Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Cheese-Choc Dog

[Dan: it's been a busy summer and I fell behind. When I was in university, Stuart McLean described one of the most disgusting food projects I've ever heard. I've never tried it, but I would on a dare (if only someone would supply the ingredients and hardware). Thanks for copying and pasting the post in, Meredith.]

Here's what you need to make the Cheese Choc-Dog:
  • 1 package hot dogs
  • 1 squeeze bottle of Hershey's chocolate syrup
  • 1 loaf white bread
  • 1 can aerosol cheese product
  • Safety glasses or goggles
  • and an electric drill with 1/4" bit
Doesn't this sound like fun? Once you assemble the ingredients and the tools here are your instructions.
  1. Put on safety lenses.
  2. Hold unopened package of hot dogs with ends pointing towards you.
  3. Using slow speed, carefully drill each hot dog lengthwise.
  4. Open package and remove hot dogs. If you have done this correctly each dog should have a hole down the center. You have just cored the dog with the drill.
  5. Fill the cavaties with aerosol cheese product.
  6. Place hot dogs on a slice of white bread. Then pinching the bread to make a trough around the hot dog cover it liberally with chocolate syrup.
  7. Pop the dog and bun into a toaster oven for 10-12 minutes, or until cheese is runny.

    Et viola ... your Cheese Choc-Dog is ready.
    (From the CBC's Vinyl Cafe)

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