Seth Rogen’s Naughty Dog

Spicy Polish kielbasa, spicy beer braised onions, crispy onions and horseradish mayo, all served on a grilled Hawaiian roll.

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That’s the Naughty Dog, an over-the-top Frank-enstein created by Esh chef and Knife Fight host Ilan Hall for the release of Seth Rogen’s Sausage Party, which opens this week.

You can try it at the West Coast hot-doggery Dog Haus, or at Esh, Hall’s Israeli grill in Brooklyn.

Michael Kaminer is a contributing editor at the Forward.

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