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[05 Jun 2006|09:44am]

Dude! I was searching for onions and found this, this sounds wicked, going to try this next time we have the dogs. I've never choked, but it is pretty cool. I want to eat octopus someday too. What about octopus-dogs?
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[05 Jul 2005|11:31am]


The 04-July Hot Dog eating champion... Takeru Kobayashi crammed 49 Hot Dogs in 12 minutes.
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[05 Jun 2005|09:56pm]

[ mood | sad ]

i miss you, octodog adventures.

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[16 Jan 2005|05:46pm]

So, this community is dead, right? That's sad. But hot dogs still make you happy, right?! thats_happiness!

Join today and tell the world how hot dogs make you smile.
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[15 Aug 2004|12:27am]

i will dominate all of you fuckers sooner than later!! i have stuffs in my pocket!
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Let us bow our heads... and may we all learn from OctoFranks example.... [10 Jul 2004|04:49pm]

I have a story to share with you. It is a story about confronting your demons and losing. It's the story of Icarus flying to close to the sun. It's could be anyone's story. It very well could be the story of mankind. It is the story of OctoFrank, and it started on a day not like all others. Erynne's 22nd Birthday.

Finally put behind a cutCollapse )
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I demand you eat a chicago-style hot dog today! [09 Jul 2004|11:23am]

[ mood | hungry for hot dogs ]

Chicago-style hot dogs are taking over the nation.

Wienerschnitzel, the nation's largest hot dog chain, has introduced the "Chicago Dog," an all-beef number in a steamed poppyseed bun with all the requisite trimmings -- mustard, neon green relish, onion, tomato, a pickle spear, sport peppers and celery salt.

The $1.99 dog is being sold at more than 350 Wienerschnitzel stores in the West and Southwest, and even in Guam.

It is possible to find Chicago-style dogs outside of Chicago, though some might argue that puts the authenticity of said dog in question.

Wienerschnitzel, based in Newport Beach, Calif., is known for its chili dogs.

Company executives had reservations about whether a Chicago dog would sell because they weren't sure if Californians even knew what one was, said Lowry Hughes, vice president of operations for Galardi Group, Wienerschnitzel's parent company.

The company quelled its fears by e-mailing a survey to customers to gauge their interest in the dressed-up dog.

"There are some fanatics about Chicago dogs," Wienerschnitzel advertising rep Doug Koegeboehn said.

To make sure they got it right before adding it to the menu in June, Hughes sampled the goods of hot dog mainstays such as Portillo's while in Chicago in May for the National Restaurant Show.

The chain is selling about 40 Chicago dogs a day per store, paltry compared with the 500 chili dogs a day average, but "we're real happy," Hughes said.

Bruce Kraig, president of the Culinary Historians of Chicago and Roosevelt University historian, says he has noticed the growing popularity of Chicago dogs.

"I've seen Chicago-style hot dogs in Nashville," he said.

The origin of the Chicago-style hot dog is a bit murky.

Kraig said the "garden on a bun" was the creation of Greek street vendors in Chicago in the 1920s trying to get an edge on Italian vendors, their main competition.

But Peter Sload, director of marketing for Chicago-based Vienna Beef, contends Vienna's founders introduced it at the World's Fair and Colombian Exposition of 1893.

Most agree a true Chicago-style hot dog these days is a Vienna Beef frank in a poppyseed bun, dressed appropriately.

Sload was somewhat disappointed to hear that Wienerschnitzel's wiener is not a Vienna product, but rather their own frank made from a proprietary recipe.

"If they're not offering it that way, it's not a true Chicago-style dog," Sload said.

Spoken like a true Chicagoan.


On July 5, Nightline featured all american summer things: baseball, apple pie, and HOT DOGS - I can't find an online transcript of the show - they gave a little history of the modern miracle that is the hot dog, and mentioned that Chicago had the most hot dog restaurants in the nation (perhaps due to its proximity to Vienna Beef) with approximately 3000. Perhaps an Octodog trip to the Windy City would be in order sometime. After all, how can you call yourself a hot dog fanatic if you haven't been to the hot dog capital of America!

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Those crazy Dogs [06 Jul 2004|07:12pm]

[ mood | geeky ]

I think this is my first post. I though it should contain Birthday Wishes to one of our mods and a hot dog salue.

Hot Dog Clipart - He just looks like a nice fellow who would wish you the best birthday ever!

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it's a world record! [01 Jul 2004|10:27pm]

[ mood | chipper ]

Today in Chicago, at the Taste of Chicago, Vienna Beef assembled the world's longest hot dog, shattering the previous record (at last year's Taste of Chicago). Woot - Chicago knows how to rock the hot dog! ;-)

Read the article here.

