Awesome Hot Dogs

Levitating Hot Dog Cooker

Levitating Hot Dog Cooker

Inspired by science instructor Bruce Yeany, YouTuber NightHawkInLight wanted to see if he could cook a hot dog while it floated in the air. NightHawk improved on Yeany’s compressed air levitation, using a nichrome and copper coil to heat his wiener instead of a blowtorch.

Pop Culture Sausages

Pop Culture Sausages

Erik Vernieuwe and Kris De Smedt of BURP love to play with their food. They especially enjoy a good wiener. Their Instagram feed is loaded with hilarious scenes featuring hot dogs, sausages, and pickles posed as characters and scenes from pop culture. Our favorite photo is of the Grady twins from Kubrick’s The Shining.

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Opera Mayer

Opera Mayer

When the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile turned up in Memphis, Tennessee, members of Opera Memphis decided to pay tribute to the iconic hot dog on wheels by singing a grand operatic rendition of the brand’s familiar jingle. That’s tenor Dane Suarez and baritone Jake Stamatis, conducted by Michael Sakir.

Oscar Mayer Wienerfleet

Oscar Mayer Wienerfleet

To get the word out about their new artificial preservative-free hot dog recipe, Oscar Mayer expanded its wiener-shaped vehicle fleet. The WienerCycle is a three-wheel moped with a hot dog warmer sidecar, and the WienerDrone can deliver hot dogs via the air.

RC Mini Wiener Rover

RC Mini Wiener Rover

A smaller version of the off-roading remote controlled Wienermobile. The Mini Wiener Rover goes up to 30mph and has room for two hot dogs in its 22.5″ long and 11″ tall body. Oscar Mayer is selling only 15 units a day on Twitter until 12/4/15.

The Wiener Rover

The Wiener Rover

To celebrate National Hot Dog day, Oscar Mayer created a very special version of its iconic Wienermobile – a 43″ long R/C vehicle that can go off-road and delivers a payload of hot dogs to hungry recipients. When can we buy one?

Giant Bratwurst Bridge Jump

Giant Bratwurst Bridge Jump

Conan O’Brien is in Chicago this week, and kicked things off with a bang by launching a 10-foot bratwurst over the Chicago River. Why? Why the heck not? Jump to 2:25 to cut to the chase.

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