Robyn Lane

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Weiner Connoisseur Needed To Test Hot Dogs

The online gambling site Bet U.S. is on the hunt for a Weiner Expert to travel across the country to different Major League ballparks to measure their hot dogs.  They want it all, specific measurements of length, girth, and weight for each hot dog you get your hands on. You’ll get to visit all 30 Major League ballparks and check out the hot dogs during each visit. I’ll bet the people who visit this page would jump at the chance. You'll get to consume dozens of hot dogs, and report back to the rest of us hot dog lovers here in New Jersey.  But Bet U.S. doesn’t really care how good the hot dogs are, they just want you to take specific measurements of each hot dog to see which Major League Baseball stadium has the biggest.  Not a bad gig if you can get it. According to the site: For this official ‘Wiener Connoisseur’ position, we are looking for someone who considers themselves a passionate hot dog connoisseur, has a strong opinion when it comes to grilled vs boiled dogs, is well-versed in the world of wieners and smiles at the idea of a literal sausage fest. How Much Do You Get For Measuring Hot Dogs? It' won’t be a long  term gig, and they certainly don’t expect you to handle this big job for free. Something tells me some of you would do it for free. Bet U.S. will fork over the cash for tickets to all the baseball games, pay for all of your travel expenses and you’ll pocket the tidy sum of $2,500. Something tells me that you’ll spend that $2500  on more hot dogs here in the Garden State. And That’s Not All They’ll also hand over a $500 gift card for, and a subscription to MLB.TV.  You can apply here at Bet U.S. Jersey hot dog lovers, here’s your chance to eat hot dogs at all 30 Major League Baseball parks and get paid for it along with a few extras. Best Hot Dogs In New Jersey Are At These Places According to the NHDSC website, The Fenway Frank is one of the most popular hot dogs in baseball and the Red Sox are also amongst the top sausage sellers with the Italian being most popular. Fenway Frank: Steamed, grilled or rolled hot dogs wedged inside a classic New England-style bun. For chili dog lovers who like the Cincinnati Reds, The Great American Ballpark serves a great American hot dog with the Skyline Chili Coney, topped with Cincinnati's renowned chili and lots of shredded cheddar. The Reds are also one of the few teams offering a Mettwurst, as theirs is bacon-wrapped mettwurst with hot peppers and spicy mustard. Hot dog loving New York Yankees fans, Yankee Stadium keeps it simple and classic. Fans can enjoy a Nathan’s Famous Natural Casing Dog topped with red onions in sauce and sauerkraut. I can't wait to hear the findings from the lucky person who gets this job. Who’s in?  Apply Here