National Corn Dog Day 19 March 2022

While no one knows for sure who originated the corn dog, one thing is certain: it’s about as American as culinary items go. Cornmeal was a staple of Native American diets, and hot dogs are a German classic adapted for the American market. The combination of these components resulted in the production of an item that controlled a significant portion of 20th-century grab-and-go food sales and established a cultural icon in the process. National Corn Dog Day is celebrated on March 19th to honour the iconic status of the corn dog.

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Coney Island may not have been the birthplace of maize, but there are plenty of them here! All of the hot dog stands may be found on the pier.

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The attraction of the corn dog transcends economic barriers; you’ll be hard pressed to find a group of people who aren’t fans of the corn dog.
It’s a universal truth that if anything can be eaten on a stick, it should be eaten on a stick.

Salads have their place in the world, but corn dogs are the way to go when you want something to stick to your ribs.

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