Back when I made my Cheesy Corn Dogs for National Corn Dog Day I also came up with the idea to make some Corn Dog Doughnuts.
When I Googled it though it turned out that a blog called Easy Toddler Meals had already made them. Yep, I apparently I eat like a toddler. Based on my steady diet of macaroni and cheese, chicken nuggets and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches I guess I already sort … CONTINUE READING »
What you see pictured here may look like a basic hot dog with some slice marks across it, but what you’re actually looking at is a hot dog and a cheese-stuffed chicken sausage, both spiral cut and then woven together as one.
The idea originally came to me after I saw a video on Chow.com about the benefits of spiral cutting your hot dogs prior to grilling them. Ever since then I’ve been meaning to … CONTINUE READING »
Every time I write a blog post it’s either about a crazy creation I made at home or something delicious I ate at a restaurant. Well, today’s story is a little different. This one is about a meal that totally let me down.
A couple weeks back my wife and I went to a Milwaukee Brewers baseball game with our friends Tom and Stephanie. Once inside the stadium we headed to the Johnson Controls Stadium … CONTINUE READING »
Milwaukee has so many great burger places — places like Oscar’s Pub & Grill, Kopp’s, Stack’d, Sobelman’s and AJ Bombers — that I feel like the decent hot dog spots around town sort of get overshadowed a bit.
I’ve already written about The Dogg Haus, which I’ve been back to a few times since my initial visit, but my go-to spot for hot dogs lately has been Wow Dog. Maybe … CONTINUE READING »
You know how in the movie Billy Madison Adam Sandler draws a blue duck and then tells his teacher he chose the color because he’s never seen a blue duck before and honestly, he just wanted to see one? That’s how I feel about breakfast hot dogs.
Now, I’m not saying that no one has ever made breakfast hot dogs before, but I’ve certainly never seen them at any restaurants I’ve ever been to. Sure, … CONTINUE READING »