Also from the article:

Fun Frankfurter Facts
-- Americans will enjoy 150 million hot dogs on July 4th alone and
consume more than 2 billion hot dogs during the rest of the month with
the summer's total at 7 billion.
-- Vienna Beef produces 750,000 hot dogs a day, using 60,000 pounds of
beef per day.
-- Chicago is home to 1,800 hot dog stands serving Vienna Beef - totaling
more than the top five major fast food chain outlets in Chicago
-- Chicago ranked No. 4 on the list of the top 10 US Hot Dog Eating
Cities in 2003.
-- The Chicago-style hot dog dates back to 1893 when two young immigrants
brought their frankfurter recipe from Austria-Hungary to Chicago's
World's Fair/Columbian Exposition. The newfangled hot dog sandwich
quickly became Chicago's favorite treat. It wasn't long before the
entire country discovered Vienna.
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celebrate!!!11!!!!sldkjf [01 Jul 2004|09:01am]

[ mood | excited ]


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mmm!1!!!1 [28 Jun 2004|10:44pm]

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History of the Hot Dog [24 Jun 2004|10:46pm]

[ mood | amused ]

Few foods hold the cultural significance of the great American hot dog. From ballparks to airports
to home kitchens, hot dogs are one of America’s favorite foods.
5000 B.C. - First recorded history of a primitive version of the sausage made and consumed by
early meat eaters.
Much like Einstein split the atom, the sausage is divided into links. The skinless
sausage makes its first appearance soon after.
The phrase “It’s a dog-eat-dog world” is coined.
The frankfurter is born when a butchers’ guild in Frankfurt, Germany introduces a
spiced and smoked sausage packed in a thin, almost transparent casing.
Frankfurters are sold from pushcarts in New York City.
German immigrant Charles Feltman serves hot sausages in a roll from his pushcart on
Coney Island.
Harry Mozley Stevens, a concessionaire at the New York Polo Grounds, sells hot
“dachshund sausages” by having his vendors yell, “Get your dachshund sausages while they’re red hot!”
Sports cartoonist Tad Dorgan was nearing his deadline and desperate for an idea.
Hearing the above vendors, he hastily drew a cartoon of barking dachshund sausages
nestled warmly in rolls. Not sure how to spell “dachshund” he simply wrote “hot dog!”
The cartoon was a sensation, and the term “hot dog” was born.
Antoine Ludwig Feutchwanger, a concessionaire at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition,
distributes white gloves to his customers so they can eat his hot sausages without
burning their fingers. When his gloves are not returned, he consults a baker who
creates a bun for the sausage.
Unable to spell “Dachshund,” syndicated Hearst newspaper cartoonist Tad Dorgan
coins the term “hot dog.”
Coney Island Chamber of Commerce bans the term “hot dog” because of the fear that
people would think they were actually made from dogs.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt serves hot dogs and beer to King George VI of
England. Frankfurter is appointed to the Supreme Court by President Roosevelt,
which prompts the hamburger to hunger for revenge.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce designates the month of July as National Hot Dog
Month. Queen Elizabeth II serves hot dogs at a royal banquet held for the American
Bar Association.
Wienerschnitzel opens its first hot dog restaurant in Wilmington, California.
Prince Charles and Princess Anne attend a cookout at Camp David where hot dogs are
Mrs. Jimmy Carter serves hot dogs at a White House picnic. 1987
Frankfurt celebrates the “official” 500th birthday of the hot dog.
Mile High Stadium in Denver, Colorado, sets the record for the most hot dogs sold at a
single location with 2.3 million hot dogs and bratwurst.
Approximately 17 billion hot dogs are eaten in the United States, about 75 for every
man, woman, and child.

taken from:
wienerschnitzel dot com
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chicago style hotdogs rule; your hotdogs drool! [12 Jun 2004|12:27pm]

[ mood | hungry ]

As part of my supper last night, I had a chicago style hotdog. It seems funny for me to call them that, since that is really the only way that i've ever known to eat a dog. (Although, i'm also highly partial to chili dogs with cheese and onions). The way I like my dog:
hot dog, relish, onion, mustard, hot peppers, tomato, cucumber, pickle, celery salt, on a bun! I ate at my fave hot dog/italian beef restaurant last night - PORTILLO'S. There is one in every suburb of chicago, and they've even licensed their name to be used in Japan. Go Go Portillo's.

Chicago style dogs were even discussed on the BBC website: CLICK ME!

I love my nitrite-cicles buried in vegetables!

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[11 Jun 2004|04:12pm]

its friday
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[23 May 2004|08:36pm]

How ya like it daddy?
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hot.diggity.dog [20 May 2004|11:39pm]

because we l.o.v.e hot dogs sosososo much...anytime we see a sign or a stand or a condiment or anything really that has to do with hot dogs...we're compelled to take a picture of it to share with you. and you all, being the hot dog lovers you are, should be out there doing the same.

dont let those hot-dog-stand-photo-opportunities pass you by!

sign at hound dogs at desert ridge

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[06 May 2004|12:16am]

[ mood | amused ]

sooo a few weeks ago lee-ann and i bid on a fabulous beanie baby type thing of the oscar mayer wiener-mobile on ebay and obviously won. it likes to hang out in her car and as you can see, they've become quite close...

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[05 May 2004|05:01pm]

WOW whos a loser...im the loser
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I'm hungry.. [20 Apr 2004|02:26am]
[ mood | amused ]

Look at me i joined and now i really want a octodog!

P.s. I would have joined sooner but it..uh.. kinda slipped my mind.. teehee..


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