There’s nothing like an all-American hotdog, and McDonald’s didn’t just want to be the leader for selling burgers. McDonald’s released hotdogs at restaurants located in the Midwestern US, the UK, and Canada in the 1990s. In America, the McHotDog didn’t fare too well compared to its burgers and fries, but Japan loved the concept. McDonald’s hotdog was honored with a place on the breakfast menu. Strangely enough, Ray Kroc prohibited the company from selling hot dogs, but it happened anyway.