. It can be found at Jack’s Hot Dogs in Pittsfield. They are known for their chili dogs wrapped in American cheese and topped with the house meat sauce. WOW, that is innovative, and I am here for it!

Where is the best hot dog you have ever had?

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