KET, my public TV station has been running trailers for a hot dog documentary. It airs again in Kentucky, Monday, February 9 at 10 PM (on KET 2). I cannot remember if I've seen this or if I'm remembering a hot dog show I saw on The Food Network.
Anyhow, I'm glad to see Lone Star started a forum for it. The documentary name is "A Hot Dog Program" and it was released in 1996. Below is a program description from KET's Web site:A Hot Dog Program
This documentary is an all-American celebration of what may be the country's most popular food. From Fairfield, Connecticut, to Los Angeles, California, the program visits some of the nation's coolest hot dog places, taking viewers inside a giant hot dog-shaped building, stopping at some crazy late-night stands and looking at how hot dogs are made. The special also considers how and when hot dogs became so popular — and surveys the toppings that go on them.
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I know more about hot dogs now (thanks to Roadfood.com), so the program might be more meaningful. I plan to watch after a late supper of Nathan's spicy all beef franks with the works.