Hawk Krall, combination AHT correspondent/hot dog correspondent/illustrator, recently posted on his blog about this awesome fried onion burger illustration that he made for American-themed burger joint The Burger Map in Sao Paolo, Brazil. The fried onion burger is originally from El Reno, Oklahoma, which celebrates this glorious marriage of caramelized onions and smashed beef with the annual El Reno Fried Onion Burger Day, this year held on May 5.
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Over the years I've had the pleasure of playing hot dog accomplice on many encased meat adventures with SE's resident hot dogger Hawk Krall, but last week's ride might have been the most glorious. Oscar Mayer invited Hawk to pass out a whopping 1,000 of their all-beef hot dogs to a hungry crowd of Philadelphians during a sweltering lunch hour with the mighty Wienermobile nearby. I learned two things—there are few words in the English language that inspire as much happiness as "free hot dogs" and secondly, everyone loves the Wienermobile. Oh, and did I mention that I got to ride in it?
Every Friday we look forward to Hawk Krall's take on a different hot dog variation in his Hot Dog of the Week column—from traditional small town hot dog joints to bizarre South American concoctions. He now has four brand-new prints from recent posts for sale for $29 each. The prints look as good, or even better, than the original paintings. Get a close-up of them here (and then realize that you want to cover your wall with them).
Photographs by Hawk Krall Every week, I look forward to seeing what Philadelphia-based illustrator Hawk Krall comes up with for the Hot Dog of the Week. There have been a number of HDotW's that I've wished I could get high-quality prints of. Well it just so happens that some of my (and, I hope, your) favorite Hot Dog of the Week artwork is now available as high-quality 11-by-14-inch art prints. These are professional giclée fine art prints, printed by the fine folks at Silicon Gallery Fine Arts in Philadelphia. I can't imagine who wouldn't want one of these (all of which are suitable for framing) in their kitchen. Choose from four designs and stay tuned for more to be...