Nor mine, except that I'd been surprised to see fried frog's legs and the hot dog mecca mentioned in the same short Saveur article. These (four for $6.99) were surely farmed; they had no flavor and, except for the breading, a too-soft texture. And judging by how fast my order was handed over, they were fried up in advance. Nothing at Nathan's may be prepared à la minute; that's no trouble for the constantly replenished dogs but a drawback for the low-turnover items. Like frog's legs.
Previously: A chili dog ($3.45) was snappy, even buried in beans. The chili itself wasn't meaty enough; next time I'll stick to the classic.
1310 Surf Ave. (at Stillwell Ave.), Coney Island, Brooklyn