At one point in the interview he said he would be happy running a hot-dog stand on the beach.
The Assistant Secretary is here to discuss the hot-dog concession with a local bigwig.
It happened pretty fast and like I say, I just went in to eat a hot-dog for lunch and I wasn't expecting any of this.
hot-dog sandwiches and long green pickles and ginger ale, but you have to drink out of the bottles.
Unheard were the blaring of bands, and the raucous cry of the "hot-dog man," and the riot and roar of the rabble.
On get-away day the program boy bawls his loudest and the hot-dog purveyor pushes his fragrant wares with the utmost energy.
also hotdog, "sausage on a split roll," c.1890, popularized by cartoonist T.A. Dorgan. It is said to echo a 19c. suspicion (occasionally justified) that sausages contained dog meat. Meaning "someone particularly skilled or excellent" (with overtones of showing off) is from 1896. Connection between the two senses, if any, is unclear. Hot dog! as an exclamation of approval was in use by 1906.
: Walter is one of the good guys, not a hot dog (1966+)