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Hot dogs

A snack seen at baseball games, racetracks, or your backyard barbecue, hot dogs are one of the most popular foods in America. Every hour 1.88 million hot dogs are produced in the United States. On average, every person in the United States eats about 1.2 hot dogs every week. There aren’t many foods that were invented in America, but the hot dog is one of them. It’s very similar to the sausage that comes from Germany. When did the sausage come to America? How did the sausage become the hot dog? Where did the name “hot dog” come from?

In the 1880s, a mane named Charles Feltman moved to America from Frankfurt, Germany. Shortly after he came to America, Feltman sold cold pies fro a food cart in Coney Island, New York. But Feltman had competition. He wasn’t’ selling many pies because people preferred to eat in the hotels and restaurants, where they could sit down to eat heated food. Feltman’s friends suggested that he sell hot foods, because people might like something warm to eat even if they were too busy to sit down.

Feltman decided to see something people ate in his old hometown called the frankfurter. He made one important change, though. People in Germany usually ate frankfurters from a plate with a fork. Feltman put the sausage on a bun, covered it with mustard, and offered sauerkraut with it. He called it the “frankfurter sandwich.” People loved Feltman’s new creation, and the frankfurter sandwich became very popular. Feltman’s businesses grew quickly. Soon, he was able to open his own restaurant.

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When did people start calling the frankfurter sandwich a hot dog? At first Feltman’s invention was known by many names. People called the frankfurter sandwiches “franks,” or “red-hots”, or “wieners.”

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One day in 1916, a cartoonist named tad Dorgan was at a baseball game. He heard the frankfurter sellers yelling, “Get your red-hot dachshund sausages!” This gave Dorgan an idea for a new cartoon. Dachshunds are long skinny dogs with short legs.

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They are shaped very much like a sausage. Dorgan didn’t know how to spell the name of the dog, so when drew the sausage seller, he made him yell, “get your hot dogs!” the name stuck, and now most people know Charles Feltman’s frankfurter sandwich as the “hot dog.”

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  • Jessie
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    9 年前
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    熱狗是一種到棒球比賽,賽馬場,或你的後院燒烤的小吃.每隔一小時 188萬熱狗都產自美國。平均而言,每個人在美國每週吃約 1.2個熱狗.在美國不會有太多的食物發明,但熱狗就是其中之一。這非常類似於香腸來自德國。香腸是什麼時候來到美國?怎麼變成香腸熱狗?凡這個名字“熱狗”從何而來?

    在19世紀 80年代,一個名叫查爾斯 Feltman從德國法蘭克福轉搬到美國,他來到美國不久後,在紐約康尼島用食品車來賣冷餡餅。但Feltman有許多競爭。他'沒有賣很多種餡餅,因為許多人寧願在飯店和餐館吃,在那裡他們可以坐下來吃熱食物。 Feltman的朋友建議他賣熱食,因為人們可能會喜歡吃溫的東西,即使他們也無暇坐下。Feltman決定嘗試銷售他老家的香腸。但他做了一個重要的變化。通常人們在德國用叉子吃香腸。 Feltman把香腸放麵包上,覆蓋芥菜和酸菜。他把它稱為“法蘭克福三明治。”人們喜愛 Feltman新的創造,而法蘭克福三明治變得非常受歡迎。 Feltman的業務增長迅速。不久,他就能夠自己開的餐廳。ListenFeltman juédìng jiāng kàn dào yīxiē rén chī le tā de lǎojiā jiào fǎlánkèfú. Tā fàn le yīgè zhòngyào de biànhuà, dàn. Tōngcháng rénmen zài déguó fǎlánkèfú de yī pán chī yòng chāzi. Feltman bǎ xiāngcháng shàng yī bāo, fùgài tā yǔ jiècài, bìng tíchū le suāncài tā. Tā bǎ tā chēng wèi “fǎlánkèfú sānmíngzhì.” Rénmen xǐài Feltman de xīn de chuàngzào, ér fǎlánkèfú sānmíngzhì biàn de fēicháng shòu huānyíng. Feltman de yèwù zēngzhǎng xùnsù. Bùjiǔ, tā jiù nénggòu zìjǐ kāi de cāntīng.Dictionary - View detailed dictionary人們什麼時候開始叫法蘭克福三明治為熱狗?起初Feltman的發明有許多名字。人們稱法蘭克福三明治“”大熱狗或“紅熱狗”,或“香腸。”

    在1916年的有一天,被命名為多根的漫畫家去看棒球比賽。他聽到香腸小販大喊,“熱的達克斯香腸!”這給了多根一個新的漫畫主意。因為

    臘腸犬是細長的腿短狗。

    臘腸犬形狀很像一根香腸。多根不知道如何拼寫的名稱狗,所以他要求小販來

    又使他大叫,“買熱狗!”因此現在大多數人都知道查爾斯 Feltman的法蘭克福香腸三明治為“熱狗“。

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