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Hot dog also called the frankfurter, frank, wiener, weenie, tube
steak, sausage, or banger was originally from Germany however it
was popularized in the States. It consists of meat trimmings and
Hot dog also called the frankfurter, frank, wiener, weenie, tube steak, sausage, or banger was originally from Germany however it was popularized in the States. It consists of meat trimmings and fat which are pig slime and meat slurry, flavorings such as salt, garlic, and pepper, and preservatives.
For the preparation, a huge grinder mixes the meat, spices, and preservatives, and then the slurry is pushed into thin tube and later on cooked. Since today is the Hot Dog day, you ought to know a few facts about what you eat. On July 19 every year, people gather to celebrate the hot dog day. Why is it so special? Here is why.
National Hot Dog Day Facts:
According to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, the proper etiquette required to eat a hot dog is finish the hot dog in five bites. In the case of a foot-long wiener, only seven bites are appropriate.
Los Angeles residents consume more hot dogs than any other city.
Hot dogs contain carcinogenic (cancer causing) compounds, are high in fat, cholesterol and salt. Beware! All the health conscious people.
There are turkey, veggie, and soy hot dogs also available for the health conscious people.
There is something known as an Annual New York Hot Dog Challenge. For the challenge, 10 hot dog carts are situated over the 3-5 mile course. The aim is to eat a hot dog with the bun at each cart before proceeding with the run. This is fun!
There are 2 major kinds of hot dogs, natural casing, and skinless.
Natural casing hot dog is covered in sheep intestines whereas natural casing hot dogs are covered with cellulose.
The first skinless hot dog casings were produced by Freund's new company under the name nojax, short for "no jackets" and sold to local Chicago sausage makers. so much happiness in a bun! What are you waiting for? Go grab yours now! They say either you love hot dogs or you are wrong.