Snoop's brother, Bing Worthington, claims that there aren't any celebrity hot dogs, so why not put Snoop Dogg's name on one? The new venture was reported in the Boston Herald back in November and the Snoop Dogg Hot Doggs should have hit store shelves in January.
Snoop Dogg isn't the only rapper trying to mark his spot in the kitchen. Other rappers have appeared on a variety of chips called Rap Snacks which can be purchased on their website www.rapsnacks.com. Flavors include "Master P" Platinum BBQ, "Lil Romeo" BAR-B-Quin With Honey, "Stat Quo" Sour Cream & Extra Cheddar, "Murphy Lee"Red Hot Ripplets, "Pretty Willie" Salsa Cheese, and "BBD" Back At The Ranch.