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Post by Paul Sun 16 Jul 2023, 3:21 pm

JULY 19


National Hot Dog Day
When we think of summer, hot dogs come to mind almost immediately

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When we think of summer, hot dogs come to mind almost immediately. It’s just part of the overall experience. A summer day at the amusement park or at a baseball stadium pairs nicely with a hot dog (or tofu dog, for those of you who prefer a meatless version). Hot dogs don’t have to be made with meat, and anyone can enjoy the age old American favorite food any time of year. Sure, hot dogs can be purchased and enjoyed at any time of the year, however on July 19 is absolutely the day we hold them in the highest regard.

When is National Hot Dog Day 2023?

Hot-diggity-dog! ‘Relish’ in this savory favorite on National Hot Dog Day on the third Wednesday in July.


History of National Hot Dog Day

You should know some solid trivia about hot dogs, including knowing that the term itself was derived in the 19th century, at a time when German immigrants brought their own culinary traditions with them to the new world. It’s believed they brought to New York America’s first hot dogs, originally referred to as a dachshund sausage — for their long shape that resembled the beloved dachshund pups. Around 1870, Charles Feltman, a German immigrant, began to sell hot dogs out of a stand on Coney Island. He sold over 3,600 frankfurters in a bun that year alone.

While we cannot be completely sure how or even when National Hot Dog Day was created, we do know that the day was created as a nod to National Hot Dog Month in July by the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council to highlight this fan favorite. Hot dogs became a household name in the late 19th century when casual food lover and baseball team owner of the St. Louis Browns — better known to some as the Baltimore Orioles — Chris Von de Ahe brought the two together at his own amusement park.

Celebrating this day is fairly straightforward — just make your hot dog your way, and enjoy it however you’d like! Honestly, in the Dog Days of Summer, who doesn’t like a hot dog with all their favorite fixings?

Some take hot dogs beyond food form. There are also Weiner dog races and other relative, inclusive festivals to consider. We very strongly encourage you to indulge away!




National Hot Dog Day Around the World


Country Holiday Occasion Date


Sweden Waffle Day A chance for the Swedish to celebrate their beloved waffles. March 25

New Zealand National Chocolate Fish Day That sacred day when New Zealanders eat a chocolate fish. Yep, it's really a thing. May 11

South Korea Black Day Black day is for single people in Korea and they celebrate by eating black noodles. April 14

Germany National Soup Day As the winter begins to set in, our friends in Germany get warmed up with a bowl of soup. November 19

Australia National Marshmallow Day A day for our Australian friends to enjoy some toasted marshmallows and a cup of hot cocoa. May 18

National Hot Dog Day Traditions

Frank-furter-ly speaking, every day is Hot Dog Day. Filling and delicious, the beloved food is enjoyed any time of the day. Common traditions on National Hot Dog Day include firing up the grill to cook hot dogs outdoors with friends and family and topping your hot dogs with your choice of condiments.

Hot dog eating contests are another popular way to celebrate the day. Special deals on hot dogs are also offered by many eateries and retail stores, and you’ll find longer-than-usual queues near hot dog vendors.

National Hot Dog Day By The Numbers

7 billion – the estimated number of hot dogs consumed by Americans from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
150 million – the number of hot dogs consumed during the Fourth of July holiday.
20.4 million – the number of hot dogs eaten by baseball fans at major-league ballparks during the season.
350 million pounds – the amount of hot dogs purchased from retail stores by Americans.
20 billion – the number of hot dogs consumed by Americans in a year.
70 – the average number of hot dogs consumed per person each year in America.
95% – the percentage of homes in the United States that consume hot dogs.
15% – the percentage of hot dogs purchased from street vendors
9% – the percentage of hot dogs purchased at ballparks.
1900 – the year when the term ‘hot dog’ first appeared in print in “The Oxford English Dictionary.”

National Hot Dog Day Activities


   Have your hotdog your way

   There are plenty of ways to enjoy a good hot dog. Seriously, the only rule of the day is to make your favorite hot dog your way, as many times as you like. That means, you can have beef, turkey, or tofu, with mustard, relish, ketchup. Grill it, boil it, or put it in the microwave. Outside feedback or input isn’t required...your preferences dictate your enjoyment.

   Hot dog parties are a thing

   Did you know that you can celebrate National Hot Dog Day with a party? Yes, it is true. Throw a festival or a small-level soiree with your favorite hot dog. You already know that we like a good party, so throwing one in honor of our favorite foods is an idea we absolutely endorse.

   Get a ball park frank

   Hot dogs have long been paired with baseball games. So, if you find yourself in a baseball stadium that day, we’d strongly encourage you to enjoy one with the game.

5 Facts About Hot Dog Day That Will Blow Your Mind


   7-Eleven Sells millions a year

   In 2014 alone, 7-Eleven sold well over 60 million hot dogs in their store and in 2017, the store chain sold over 100 million hot dogs.

   Condiments make a hot dog thrive

   Of all the toppings you can add to a hot dog, mustard comes in first as the most popular hot dog condiment, followed by ketchup and chili, respectively.

   Sports and hot dogs go together

   Over 26 million hot dogs are sold annually at baseball stadiums in the United States, one of America’s favorite past times.

   A street vendor favorite

   From New York City, to Chicago, to Philadelphia, you can find a hot dog on most street corners.

   Independence Day

   On this summer holiday, over 155 million hot dogs are reportedly consumed.

Why We Love National Hot Dog Day

   They are a testament to American innovation

   While the deep origins of the hot dog can be traced back to either Frankfurt or Vienna (we’ll let them slog it out for the title of true originator), the American hot dog dates back to the 1860’s, when German immigrants started selling them from stands in New York City. Splash of ketchup here, little bit of mustard there, and you’ve got the birth of the American hot dog.

   They offer endless variety

   In the mood for an all-beef Chicago dog loaded with toppings on a poppy seed roll? Or are you more of a Texa Chili Dog kind of person? Perhaps the basic, original New York dog is all you’re looking for. Regardless, wherever you are in the country, you can try a unique variation on this once-German/Austrian (whoever you want to believe) tradition.

   Anyone can cook a great hot dog

   If you need a quick and easy meal this summer, look no further. Boil them, grill them, heck, eat ’em cold as long as they’re precooked. It’s the simplicity and affordability that makes them such a great summer snack. Who wants to stress over what to cook anyway?
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