Omelet hot dog

The stalls at street festivals are always innovating. Now there’s the omelot hot dog, with ketchup of course. There’s something very “moe” about this food on a stick. I admired it, but did not swallow it.

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3 comments

  1. In australia, we have dagwood dogs. Same kind of thing but in batter — that always ends up in a big, knobby bit on the end. Hard to eat and look nice at the same time.

    1. So many dogs! Have you seen what Japanese call an “American dog”? It’s what we call a corn dog: battered, deep-fried, and readily available at most convenience stores!

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