Michael, your description of the Yankee Doodle Pig in a Blanket brought back memories of a similar dog that I enjoyed in my youth. Back in the 50’s and 60’s we had a little tiny (closet size) place uptown that did hot dogs and (I guess) burgers. They made a dog stuffed with a thick slice of cheese, wrapped in bacon that was grilled so the cheese melted, the bacon got crisp, and the dog was hot through. Served on a bun for you to add mustard, onions, and maybe(?) catsup – it was delicious and cheap too, if I remember correctly. As a teen, I could roam all around town on a Saturday with my girl friends, check out the clothing stores, choose one lipstick from the five and dime, get a hot dog and a “coke” for lunch, then choose a movie from three theaters. And this is a small town! Those were the days – thanks for the memories!