Question Answers Recipes Reviews Supplies Register
Cooking Baking Ingredients Equipment Techniques Entertaining Holidays Ethnic Nutrition Safety Desserts Drinks History Science Kids
What — Officially — is a Corn Dog?

If I do not bread a corn dog will it still be considered a corn dog or just a wiener on a stick?

We think you know the answer. We think you knew it even before you hit the Submit button on the Ask Ochef Your Dang Cooking Question page. We think you've known the answer all along — you just refuse to admit it.

What makes a corn dog a corn dog? Is it the stick? No. Is it the dog? Only partially. It's also the corn bread batter, fried to a golden brown. (Some would say it's also the mustard, drizzled artfully along the side.)

Remember, acknowledging your problem is the first step towards a cure. Are we going to have to have a corn-dog intervention here? 'Cause we'll do it. You better believe we'll do it!

Submit your question
to Ochef

Related Articles:
All About Corn
Pearl Hot Dogs
Difference between Seasoned and Unseasoned Crumbs
What are Bread Crumbs?/How to Make/Buy
Related Recipes:
Corn Dogs
Fresh Corn Chowder
Grilled Corn Salsa
Fresh Corn Pudding Cockaigne
CookingBakingIngredientsEquipmentTechniquesEntertainingHolidaysEthnicNutritionSafetyDessertsDrinksHistoryScienceKids

Register 2001-2007 OCHEF LLCSearchAdvertiseContact UsPrivacySite MapLinks