Wiener Nation: Re-imagining the Hot Dog



When it comes to processed meats, the lowly hot dog is often dismissed as kids’ food, or a ballpark trifle. But inside their casings, these iconic sausages represent the history of American immigration, innovation and ideology. This hour, we’ll bite into hot dog culture and explore the paradox of this communal-yet-individual food, its proprietors, and its delicious mythology.


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  • Tyrone Jackson

    There is a hot dog chain in America called “wienerschnitzel”. It is very popular on the West Coast.