Posted by: Orlick | July 3, 2008

Coney Island Hot Dog Week – Stacking the Dogs

I met a new friend this week from Nathans Corporate. He is an expert at everything Nathans. One of his main jobs is going around to different Nathans restaurants and making sure everything is up to par with the expectations of the Nathans brand. What a great job!

Mike showed me the proper way to stack and count how many hot dogs are eaten in a big competition. It’s too inaccurate to try and count every single dog eaten when people are eating 12 hot dogs in a minute. Through decades of research, here is what they came up with:

5 dogs

The 5 dog stack. This allows them to count by five how many hot dogs they’ve eaten. Genius.

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  1. […] It’s too inaccurate to try and count every single dog eaten when people are eating 1 Source: http://iwantmorefood.com/2008/07/03/coney-island-hot-dog-week-stacking-the-dogs/ Jul 04, 2008 | | Dog […]

  2. This is just about the most awesome hot dog eating insider information I have ever read.

  3. You know it. Next year it’s my goal to work the contest.


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