Where do hot dogs come from
Hot dogs first appeared in New York over a hundred years ago.
This product has become popular and is in demand today.
The seller of hot dogs on the street of New York, approximately 1910. The price of a hot dog was 3 cents, two pieces were given for 5 cents.
Shack-cago or Chicago Hot Dog. Ingredients: beef, potato, bun, mustard, onion, cucumber, tomato, pepper and salt
A photograph of Nathan Handwerker Nathan’s, founded in 1916, was taken in 1922. It sold hot dogs twice cheaper than its competitors.
This is what Nathan’s hot dog looks like today.
Hot dogs from Asia Dog, popular eateries, are decorated with kimchi, green onions, sesame seeds and other unconventional fillers.
In October 1957, Mayor Robert Wagner, in the photo second from the left, visited Coney Island eatery, buying a hot dog there. Soon he was re-elected for a second term.
In November 2001, future Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and former Mayor Edward I. Koch dined on hot dogs at the Katz diner before the start of the election campaign of Mr. Bloomberg.
Diner Katz, opened in 1888.
A fifteen-bite hot dog from a Brooklyn Diner in Manhattan weighs almost a pound!
Snack Bar “Gray’s Papaya” in 2006. It was opened in 1973 and they are preparing the so-called “Sabertt dog” - the traditional hot dog of street vendors of hot dogs in New York.
A hot dog with sauerkraut from the Papaya King diner, which was founded in 1930.
Zak Pelaccio’s Fatty Crab hot dog: pork sausage, sauce, mayonnaise, pickled garlic, pickled chili and pickled radish.
David Cameron, British Prime Minister and Mayor Mr. Bloomberg in Manhattan. According to several publications, Mr. Bloomberg treated.
In October 2009, Mayor Bloomberg and General Colin Powell stopped to eat hot dogs in Midtown.
A variety of hot dogs, including soy, for vegetarians, from the Good to Go Organics eatery in Central Park. Sauerkraut comes from the Hawthorne Valley Farm in Hudson Valley.