Hot dogs

Friday, June 29, 2018

Hot dogs

Hot dogs are one of the most favored American street foods. From all-beef hot dogs to those made with other meats and poultry, such as elk and duck, to vegan varieties, its something that can be enjoyed by many. Found in cities big and small, many places have specific ideas on how a hot dog should be dressed. For example, in Seattle, the eponymous Seattle dog is topped with cream cheese and grilled onions. For a diverse selection of hot dogs, try Biker Jim’s Gourmet Dogs in Denver.

A hot dog (or hotdog) is a type of food, came from Germany. In the United States, hot dogs are very popular in areas with large numbers of European immigrants, such as Chicago, Brooklyn and Detroit. The word "hot dog" refers to the belief that many people thought hot dogs had actual dog meat.[1] In a few places, hot dogs are also called red-hots.

A hot dog is made of the remains of the pig after other parts are cut off and sold as bacon, sausage patties, and ham. However many people across the world eat hot dogs and enjoy them very much. Hot dogs can be boiled, grilled, or fried. The word frankfurter comes from Frankfurt, Germany. This sausage is usually served in a bun or another type of bread.


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