Hot Dog Quiz
by Staff
What's more American than a good old-fashioned hot dog? Find out how much you know about this summer favorite with our hot dog quiz. Pass the mustard and let's get started.

When it first came to the United States, the hot dog was also known as what?

  • dachshund sausage
  • bratwurst
  • bavarian sausage

Reportedly, the first hot dogs sold in Coney Island were sold by which of these men?

  • Nathan Handwerker
  • Taylor Davis
  • Charles Feltman

Which U.S. president served hot dogs to the King of England during his visit to New York?

  • Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • William Taft
  • Rutherford B. Hayes

What “it girl” of the silent film era was discovered while working at Nathan’s hot dog stand in Coney Island?

  • Louise Brooks
  • Mary Pickford
  • Clara Bow

"Cachorro quente” means “hot dog” in what language?

  • Spanish
  • Portuguese
  • Italian

Travelers to which United States airport consume the most hot dogs each year?

  • Chicago
  • Los Angeles
  • New York

Americans eat about how many hot dogs each Fourth of July?

  • 300 million
  • 75 million
  • 150 million

According to legend, which athlete once ate 24 hot dogs between games during a double header?

  • Babe Ruth
  • Joe DiMaggio
  • Mickey Mantle

What "style" of hot dog includes the following: yellow mustard, green relish, chopped raw onion, tomato slices and celery salt?

  • New York
  • Chicago
  • Detroit

Which New York landmark is also the most expensive place to sell hot dogs?

  • Yankee Stadium
  • Times Square
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art