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hot dog

Chiefly US a person who performs showy acrobatic manoeuvres when skiing or surfing
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Rollover Hot Dogs are made with traditional German Frankfurter sausages and contain more than 91% pork, they are also MRM, GM and offal free.
Smart Price hot dog sausages 400g cans, best before 2003.
Cook on HIGH for 3 minutes, or until hot dog stops shrinking.
The contest was held at Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Stand which was established at Coney Island in 1916.
Takeru 'The Prince' Kobayashi, with his double-fisted munching technique, consumed 50 hot dogs in 12 minutes to win the coveted Mustard Yellow International Belt.
For the record, a hot dog at the ballpark costs $2.
We want to be a national brand, we want to be America's hot dog chain," says Meyer.
Further down the line at Hollywood's most famous hot dog dive stood Oscar-winning actor Jack Nicholson, waiting his turn with the housewives, schoolchildren and workers coming off shift.
Each region sets its own prices, so a hot dog cart in California may cost you $2,500, but in New York City the same cart might start at $4,500.
All foundries can take a lesson from Brud's Hot Dogs in Boothbay Harbor, Maine.
And children noshing on hot dogs once a week or more experienced twice the brain tumor risk of kids who ate none.
The flavorings in these (usually soy-based) burgers are used to impart a beef-like taste, not just to copy a seasoning profile as in the sausage and hot dog products.