It's kind of funny how our favorite tiny hamster looks exactly like Kobayashi, the famous competitive eater, while mowing down hot dogs. They're using the same method! The hamster looks much cuter though. Much cuter.
Candlestick's out and Levi's Stadium has been officially christened as the new home of the San Francisco 49ers. The brand-spanking-new site is all kinds of wired up and ready to receive upwards of 70,000 smartphone-wielding fans. I went behind the scenes to see how the tech has come together. Are you ready for…
After the steaks, chops, breasts, ribs, thighs, hams, tenderloins and briskets are removed, there's a fair amount of gristle, fat and offal remaining on a butchered animal, and early on, people realized this could be put to good use. One of these products is the hot dog, a classic of pre-cooked, processed meat.
Tornado hot dogs are the biggest thing since spiral cut ham on sliced bread. By carving a groove into the link around a meaty central core, the dog not only cooks faster with crispy edges but it also holds more condiments and prevents them from slopping out with each bite. The Cyclone hot dog slicer prepares these…
Do you hear that? That cheering off in the distance? That's the sound of a million amateur chefs celebrating the fact that they no longer have to spend several minutes dicing hot dogs for their casseroles, easy meatloaf, or awful jello moulds. Because the Dog Dicer can turn a hot dog into a pile of diced processed…
Scientists have detected millions of previously hidden supermassive black holes surrounding us, some of them busily eating a thousand of newly discovered "extremely bright and extremely rare" galaxies called hot DOGs (Dust-Obscured Galaxies). Astronomy is fun!
Life is wondrous, my friends. How can we not be elated to have the privilege of experiencing this astonishing planet and all the marvels that it contains? Perhaps you aren't sure? It's fine. Behold, the spiral hot dog. Spellbound.
Nitrates in hot dogs have had a menacing reputation since the '70s, and doctors are constantly telling us to drink coffee in moderation. But I have excellent news to report today: hot dogs don't seem to cause cancer and coffee can actually protect you from it.
Hot dogs. Juicy, succulent, mouth savoring meat. A pink mixed mash of deliciousness. See hot dog, want hot dog, eat hot dog. That's what I think, at least. I might have to think twice though. Some truly disgusting stuff is sometimes found in a hotdiggity.
A new release by the non-profit Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine says the processed meat in hot dogs carries a cancer risk on par with cigarettes, USA Today reports. True? Well, there's something you should know about the PCRM first.
You, my friend, are eating a sad hot dog. Why? Cause if you're not using the Happy Hot Dog Man to make the perfect cuts and slices to turns your dog into a little human character, you're doing it wrong.
What I would give to wrap my legs around a big purple sausage...oh sorry, you just caught me daydreaming about Nienke Klunder's rocking hot dog sculpture. Isn't it fantastic? Apparently eight were made from fiberglass, aluminium, leather, maple wood and chrome; the purposes of which are unknown. [Nienke Klunder via …
Not quite a true tube steak, not quite a hot dog, the Ham Dogger does one thing and one thing only—it molds your hamburger meat into a hot dog shape. But that's not as stupid as it sounds.
While I've always preferred encapsulating my hot dogs in a black crust of carcinogens prior to ingestion, there are others of you who prefer a slow roasted wiener...preferably involving a spaceship in some way.
I love convergence when it comes to gadgets—especially when food is involved. If you agree, feast your eyes on this 4-in-1 Hot Dog Maker. As the name implies, it will cook your hot dogs—but it doesn't stop there. It can also make popcorn, boil eggs, warm your buns, and steam your foodstuffs. Are you clutching your…
Evil Mad Scientist's disclaimer that this little project "just isn't safe" kind of lowballs the danger level involved, since you're basically plugging your hot dog directly into a power outlet.