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In today's Media Mix, artificial butter flavoring may be bad for your brain, plus a Mars-inspired Oreo

Arthur Bovino

The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.

Trojan Hot Dogs Carts Handing Out Free Vibrators: This Wednesday and Thursday in New York, two hot dog carts will be handing out 10,000 free vibrators. Bonus: Marketing puns include, "Relish the moment." [NY Times]

Oreo's Mars Cookie: Just like their gay pride Oreo cookie, Nabisco has released a cute image of a Mars-inspired cookie, in honor of Curiosity Rover's landing on Mars. [Grub Street]

Artificial Butter Flavors Bad for Brain: New research shows that an increased exposure to artificial butter flavoring, known as diacetyl, is linked to Alzheimer's-related abnormal brain proteins. Yikes. [HuffPo]

Restaurants Battle Drought Price Increases: Word is beef prices won't go down until 2015, but at least restaurateurs are doing their best to keep their prices down in the competitive economy. For now, that is. [US News]

McDonald's Staff Saves Baby: Footage has been released showing the staff at an Australian McDonald's stopping work to help relieve a choking baby. Emergency personnel gave directions over the phone, and the one-year-old was released from the hospital after an overnight stay. [Mediaite]


Hot Dog Road Trip: A Patriotic Party Plan

Every dog has its day, and for hot dogs that day is July 4. About 150 million hot dogs were wolfed down last Independence Day, enough to stretch from DC to LA more than five times, according to the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council. If you're planning a cookout for this most patriotic of days, here's an opportunity to celebrate the American dream. Because hot dog culture is American history.

Although there are scores of recipes for cooking and dressing frankfurters and hundreds of hole-in-the-wall hot dog stands have earned life-long followers with their unique house concoctions, many cities and regions have evolved a local design that has become their signature breed of dog. It has become part of their community and the populace cannot stand to eat them any other way. For them the unique scent and taste of their tribal genre conjures powerful memories of home and childhood. They are devoted, even addicted, to their hometown dogs. So I have mapped out a Hot Dog Road Trip and I invite you to hop in and explore this tasty bite of Americana.

Sounds like a good theme for your All-American cookout, right?

In June the Obama White House invited Iranian diplomats to July 4 barbecues, but the invite was rescinded in the wake of the Iranian election protests.


Hot Dog Road Trip: A Patriotic Party Plan

Every dog has its day, and for hot dogs that day is July 4. About 150 million hot dogs were wolfed down last Independence Day, enough to stretch from DC to LA more than five times, according to the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council. If you're planning a cookout for this most patriotic of days, here's an opportunity to celebrate the American dream. Because hot dog culture is American history.

Although there are scores of recipes for cooking and dressing frankfurters and hundreds of hole-in-the-wall hot dog stands have earned life-long followers with their unique house concoctions, many cities and regions have evolved a local design that has become their signature breed of dog. It has become part of their community and the populace cannot stand to eat them any other way. For them the unique scent and taste of their tribal genre conjures powerful memories of home and childhood. They are devoted, even addicted, to their hometown dogs. So I have mapped out a Hot Dog Road Trip and I invite you to hop in and explore this tasty bite of Americana.

Sounds like a good theme for your All-American cookout, right?

In June the Obama White House invited Iranian diplomats to July 4 barbecues, but the invite was rescinded in the wake of the Iranian election protests.


Hot Dog Road Trip: A Patriotic Party Plan

Every dog has its day, and for hot dogs that day is July 4. About 150 million hot dogs were wolfed down last Independence Day, enough to stretch from DC to LA more than five times, according to the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council. If you're planning a cookout for this most patriotic of days, here's an opportunity to celebrate the American dream. Because hot dog culture is American history.

