Now maybe the rest of the world gets some nice weather like the Maldives. This weekend is a three day weekend in both UK (Spring Bank Holiday) and the USA (Memorial Day Weekend). Both informally kick-off the summer. And the traditional celebration is the backyard barbeque in both countries. And especially in the USA that means hot dogs!
I’ve never had much good luck with sausages in the Maldives. Their limitations on pork in the non-resort part of the country might contribute to supply and choice limitations. The first sausages that I ever went back for seconds were those BBQ’d on Sun Island (see above). Even better than the chicken dogs I subsisted on when I first bach’ed it after university (chicken dogs were healthier and cheaper). And it underscores that you can make really delicious sausages out of all sorts of meat besides pork. Beef hot dogs are the best, and I have had lamb and turkey sausages here in England.
For the Maldivian super-premiums looking for inspiration on nabbing a 'Best of Maldives' in the 'Hot Dog' category, this Daily Mail article has a few prime contenders including a hot dog costing $2000 (yes, that's 3 zeros) – http://www.dailymail.co.uk/…/Worlds-expensive-hot-dog-2-300-nearly-long-baseball-bat-New-Yorks-230-Fifth.html