Seahawks serving up spicy 'DangeRuss' hot dog on Sunday

The Seahawks are unveiling the 'DangeRuss' hot dog to honor Russell Wilson.
The Seahawks are unveiling the 'DangeRuss' hot dog to honor Russell Wilson. (Delaware North)

Last week we told you that the Seahawks and Delaware North food services teamed up to create the "Beast Burger," a massive food homage to Marshawn Lynch. This week's it's Russell Wilson's turn.

And the Seattle quarterback is being honored with a "DangeRuss" hot dog.

Wilson loves mac 'n' cheese so the Seahawks threw Beecher's mac on top of this foot-long dog and added caramelized onions, Sriracha honey hot sauce (made in house), diced jalapeno peppers and "Seahawks Strips," which are the green and blue tortilla strips you see. 

Seattle says they sold 1,000 Beast Burgers last Sunday while toppling the Saints in their Divisional Round victory. 

They're hoping the DangerRuss Dog has a similar effect on Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the 49ers.

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