A hot dog was a food item consisting of a cooked sausage served in a long, partially sliced bun, usually with condiments such as mustard and relish.[1]

On 6 December 1926, Porpentina Goldstein ate a hot dog while attending a rally of the New Salem Philanthropic Society on the steps of Steen National Bank in New York.[2]

Tina also considered preparing a hot dog for dinner that evening, something her sister Queenie noticed using Legilimency.[3]


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