To prepare, the frankfurter can be cooked with various methods including frying, grilling, broiling, and steaming. When wrapped in a split bun, the frankfurter sandwich is typically topped with any of a variety of condiments including mustard, ketchup, pickle relish, cheese, onions, tomatoes, sauerkraut, and chili however, ketchup is the most often used condiment when topping a frankfurter. Frankfurters topped with cheese are referred to as "cheese dogs" or with chili as a "chili dogs." When placed on a stick, dipped in a corn bread batter, and deep fried, the result is known as a "corn dog." The term "pigs in a blanket" may be used to refer to the hot dog wrapped in a bun. In addition to terminology, there are many different recipes that are developed for regional hot dogs tastes throughout the world. In the U.S. different recipes have been developed for hot dogs that make this sausage a distinct creation in Chicago, Cincinnati, Kansas City, New York, West Virginia, North Carolina, the Pacific Northwest, Southwest, and Detroit. Similarly, countries in Europe, Asia, and South America also have their regional versions of recipes for hot dogs that may include a type of topping, a flavored addition such as bacon wrapped around the hot dog, or different combinations of meat.