The history of New York's hot dogs
• The history of the New York hotdog
Sellers of hot dogs first appeared in New York over a century ago, and over the years their products remained consistently popular, taking advantage of the demand, regardless of whether it is a classic hot dog or its "modernized" version.
Seller of hot dogs on the streets of New York City, about 1910. Price hot dog was 3 cents, two pieces gave 5 cents.
Hot Dog Shack-cago or "Chicago". Ingredients: beef, potatoes, bun, mustard, onions, cucumber, tomato, pepper and salt.
Photo founded in 1916 diner Hendverkera Nathan "Nathan's" was made in 1922. It sold hot dogs twice cheaper than the competition.
So today looks like a hot dog from "Nathan's".
Hot dogs from "Asia Dog", popular eateries, decorate kimchi, scallions, sesame seeds and other non-traditional fillers.
In October 1957, Mayor Robert Wagner, in the photo, second from left, went to Coney Island Diner, bought a hot dog there. Soon, he was re-elected for a second term.
In November 2001, the future Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and former Mayor Edward I. Koch lunch hot dogs in a diner Katz before the start of the election campaign of Mr. Bloomberg.
Snack Katz, opened in 1888.
Hot Dog "fifteen bites" from the diner Brooklyn Diner in Manhattan weighs almost a pound!
Snack "Gray's Papaya" in 2006. It was opened in 1973, and it prepared the so-called "Sabrett dog" - a traditional hot dog street vendor hot dogs in New York.
A hot dog with sauerkraut from the snack bar "Papaya King", which was founded in 1930.
A hot dog from the snack bar "Zak Pelaccio's Fatty Crab": sausage of pork, sauce, mayonnaise, pickled garlic, pickled chilies and pickled radish.
David Cameron, the British Prime Minister and the Mayor Mr. Bloomberg in Manhattan. According to several publications, he treated Mr. Bloomberg.
In October 2009, Mayor Bloomberg, and General Colin Powell stopped to eat hot dogs in Midtown.
A variety of hot dogs, including soy, vegetarian, from a diner "Good to Go Organics" in Central Park. Sauerkraut comes from the farm "Hawthorne Valley Farm" in the Hudson Valley.
Snack "Bark", which opened in Park Slope, Brooklyn, in 2009. For pork sausages pulp used blade and tibia, as well as beef blade.
A hot dog from the snack bar "Bark" with pickled peppers, mustard and onions.
Sale of hot dogs for 35 cents at the Town Hall in 1980. Stable price before was 60 cents.
Chris Antistius, one of the founders of the diner "Crif Dogs", opened in 2002.
Meat shop "Meat Hook" in Filliamsburge, Brooklyn, offers its own version of a hot dog, bacon and slaw.
Saleh Gobran, the seller of hot dogs on the corner of Broadway and 32 Street. "The seller is always right," he says, "Because I try to please everyone!".
Frankfurters for hotdogs Mr Gobran boiled in water with the addition of lemon.
Seller of hot dogs on the corner of 45th Street and Avenue of the Americas Mohammed M. Rahman fry the sausages for hot dogs in oil.