Choripán are Argentina's version of the hot dog—they're spiced sausages you can buy on the street, and they're at every sporting event—but that's unfair comparison, because choripán are clearly better. Way better. First of all, it's Argentina, so the quality of the coarsely ground pork sausage is high enough to make you cry. It's seared to a beautiful crackly crust, more than any hot dog, spitting and sizzling as it gets slapped onto a toasted bun. And as for toppings, you don't get just ketchup and mustard. No, there's chimichurri sauce, or a tomato salsa, or any of a number of other condiments.