Skip to comments.Rejoice, the Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating contest is still happening. Here are the facts
Posted on 07/02/2020 10:20:58 AM PDT by C19fan
If you thought a mere global pandemic was going to stop one of the most important sporting events of the year, my friend, you were QUITE WRONG. The Nathan's Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest (they should go for a longer name) will go down this Saturday, July the 4th, at noon on ESPN. Joey Chestnut, who is likely the only hot dog eating human being you know by name, will be there. Matt Stonie, the only man who has beaten him in the last 13 years, will not, since he didn't arrive in New York in time to quarantine for the full 14 days per the state's rules.
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It’ll happen unless some BLM and Antifa marauders show up.
I never sausage a thing!................
Why bother entering? The fix is in for Anderson Cooper.
Nathans Hot Dogs are owned by the chicoms now. No, Im not a fan of those snappy dogs either. Too chewy. I like em soft like how they are at the ballpark.
Got hotdogs for tonight, and hot sauce to put on them. I grew up in Rochester, NY, and there used to be a restaurant called “Don & Bob’s.” They sold white hots, red hots, ground rounds, fries, onion rings...all sorts of stuff. You put your order in, and waited for it to be up. It didn’t take long because they were always busy, and always had dogs and burgers ready on the grill. They made their own hot sauce. When I moved away, I used to make sure I stopped there to buy a quart of it to go, then I’d split it up in plastic containers, and freeze it. The place closed down many years ago, but someone was kind enough to put the recipe in the Rochester newspaper, and my sister cut it out and sent it to me. I now make my own, using that recipe. This is the last container of sauce I had in my freezer, so I’ll be making another batch very soon.
Jay’s original with their chili,onions and mustard is da bomb!
Where’s Jay’s located?
Thanks...been through Ohio on my way to visit my son in Indiana, but have only stopped overnight on the way out, usually in Altamont.
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