French fry coated hot dog on a stick


33 Responses to “French fry coated hot dog on a stick”

  1. Boba Fett Diop says:

    Look out state and county fairs of the United States- South Korea just served your ass.

  2. arkizzle / Moderator says:

    I would.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Just a shame that it’s made of actual dog

  4. Heartfruit says:

    I will admit, this is more appealing to me then fried butter, fried coke, or any of the other questionable-things-on-a-stick I’ve heard about in the last calendar year.

  5. johnnyrighton says:

    @Heartfruit: I agree. Though my first thought was “Oh look Boing Boing’s been to the Texas State Fair.”

  6. Gilbert Wham says:

    Home-made version, anyone? I’m game to try it. I How does one bind the potato pieces to the sausage? I’m thinking a mixture of potato starch, egg yolk and MSG, myself…

  7. zikman says:

    this is a Good Thing.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Needs some bacon.

  9. madprime says:

    These healthy treats were recently seen at the cafeteria in the New Research Building at Harvard Medical School.

  10. Anonymous says:

    The Minnesota Sate fair has this at the Blue Moon Cafe, although it looks different.

  11. Phikus says:

    That’s just too international for me. My head just exploded. ;D

  12. MrJM says:

    Dip that sucker in melted cheese and THEN you’d have something!

    – MrJM

  13. joeposts says:

    not a corndog, but a … spuddog? potatog?

  14. Toast says:

    That’s called a “Spicy McHaggis” around here

  15. Anonymous says:

    “Just a shame that it’s made of actual dog”

    Nah, I’m sure they cheaped out and mixed some cat in it too.

  16. hotdog_guy says:

    I have never been to the MN state fair but that looks DELICIOUS.

    Come and see where else you can eat delicious hot dogs at

    We are a hot dog community, come and leave your feedback

  17. Anonymous says:

    Coming soon to an elementary school near you!

  18. Dewi Morgan says:

    I agree with all comments. Looks delicious, needs bacon and cheese, will keep an eye out for it in the US once I move there.

  19. pinehead says:

    I’d try it, but the bacon-wrapped hot dogs look even better. Cholesterol be damned!

  20. surgicalsnack says:

    Sadly, they’re not that good. I was very much looking forward to eating one of these things when I visited Seoul a few years ago. I squeed about Magic Hot Dogs for weeks in anticipation.

    Maybe I got a bad sample, but it was dry and tasteless and the letdown was so severe that I almost wept.

  21. guigit says:

    Quebecers will coat it with cheese (poutine) and call it ‘pooch on a stick’

    • Anonymous says:

      Quebecers will coat it with cheese (poutine) and call it ‘pooch on a stick’

      EWW! Both “poutine” and “pooch on a stick” sound disturbingly gross!

  22. benher says:

    The Minnesota State fair still has deep friend candy bars (which I hear tell double as a heart-attack inducing suppository) The US isn’t down for the count on junk-food yet!

  23. randalll says:

    Embed a ketchup deposit in that baby and I’m there.

  24. fnc says:

    At least all the ingredients this time are things that are traditionally fried, but still not something I’d go for as I don’t care for hot dogs.

    There is only one fair food as far as I’m personally concerned, and that is funnel cake.

  25. adamnvillani says:

    I am a big proponent of fried food in general and corn dogs specifically, but truthfully, this really doesn’t look that appetizing to me.

  26. Anonymous says:

    Time for another episode of “How they do that!”

  27. Hanglyman says:

    Looks way better than that nasty corn batter stuff.

  28. Anonymous says:

    I live in Korea and I haven’t seen these.

  29. Maggie Koerth-Baker says:

    This may be the lack off sleep coming off an 8 hour trip back from Chicago on the Megabus talking, but I would totally eat that. I would eat the heck out of that.

  30. Brainspore says:

    I haven’t seen such disgusting efficiency since that “McGriddle” monstrosity.

  31. word_virus says:

    Well, I came.

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