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cavandre

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Way beyond a corn dog... Mon, 08/31/09 7:48 AM (permalink)
It's a hot dog on a stick, covered in french fry bits:
http://www.lastappetite.com/french-fry-coated-hotdog/
 
That really muddies the mustard vs. ketchup debate.
 
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    sk bob

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    Re:Way beyond a corn dog... Mon, 08/31/09 9:21 AM (permalink)
    thats total eating right there.
     
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      georgiadogs

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      • Location: Athens,Ga
      Re:Way beyond a corn dog... Mon, 08/31/09 11:15 AM (permalink)
      cavandre


      It's a hot dog on a stick, covered in french fry bits:
      http://www.lastappetite.com/french-fry-coated-hotdog/
       
      That really muddies the mustard vs. ketchup debate.


      obviously you'd have to have a bottle of each nearby!!!
       
      #3
        Holly Moore

        Re:Way beyond a corn dog... Mon, 08/31/09 5:43 PM (permalink)
        It is beautiful.  So beautiful.
         
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          ScreenBear

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          • Location: Westfield, NJ
          Re:Way beyond a corn dog... Mon, 08/31/09 10:35 PM (permalink)
          It reminds me of a comestible served in certain delicatessens on the East Coast years ago--- known as hush puppies...and not to be confused with the Southern specialty of little, deep-fried  cornmeal breads.

             The Jewish hush puppy was a hot dog encased in a cylindrical knish. I'm told the Knish Shop in Maryland still makes a variation on this item, the hot dog peeking out at each end.

             Sabrett advertised all over some arenas their coming introduction of a similar item....and it just never happened. And absolutely no one knows a thing about it.
           
            In any case, this looks good...bring it on...hopefully
          not frozen. And yes, indeed,   the muddling of the mustard vs. ketchup issue is an  astute point. 

          The Bear

           
           
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            MiamiDon

            Re:Way beyond a corn dog... Tue, 09/1/09 12:22 AM (permalink)
            Yeah, the Koreans have been doing that for a while.  If I run into a vendor selling one, I will be sure to try one.
             
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              badbyron722

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              • Location: Spartanburg, SC
              Re:Way beyond a corn dog... Tue, 09/1/09 8:30 PM (permalink)
              Looks weird,so I'm game!
               
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                Big_Ted

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                • Location: Freeport, IL
                Re:Way beyond a corn dog... Sun, 09/20/09 9:48 AM (permalink)
                I ate a couple of them when I was over there.  I found them greasy.
                 
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                  agnesrob

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                  Re:Way beyond a corn dog... Sun, 09/20/09 9:54 AM (permalink)
                  I would try that!
                   
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