Friday, April 6, 2012

Do you know your Hot Dogs trivia?
The State Café & Catering Restaurant The world’s biggest Hot Dogs was 1,996 feet long, created by Sara Lee Corp. in honor of the 1996 Olympics. A 1,983 foot Hot Dogs was made in May 1983 by Bill-Mar Foods of Zeeland, Wis. A 2,377-foot chicken dog was made in 1985 by Maple Lodge Farms in Norval, Canada. In 1978, David Berg of Chicago made a six-foot, 681-pound beef Hot Dogs in a 100-pound poppy seed bun covered with two gallons of mustard.

The most popular Hot Dogs topping among adults is mustard (87.6%). Among children, it is ketchup.