The 13th CenturyThe 14th CenturyThe 18th CenturySomewhere around the 1940s?
The 13th Century!
The original hot dog was a mixture of pork and beef, and was called a "frankfurt"!
It was Germany!
The first hot dog-like sausage was a called a Frankfurter Würstchen and came from Frankfurt, Germany!
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Not Your Moms StyleNew York StyleChicago StylePolish Style
This is a Chicago style!!
Obviously, this dog is bred in Chicago, Illinois
Sonoran StyleHot and Spicy StyleEverything Except the Kitchen Sink StyleYellow, Green and Bean Style
It is a Sonoran style!
It's popular in Pheonix, Arizona, and originated in the capital of the Mexican state of Sonora!
New York StyleMayo and More StyleSweet and Spicy StyleSeattle Style
It certainly is the Seattle Style!
This tasty doggo is often topped with cream cheese and peppers!
THIS doggo is a Swedish Hot Doggo!
IDK about the mashed potatoes and hot dog condiments...
86.7% of adults use mustard over any other condiment, while kids have a thing for ketchup!
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WOW that's a lot of franks!
100 hot dogs in 50 minutes70 hot dogs in 30 minutes95 hot dogs in 20 minutes62 hot dogs in 10 minutes
the competitive record is 62 HOT DOGS IN 10 MINUTES aAAHAaahAAHaaAHAHAh!!!
I would cry. I would cry as I ate those delicious doggos, because competitions stress me out.