Do they eat hot dogs in the UK?

Chef's answer
During their meteoric rise on British menus, hot dogs have been undergoing just the sort of diversification and experimentation that burgers have enjoyed here. Many of the sames themes of the burger explosion are evident in Britain's love affair with the humble hot dog.
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