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The Hot Dog, Redefined One Cart at a Time

NYC Hot Dog Vendors: Interesting, most of us aren't eating them! Good article - The Hot Dog, Redefined One Cart at a Time -


A typical New Yorker hot dog stand, they are selling frankfurters for three cents, or you can buy two hot dogs for five cents. Hot dogs are becoming more and more popular these days.

Priority Mail - Vintage Style Foil Paper Lined Hot Dog Bags - Fresh and Delicious - Gusseted 3.5 x 1.5 x 8.5 Inches - set of 50

Vintage Style Foil Paper Lined Hot Dog Bags ~for the Hot Dog Stand or Party!


You've not had a Hot Dog until you buy one from a New York City Hot Dog Vendor ... OMG'sh!


America’s 75 Best Hot Dogs

The hot dog is one of those foods that’s nearly impossible to mess up. You heat it through, plop it on a bun, squirt on some mustard, and call it lunch. But there’s a big difference between not screwing something up and turning it into a paradigm-shifting, transcendental dining experience. And there are lots of hot dog stands and restaurants out there that are turning the humble hot dog into a work of art. America’s 75 Best Hot Dogs (Slideshow)

America's Regional Hot Dog Styles

Red Dogs (Maine)_ Also known as "red snappers," this dog gets its name from its neon colored casing, which has no effect on the taste. Some joints serve theirs grilled or griddled for the best snap in a toasted, buttered roll, while others, like Simone's Hot Dog Stand, go steamed in a steamed top-split bun.


To celebrate Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang going 3D on the big screen, we're doing it the only way we know how: by making Snoopy hot dogs! You (or your kids) will go crazy for these sweet bento box lunches and, unlike Charlie Brown, won't say, "Why can't I have a normal dog like everyone else?" From Bento Monsters Hot Dog Bento Ingredients1 hot dog 2 small hot dog buns 2 slices white american cheese 1 slice nori seaweed sheets Directions Boil hot dogs until cooked through and then cut…


history of the hot dog by the national hot dog & sausage council | interesting 1867, charles feltman, a german butcher, opened up the first coney Island hot dog stand in brooklyn, ny | i'm sure he had no idea where that would lead!


Hot Dog of the Week: New Jersey Italian Hot Dog from Hot Diggity in Philadelphia


10 Dishes We Love at Chicago's Hot Dog Stands (Besides Hot Dogs)