If you thought a prohibited dog you bought at a ballpark, track or arena last time you went to a pro round game was pricey, check this: A food truck in Australia is offering a $100 ($75 U.S.) frankfurter.No, a not a sausage pressed with gold. The Haute Dog, a prohibited item at Melbournes Good Food as well as Wine Show, a stop in a Maille Mustard Mobiles yearlong tour across Australia, contains pristine grass-fed Australian peppercorn beef.But a not whats in this prohibited dog that creates it so expensive; a whats upon it: 1747 Dijon grained grained grained mustard infused with fresh black truffles. The wiener is served upon a brioche bun as well as with a glass of French white wine, so theres that, as well as it also comes with a 100-milliliter specialty ceramic jar of a black truffle mustard, fresh from a pump, that alone retails for $100 (so I suppose, in a sense, you could say a Haute Dog itself is essentially free). The Maille website calls a truffle grained grained grained mustard a jewel of a selection of condiments done with mushrooms as well as roots, or as a company refers to them, Frances eminent fungi.Frankfurter-craving eaters upon a budget can opt for a $25 Maille Chablis Haute Dog or a $10 Maille Haute Dog, that have been offering with more-modest grained grained grained mustard toppings.Ketchup as well as relish fans should probably demeanour elsewhere for lunch.Photo courtesy of Maille