You have to have seen it to believe it. Feltman's of Coney Island recently set out to set a Guinness world record for the world's largest hot dog – and this Frank is a heavyweight. With a weight of 23 kilograms and a length of over 2 meters, it is an unforgettable sight … and could make you a little nauseous. Owner Michael Quinn joked in an interview with WPIX11 New York that a crane would replace the pliers normally used to turn over the ginormous hot dog.
But this artifact is more than just a piece of meat. Not only does Feltman have a record in mind with his two-foot masterpiece sitting on a five-foot bread roll, but also that the proceeds from the hot dog benefit a good cause. After the dog was officially measured and weighed for the record books on Wednesday, June 26, the hotdogs were cut into smaller portions sold for $ 1
If someone is ready to break the record, it's Feltman. The facility is credited with having given Coney Island in 1867 its very first hot dog. (A world without hot dogs is hard to imagine.) But the Pub enjoyed the opportunity to hire Michael's restaurant in Brooklyn to make bread rolls, while Union Pork Store in Union, NJ, prepared the smoked meat that Quinn calls "Jacuzzi "Designated. (Uh, ok …)
Per Feltman's Facebook post, the measurements of the hotdog were sent to the Guinness Book of Records for official review; Their decision is expected to be announced in the next 3 months. Other Hot Dog Vendors and Specialists: It's Time to Make Ketchup with the Competition.