July is the National Hotdog Month, and
18th July is the National Hotdog Day!
Although no one knows for sure where the original hot dog came from, 1893 was a big year for wieners in buns. That year's Colombian Exposition in Chicago saw crowds of visitors enjoying the simple treat for the first time. From then on, the hot dog habit has increased, and today the average American eats 60 hot dogs every year.
With ketchup, mustard, onions, or relish, no one would argue that hot dogs are truly delish! Hot dogs are a timeless American tradition and are favorite food to eat at baseball games and cookouts.
Other common names for hot dogs are frankfurters, franks, wieners, and dogs. They are also often the subject of food-eating competitions on New York's Coney Island and elsewhere across the globe. Did you know that the world’s largest hot dog was 1,996 feet long? It was created by Sara Lee Corporation in honor of the 1996 Olympics.
So National Hot Dog Day. Our congradulations! How to celebrate?
There isn't the easiest way then just to eat a hot dog of course! Have a couple of hot dogs for lunch or dinner.
And by the way you may combine eating Hot Dog with playing
or Burger Shop 2.
Enjoy National Hot Dog Day to the fullest!!
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