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hot dog

Chiefly US a person who performs showy acrobatic manoeuvres when skiing or surfing
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They are fervent believers that they birthed and raised the most original and tastiest hot dog.
Blazin Buffalo Chicken Dog All-beef hot dog topped with pulled chicken in buffalo sauce and coleslaw
Reporter Elena Cresci tried one of the Rollin' Hot Dog Company's hot dogs to see what all the fuss is about.
Second place finisher Tim Janus gobbled 52 hot dogs, and took home 5000 dollars.
Moving a little further into left field, where did this most wondrous of foods, the hot dog, come from anyway?
The stand, originally called the Corner Cupboard, opened in 1937 selling foot-long hot dogs on a 10-inch roll for 5 or 10 cents, according to a history of Lee's Hot Dog Stand written by Gay Ann (Lee) Wacker, the daughter who was growing up when the stand was built and worked at the stand when she was old enough.
Also similar to its original Rover counterpart, the Mini Wiener Rover includes a compartment for the transport of hot dogs, with enough space to fit one to two previously cooked sausages.
The human DNA in two per cent of hot dogs could have been from saliva or other bodily fluids as the products are mashed and processed on the production line.
Malcolm Copland, commercial director of Greggs, said: "Our product development team have been working hard to perfect the hot dog recipe.
New York (AirGuide Features - Inside Air Travel) Fri, Aug 8, 2014 - The hot dog has become an icon of New York, perhaps even more so than the pizza or hamburger.