Although there are scores of recipes for cooking and dressing frankfurters and hundreds of hole-in-the-wall hot dog stands have earned life-long followers with their unique house concoctions, many cities and regions have evolved a local design that has become their signature breed of dog. It has become part of their community and the populace cannot stand to eat them any other way. For them the unique scent and taste of their tribal genre conjures powerful memories of home and childhood. They are devoted, even addicted, to their hometown dogs. So I have mapped out a Hot Dog Road Trip and I invite you to hop in and explore this tasty bite of Americana.

Sounds like a good theme for your All-American cookout, right?

In June the Obama White House invited Iranian diplomats to July 4 barbecues, but the invite was rescinded in the wake of the Iranian election protests.


Hot Dog Road Trip: A Patriotic Party Plan

Every dog has its day, and for hot dogs that day is July 4. About 150 million hot dogs were wolfed down last Independence Day, enough to stretch from DC to LA more than five times, according to the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council. If you're planning a cookout for this most patriotic of days, here's an opportunity to celebrate the American dream. Because hot dog culture is American history.

Although there are scores of recipes for cooking and dressing frankfurters and hundreds of hole-in-the-wall hot dog stands have earned life-long followers with their unique house concoctions, many cities and regions have evolved a local design that has become their signature breed of dog. It has become part of their community and the populace cannot stand to eat them any other way. For them the unique scent and taste of their tribal genre conjures powerful memories of home and childhood. They are devoted, even addicted, to their hometown dogs. So I have mapped out a Hot Dog Road Trip and I invite you to hop in and explore this tasty bite of Americana.

Sounds like a good theme for your All-American cookout, right?

In June the Obama White House invited Iranian diplomats to July 4 barbecues, but the invite was rescinded in the wake of the Iranian election protests.


Hot Dog Road Trip: A Patriotic Party Plan

Every dog has its day, and for hot dogs that day is July 4. About 150 million hot dogs were wolfed down last Independence Day, enough to stretch from DC to LA more than five times, according to the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council. If you're planning a cookout for this most patriotic of days, here's an opportunity to celebrate the American dream. Because hot dog culture is American history.

Although there are scores of recipes for cooking and dressing frankfurters and hundreds of hole-in-the-wall hot dog stands have earned life-long followers with their unique house concoctions, many cities and regions have evolved a local design that has become their signature breed of dog. It has become part of their community and the populace cannot stand to eat them any other way. For them the unique scent and taste of their tribal genre conjures powerful memories of home and childhood. They are devoted, even addicted, to their hometown dogs. So I have mapped out a Hot Dog Road Trip and I invite you to hop in and explore this tasty bite of Americana.

Sounds like a good theme for your All-American cookout, right?

In June the Obama White House invited Iranian diplomats to July 4 barbecues, but the invite was rescinded in the wake of the Iranian election protests.


Hot Dog Road Trip: A Patriotic Party Plan

Every dog has its day, and for hot dogs that day is July 4. About 150 million hot dogs were wolfed down last Independence Day, enough to stretch from DC to LA more than five times, according to the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council. If you're planning a cookout for this most patriotic of days, here's an opportunity to celebrate the American dream. Because hot dog culture is American history.

Although there are scores of recipes for cooking and dressing frankfurters and hundreds of hole-in-the-wall hot dog stands have earned life-long followers with their unique house concoctions, many cities and regions have evolved a local design that has become their signature breed of dog. It has become part of their community and the populace cannot stand to eat them any other way. For them the unique scent and taste of their tribal genre conjures powerful memories of home and childhood. They are devoted, even addicted, to their hometown dogs. So I have mapped out a Hot Dog Road Trip and I invite you to hop in and explore this tasty bite of Americana.

Sounds like a good theme for your All-American cookout, right?

In June the Obama White House invited Iranian diplomats to July 4 barbecues, but the invite was rescinded in the wake of the Iranian election protests.


Hot Dog Road Trip: A Patriotic Party Plan

Every dog has its day, and for hot dogs that day is July 4. About 150 million hot dogs were wolfed down last Independence Day, enough to stretch from DC to LA more than five times, according to the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council. If you're planning a cookout for this most patriotic of days, here's an opportunity to celebrate the American dream. Because hot dog culture is American history.

