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Chiefly US a person who performs showy acrobatic manoeuvres when skiing or surfing
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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.
Hot dogs are usually processed in factories where meat trimmings, spices and other ingredients are blended and sent to automatic stuffers.
I would love for them to open a shop here in Manhattan selling hot dogs and some of their pasties I have heard so much about.
No matter the age or regional preference, hot dogs will be a popular choice this summer.
Hot dogs are as synonymous with the ballpark, as the game itself, so we re committed to enriching our guests game day experience by serving them the perfect hot dog, said Carl Mittleman, president of Aramark s Sports and Entertainment division.
Reporter Elena Cresci tried one of the Rollin' Hot Dog Company's hot dogs to see what all the fuss is about.
Thomas won the inaugural women's event in 2011 by downing 40 HDBs, and defended her crown in 2012 by eating 45 hot dogs.
Second place finisher Tim Janus gobbled 52 hot dogs, and took home 5000 dollars.
Boiled hot dogs are for babies, we adults have a more refined palate.
Popular in the late 1800s at fairs and other public events, hot dogs became the cuisine of choice at baseball parks across the nation.
That's not to say that lower-fat bacon, hot dogs, and sausage are the foundation of a healthy diet.