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Regional Hot Dog Variations

Chicago dogs: Yellow mustard, dark green relish, chopped raw onions, tomato slices, celery salt and a poppy seed bun.

Kansas City dogs: Sauerkraut and melted Swiss cheese served on a sesame seed bun.

New York City dogs: Steamed onions and pale yellow mustard sauce.


Coney Island dogs: Topped with a spicy meat mixture.

Southern slaw dogs: Served with coleslaw on top.

Corn dogs: Stuck with a stick, dipped in corn bread batter, and then deep-fried. Carnie dogs.

Tex-Mex dogs: Toppings include salsa, Monterey Jack cheese, and chopped jalapeno peppers.


Pigs in a Blanket: Wrapped in pastry and baked in the oven.

 

Baltimore Frizzled: Split open and then deep-fried.

   What better way to celebrate a meal than boiling, grilling or baking hot dogs

 

101 Ways to Cook Hot Dogs


chili dogs

hot dogs with swiss cheese

skin on hot dogs

skinless hot dogs

Steam hot dog buns

toasted hot dog buns

picalli relish on hot dogs

mustard on hot dogs

ketcup on hot dogs

chicago style hot dogs

new york style hot dogs

hot dogs in jello

hot dogs and beans

foot long hot dogs

homemade hot dogs

hot dog hors d'oeuvre 

 

 

 

Exactly What is

a Hot Dog?

Frankfurter content is regulated by Federal law. Traditional hot dogs are made of beef, pork, veal, chicken or turkey and are available with or without natural casing skins. Hot dogs contain up to 30 percent fat and 10 percent added water. Vegetarians prefer tofu (soybean derived) hot dogs.

Hot dog sizes range from cocktail weiners up to the foot-long. Most common is the six-inch length sold in grocery stores in packs of ten.

- Start cooking tonite -

A hot dog at the ball park is better than steak at the Ritz" - Humphrey Bogart


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