Mixing alcohol with food is nothing new: chefs do it often when preparing special dishes.
What about soaking a hotdog in $2,000 liquor?
The foodies at DougieDog Hot Dogs food truck in Vancouver, Canada have not only created this hotdog delicacy, but also been awarded a world record, according to a report by Huffington Post Canada.
The $100 "Dragon Dog" has apparently been awarded a Guinness World Record for being the most expensive hotdog on the planet, according to the report .
The specialty hotdog is soaked in Louis the 13th cognac, which costs $2,000 a bottle. It is then topped with Kobe beef, fresh lobster and picante sauce.
Huffington Post reports that the hotdog inventors wanted to create something "super tasty and high-end."