I Went Home For Lunch Today and... ( 🌭 )

Corndogs and ketchup? I’m…not sure I know you anymore.

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Corndogs don’t use real corn bread either, it’s a batter made of cornmeal. You make is sweet so the batter crisps up nicely in the short frying time.

Don’t… don’t tell me you like soft corndogs…

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Two things.

  • Foster Farms Jalapeno and Cheese Corn Dogs, preferably served from a corner store out of an ancient glass case, kept warm through the day resting under a salamander.

My Ol’ Corndog Stompin’ Grounds

  • Second, all food is improved by serving it on a stick.
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Even soup?

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I set’em up, you knock’em down :smiley:

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Logically, if soup cannot be served on a stick it is not food.

Wait, gazpacho pops?

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Gazpacho on a stick

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I desperately need popsicle canes like the one in that photo. Desperately

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First I was thinking some of the fruchtsuppes, but gazpacho seemed more interesting. Borschtcicle with a sour cream center? Maybe not.

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There are so, so many great band names in this thread already. I have a hankerin’ to start a Scorpions Tribute/Russian Punk crossover band called Borschtsicle.

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bon appétit

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Pocky? Breadsticks?

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Even more bon appétit-y:

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Smell what’s cookin’!?

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Wait… is that why sushi is so delicious?

Because the rice is… sticky?

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Your feeble attempt at a logic bomb does not impress.

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This is my favorite food on a stick: pig’s blood cake. You take some cooked rice, toss in some pig’s blood, and then steam it into a gooey block on a stick. To serve just dip it in some sweet pork-soy broth and roll it around in peanut flour and chopped cilantro.

It’s sweet and savory and amazing.

Taiwan night markets have food-on-sticks down pat.


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Bit like black pudding on a stick, with sauce? That sounds real good. :yum:

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