hot dog

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someone who performs dangerous stunts to attract attention to himself

Synonyms

a smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or pork usually smoked

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Eight stalls: Astrid Raadschelders in front of her original German Frankfurter Sausage stall in the German Market in Birmingham
Number one: You couldn't buy a famous Frankfurter sausage after a few beers for love nor money anywhere.
The Schiller Panino contains frankfurter sausage, cheese, onions, German mustard and whisky while the Wu Wu Panino boasts frankfurter, pancetta, ketchup and rum.
A STATUE has been erected in Frankfurt in memory of German Johann Georg Lahner, the man who invented the Frankfurter sausage in 1805.
A A BUTCHER from Frankfurt who owned a dachshund named the long frankfurter sausage after his dog.
According to latest lab tests results, Umamix can help decrease sodium by 45% in hamburgers and meatballs, and by 33% in frankfurter sausages, without affecting the taste of the final product.
Scientists in Brazil investigated the effects of salt substitutes on the textural, microstructural and sensory properties of low-cost frankfurter sausages produced using mechanically deboned poultry meat (MDPM).
Witch's hair and worms 1 packet of spaghetti Black and green food colouring Baby Frankfurter sausages Whole black peppercorns 1 Cook the spaghetti according to pack instructions and then split between two plastic boxes.
Stars have been posting selfies of their thighs, even though pranksters often substitute frankfurter sausages for the sun-kissed limbs.
cut into thick slices and halved 150g frankfurter sausages, cut into 2cm pieces 150g pork mince 100g firm tofu, cut into 1cm chunks 8 garlic cloves, crushed 3tbsp gochujang (Korean red chilli paste) 2tbsp gochugaru (Korean red chilli powder) 8 spring onions, shredded Handful of glass noodles or rice noodles, soaked as instructions on the packet 500ml chicken or pork stock, plus a little extra if necessary Flaked sea salt Freshly ground black pepper Rice or chips, for serving METHOD HEAT the oil in a wok or a large frying pan.
1/2 tin mug of unsmoked bacon lardons (1 x 100g packet) 3 large onions, peeled, halved and sliced 8 medium waxy potatoes, scrubbed or peeled 12 frankfurter sausages A couple of bay leaves Sea salt and black pepper 1 tin mug of chicken stock DIRECTIONS Heat a large saucepan or casserole over a medium heat, add the lardons and fry in the rendered fat until golden.