When you talk about hybrid foods, nothing tastes better than the classic waffle hot dog. On an evening dinner the night after Christmas, my grandmother brought us a real treat, waffle dogs. My mom loved eating KC Waffle dogs as a child, and family run business still caters small events. Dayton, the man operating the machine, explained to me that making a waffle hot dog is as simple as it sounds. You basically put the batter and hot dog (some were veggie) in the hot presser and wait until they turn a golden brown. Having such a simple recipe, waffle hot dogs sure are something I would love to make!
Whenever I take a bite out of these treats, I can really feel the taste of waffle exploding in my mouth. This hybrid food is one of those where every bite is a sensation. There are no cons foodwise other than the unhealthiness. Also, since this dish has hot dog in it, I treat it like one. The chef made a relish mustard sauce I could not resist. At the end of dinner, I had probably eaten 3 whole waffle hot dogs.
Out of all the foods I ate that day, there was no doubt that waffle hot dogs was the winner!
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Nate, I’m so happy to see that you have resumed your wonderful blog!!! It has a new, beautiful, and very professional look to it! Congratulations!!! As for the waffle dogs, I guess I’m going to have to wait until I go to Hawaii before I sample one! It looks decadently delicious!
That’s the beauty of Hawaii. Half the foods I like in California originate for the Hawaiian islands!
The waffle Dog sounds heavenly! What a treat. I’ve never had one (or even heard of one before your post!), but I will keep an eye out for them in the future. 🙂
Unfortunately, this treat is hard to access because most of the producers are in Hawaii! But when you do try them, its worth the search!