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Minor League hot dog cocktail needs to be real

Recipe for hot dog drink contains gin, Worcestershire sauce, beer and... a hot dog.

According to Maury Brown of BizofBaseball.com, one minor league ballpark is considering releasing what it calls a Frank Collins cocktail. Important: The report came out on April Fool's Day, but we'd like to believe it's true.

The recipe for the Frank Collins, which is loosely based on a Tom Collins in that both have alcohol, is listed online. As you might guess, it contains a lot of things you probably wouldn't want to drink.

1.5 oz gin (or any spirit you have)
1.5 oz frank consommé
3 dashes Worcestershire sauce
2 oz beer to top
hot dog spear (for garnish)

Add all but the beer to a shaker with ice, shake to chill and strain into a Collins glass over fresh ice. Top with beer and garnish with a hot dog spear that has been cooked or not. It doesn't matter.

Note: To make the frank consommé, cook several hot dogs in boiling water. Reserve the water.

The team considering the Frank Collins has not been released. One can only hope that if it happens, that team will be the Arkansas Travelers.

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