Hot dogs

We guess you're going to have to go elsewhere to get your daily dose of maltodextrin, metal fragments and human DNA.
A Volkswagon Bus that vaguely resembles the shape of a plump hot dog will be giving out free frankfurters every weekend in Brooklyn Bridge Park this summer.
Hot dogs, as you know, are not supposed to have bones.
No one's gotten injured or ill from the tainted dogs yet.
Some of these delicious dogs have been pleasing New Yorkers for decades, but there are a few excellent newcomers here as well.
Unlike some other hot dogs with eggs options, there aren't any actual hot dogs in most of them.
Feltman's will reopen on the site of its former glory at Surf Avenue and West 10th.
And 32 cent Papaya Tropical Drinks, too.
Until this news, there was only one remaining frankfurter stand in NYC.
The legendary Feltman's of Coney Island Red Hot,now available on a china plate in the East Village.
Joey Chestnut somehow stuffed 70 hot dogs and buns into his stomach because America is God's favorite child.
The hot dog operation will open an outpost in Downtown Brooklyn this Friday, its first outside Manhattan after closing a Long Island brand a decade ago.
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