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    What is the difference between hot dogs, franks, and wieners?

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Here are some friends with simlar question as we.And I have this question for many days,anyone help us?
Kitty said: Yes.What is the difference between hot dogs, franks, and wieners?-I try seach this on internet but no results found.Maybe this is a stupid question.
Mike said: oh,no,you are wrong.I have found as below for this question(What is the difference between hot dogs, franks, and wieners?),it will help you,my kids.

Hot dogs are eaten at picnics.

Frank still has his hot dog.

Wieners are what little boys have.

Other Answers:
the area of the country you live in.
Parts is parts is parts....UGH!
NONE---It's only a name and who serves it...
The name hot dog is generally attributed to sports cartoonist T. A. "Tad" Dorgan, who caricatured German figures as dachshund dogs just after the turn of the 19th century.The term frankfurter may refer to a sausage as made in Frankfurt. German Americans brought us weinerwurst, German for Vienna sausage, which eventually shortened to wiener.

Hot Dog Style Glossary
CHICAGO DOGS: yellow mustard, dark green relish, chopped raw onions, tomato slices, celery salt and a poppy seed bun
KANSAS CITY DOGS: sauerkraut and melted Swiss cheese on a sesame seed bun
NEW YORK CITY DOGS: steamed onions and pale yellow mustard sauce
CONEY ISLAND DOGS: topped with a spicy meat mixture
SOUTHERN SLAW DOGS: with coleslaw
CORN DOGS: placed on a stick, dipped in corn bread batter and deep-fried
TEX-MEX DOGS: salsa, Monterey Jack cheese and chopped jalapenos
PIGS IN A BLANKET: wrapped in pastry and baked
BALTIMORE FRIZZLED: split and deep-fried
LILLIES short for LILLIPUTIANS: also commonly called cocktail-size, usually served as an appetizer in a sauce
To me, "hot dog" is just the name for a european-style sausage served in a bun - so it could be made with either a frankfurter or a wiener. Don't know what the difference between the two sausages is, as I have only tried frankfurters. Originally one would be from Frankfurt and one from Vienna, I guess.
A hot dog has been outside in the summer sun too long, let him come inside.
Frank is my uncle and it is also when you are being honest and straightforward.
A weiner is a schnitzel and it is also found in a male's pants or just hanging from a male animal.
The Dictionary of a Twisted Mind
The spelling.

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