Although there are scores of recipes for cooking and dressing frankfurters and hundreds of hole-in-the-wall hot dog stands have earned life-long followers with their unique house concoctions, many cities and regions have evolved a local design that has become their signature breed of dog. It has become part of their community and the populace cannot stand to eat them any other way. For them the unique scent and taste of their tribal genre conjures powerful memories of home and childhood. They are devoted, even addicted, to their hometown dogs. So I have mapped out a Hot Dog Road Trip and I invite you to hop in and explore this tasty bite of Americana.

Sounds like a good theme for your All-American cookout, right?

In June the Obama White House invited Iranian diplomats to July 4 barbecues, but the invite was rescinded in the wake of the Iranian election protests.


Hot Dog Road Trip: A Patriotic Party Plan

Every dog has its day, and for hot dogs that day is July 4. About 150 million hot dogs were wolfed down last Independence Day, enough to stretch from DC to LA more than five times, according to the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council. If you're planning a cookout for this most patriotic of days, here's an opportunity to celebrate the American dream. Because hot dog culture is American history.

Although there are scores of recipes for cooking and dressing frankfurters and hundreds of hole-in-the-wall hot dog stands have earned life-long followers with their unique house concoctions, many cities and regions have evolved a local design that has become their signature breed of dog. It has become part of their community and the populace cannot stand to eat them any other way. For them the unique scent and taste of their tribal genre conjures powerful memories of home and childhood. They are devoted, even addicted, to their hometown dogs. So I have mapped out a Hot Dog Road Trip and I invite you to hop in and explore this tasty bite of Americana.

Sounds like a good theme for your All-American cookout, right?

In June the Obama White House invited Iranian diplomats to July 4 barbecues, but the invite was rescinded in the wake of the Iranian election protests.


Hot Dog Road Trip: A Patriotic Party Plan

Every dog has its day, and for hot dogs that day is July 4. About 150 million hot dogs were wolfed down last Independence Day, enough to stretch from DC to LA more than five times, according to the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council. If you're planning a cookout for this most patriotic of days, here's an opportunity to celebrate the American dream. Because hot dog culture is American history.

Although there are scores of recipes for cooking and dressing frankfurters and hundreds of hole-in-the-wall hot dog stands have earned life-long followers with their unique house concoctions, many cities and regions have evolved a local design that has become their signature breed of dog. It has become part of their community and the populace cannot stand to eat them any other way. For them the unique scent and taste of their tribal genre conjures powerful memories of home and childhood. They are devoted, even addicted, to their hometown dogs. So I have mapped out a Hot Dog Road Trip and I invite you to hop in and explore this tasty bite of Americana.

Sounds like a good theme for your All-American cookout, right?

In June the Obama White House invited Iranian diplomats to July 4 barbecues, but the invite was rescinded in the wake of the Iranian election protests.


Hot Dog Road Trip: A Patriotic Party Plan

Every dog has its day, and for hot dogs that day is July 4. About 150 million hot dogs were wolfed down last Independence Day, enough to stretch from DC to LA more than five times, according to the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council. If you're planning a cookout for this most patriotic of days, here's an opportunity to celebrate the American dream. Because hot dog culture is American history.

Although there are scores of recipes for cooking and dressing frankfurters and hundreds of hole-in-the-wall hot dog stands have earned life-long followers with their unique house concoctions, many cities and regions have evolved a local design that has become their signature breed of dog. It has become part of their community and the populace cannot stand to eat them any other way. For them the unique scent and taste of their tribal genre conjures powerful memories of home and childhood. They are devoted, even addicted, to their hometown dogs. So I have mapped out a Hot Dog Road Trip and I invite you to hop in and explore this tasty bite of Americana.

Sounds like a good theme for your All-American cookout, right?

In June the Obama White House invited Iranian diplomats to July 4 barbecues, but the invite was rescinded in the wake of the Iranian election protests.


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