NEW YORK (WLNY) — If they really wanted to make the Coney Island hot dog eating contest interesting, they’d force the contestants to eat a few of these.
The world’s largest hot dog stopped by The Couch for some Fourth of July fun.
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The Guinness World Record Book lists it as the “largest commercially available hot dog.” It’s actually called “The Big Hot Dog” and is 16 inches long, four inches in diameter — and weighs seven pounds.
It’s made of 100 percent beef and pork.
The History Channel featured it on its “Modern Marvels: Supersized Foods” episode. The product is served in burger-style slices, and each dog boasts about 40 servings.
You can order your own at Gorilla Tango Novelty Meats for $99.