Collection: Hot Dog

26 products
  • TFhalo Hot Dog Marshmallow Roasting Sticks,Funny Men and Woman Shaped Campfire Roaster with 6pcs Barbecue Sticks,Stainless Steel Adult Hot Dog Sticks for Father's Day
  • Great Northern Popcorn Company Hot Dog Grill with 9 Stainless Steel Rollers, ZPG-6002E, Gray
  • Galactic Hot Dogs Collection: Cosmoe's Wiener Getaway; The Wiener Strikes Back; Revenge of the Space Pirates
  • Stainless Steel Hot Dog Marshmallow Roaster Novelty Women Men Shaped Camp Fire Skewer Stick Funny Metal Craft Barbecue Forks for Campfire,Bonfire and Grill (3 Hot Dog Guys)
  • Juvale 100-Pack Disposable Paper Hot Dog Bags - Foil Sleeve Wrappers for Carnival and Party Supplies, 4 x 8 x 1.5 Inches
  • Nature's Own Perfectly Crafted Brioche Style Hot Dog Buns, 18 Oz
  • Hot Dog Bucket Hat Sun Uv Protection Foldable Fisherman Cap for Fishing Beach Outdoor
  • The Candery Hot Dog Roller - Sausage Grill Cooker Machine - 6 Hot Dog Capacity - Household Hot Dog Machine for Children and Adults
  • Hot Dog
  • 750 Paper Hot Dog Trays | White Hot Dog Wrappers | 8 Inch Hotdog Tray Holders Plates | Disposable Fluted Hotdog Boats | Hotdog Container - Concession Stand Trays - Hot Dog Cart Accessories
  • Hot Dog Hero - Crazy Chef Adventure
  • Steel Hot Dog Marshmallow Roasters Campfire Skewer Stick Adult,Women Men Shaped Stainless Steel Camp Fire Roasting Stick, Skewer Stick Barbecue Forks for Bonfire Grill (Marshmallow Girl & Hot Dog Boy)
  • Faux Real Men's T Shirt, Hot Dog, Medium
  • Steel Hot Dog/Marshmallow Roasters, Novelty Women Men Stainless Steel Camp Fire Roasting Stick Metal Skewer Stick,Hot Dog Boy And Marshmallow Girl Baking Stove Skewers (Silver,2 bracket + 3 fork)
  • Greaseproof Paper Hot Dog Holders and Hamburger Wrappers (3 Designs, 300 Pieces)
  • Halal Hot Dogs
  • Hot Dog & Marshmallow Roasting Sticks, Funny Stainless Steel Man and Woman Adult Shaped Hotdog Sticks for Campfires, Novel Campfire Hotdog Barbecue skewers (C-marshmallow women+Hot Dog man)
  • Steel Hot Dog/Marshmallow Roasters, Novelty Women Men Shaped Stainless Steel Camp Fire Roasting Stick, Funny Metal Craft Barbecue Forks for Bonfire Grill (Marshmallow Girl + Hot Dog Boy with Stick)
  • Paragon 8020 Hot Dog Hut Steamer Merchandiser for Professional Concessionaires Requiring Commercial Quality & Construction
  • Changdie Stainless Steel Hot Dog Marshmallow Roaster, Novelty Roasting Sticks for Campfire, Funny Metal Skewer Stick (Marshmallow Girl +Hot Dog Boy)
  • Nostalgia HDR8RY Hot Dog Warmer 8 Regular Sized, 4 Foot Long and 6 Bun Capacity, Stainless Steel Rollers, Perfect For Breakfast Sausages, Brats, Taquitos, Egg Rolls, Red/Yellow
  • Steel Hot Dog & Marshmallow Roasters, Stainless Steel Skewer Stick, Novelty Barbecue Skewers BBQ Skewers, Father'S Day Gift, Barbecue Forks for Campfire, Bonfire and Grill
  • Sock It To Me Men's Hot Dog Socks
  • Nostalgia HDS248COKE Large Coca-Cola Diner-Style Steamer, 24 Hot Dogs and 12 Bun Capacity, Perfect For Breakfast Sausages, Brats, Vegetables, Fish, Red

Cooking Hot Dog Variations Around The World

Hot Dog

A hot dog is typically a commercial food consisting of either a baked or steamed Frankfurter with the slice of a partially sliced apple topped with onions and spices of your choice. Sometimes it can also refer to both the sausage itself and the apples used to top it. The most common name for these sausages is called Frankfurter and they are made in this way. The word "hot dog" also has another form that can be used interchangeably with hot dog.


One may think that a hot dog would be made from the same sort of ingredients and could even taste the same, but the truth is that they are actually very different. There are two kinds of sausages that are produced in the United States, New York Style and Pennsylvania Dutch. New York Style sausages are traditionally made in the state of New York, while Pennsylvania Dutch sausages are made in the state of Pennsylvania. Many people confuse these two sausages as being the same, but the key difference is that New York Style uses a mixture of ground beef, turkey, and pork to Pennsylvania Dutch use only pork and bacon.


Another example of confusion over what the term actually means is when someone asks for a New Jersey Hot Dog, they are referring to the actual dish and not to the more generic term. Some examples are when grocery stores say they sell hot dogs instead of frankfurters, and at certain restaurants, you will find the word hot dog used with the term hot dog. It is also used when ordering take out meals and is used when ordering in a hotel. The only place that you will rarely see the term used is at a seafood restaurant.


The origin of the term hot dog can be traced all the way back to the early 1900s in Germany. The German called the meat schnitzel and the Americans called it hot dogs. The Germans also used words such as chat and scatter which meant meal and sausage respectively. In English, the term hot dog did not take off until the 1950s. People were starting to refer to them as hot dogs in the United States prior to that.


There are many different cuts of meat that can be used to create hot dogs. One of the most popular cuts is the American style Frankfurter, which is a pork hickory smoked sausage that is served on a half moon of bread. Other cut options are Chicago, New York, and Pennsylvania Sausage. Chicago Style is most popular and served on a white bread half moon. New York Style hot dogs are served on a half moon and is wrapped in red bell peppers and onions.


Hot dogs can come in various different colors. In the north America, people commonly see hot dogs covered in a bright red or yellow sheet. In Germany they see red, green, and orange that are known as schnitzel rosten. Different countries and cultures have different words for colors and you will find red, green, and orange as popular colors. These colors are created using various natural casings such as beef drippings, fish and liver products, and even turkey drippings.


As you can see there are many different options when cooking and making hot dogs. When buying a recipe, look to see if the ingredients are real ingredients that are used to feed dogs or if they are processed meat. Processed meat has been stripped of many of its nutrients and has been subject to rampant antibiotic use in modern times that have led to a rise in cases of colorectal cancer and other diseases.


You can also purchase hot dog buns in different styles from your local deli or market. Look to see how the buns are decorated. In the North America you will likely see hot dog variations such as pups in bunches, pigs in blankets, buntings, and sizzling dogs. New York is famous for the buntings they do with the dogs and it is an international phenomenon.