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Wiener Wiener Wiener

Wiener, Wiener, Wiener Hotdogs. Armour Hotdogs. What kinds of kids eat Armour hotdogs? Short kids, fat kids, and tall kids too! They all love Armour hotdogs. There are many hotdog companies around the world and people from all around the world love hotdogs. Hotdogs are made in many different ways and many different people eat hotdogs. Hotdogs are one of the oldest forms of processed foods in the world. It was said to have originated in Frankfurt, Germany. In 1984, Frankfurt celebrated the 500th birthday of the original hotdog that was a frankfurter. The frankfurter was made in 1484. Austria says that the hotdog or “wiener” was started in Vienna. Hotdogs came to America from all over Europe. In 1871, Charles Feltman opened Coney Island’s first Hotdog stand. It sold over 3,000 hotdogs in one day. The Hotdog came to baseball stadiums in 1893. A man in St. Louis who was a bartender and a baseball team owner brought hotdogs to one of the games and people loved it. The current shape of the hotdog was made in 1904. A man by the name of Anton Feuchtwanger was a hotdog seller. When he sold hotdogs he gave the costumers a white glove to hold the hotdog in while they were eating. They were to return the glove back to him when they were done. Most of the gloves weren’t returned so he lost more money buying the gloves instead of people buying hotdogs. Anton then went to his brother who was a baker and he came up with the hotdog bun. The name “hotdog” was first coined in 1906 in New York City. Harry Stevens during the month of April was about to go out of business from selling ice cream from vending machines. He went out and bought all the dachshunds that was available and started selling them. At the same time a cartoonist by the name of Ted Dorgan was nearing his deadline for a comic. He heard the venders saying,” Get your red-hot dachshunds. Get them while they are hot.” This gave him the i...

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