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Fiery Corn Dog-Stuffed Burrito Is The Stuff Of Festival Food Dreams

If a chili dog and a corn dog had a love child inside of a tortilla, that would be the perfect description for this sinfully hearty corn dog burrito.

The burrito’s location, LinX in Orange County, CA, is no stranger to crafting bold and brash culinary masterpieces. They already hit one out of the park with a heart-stopping burger that’ll give you one of the best food comas of your life. The squad at LinX has constructed another masterpiece with their Corn Dog Wrap, perfectly orchestrating the flavors of corn dog, chili, roasted jalapenos, cheese, and onion into a portable and tasty gut buster.

While it may sound like a sloppy glutton’s paradise on paper, the Corn Dog Wrap is an Instagram-worthy showstopper that balances flavors perfectly. You have to see how it looks in the video above, because when you do, you’ll be convinced that this burrito is worthy of both your Instagram feed and your appetite.

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Check Out Disneyland’s New ‘Elote Style’ Deep Fried Corn on the Cob and Chicken & Waffles Skewer

Just when you thought Disneyland had run out of ways to keep you from having money in your pockets — I’m kidding, that will never happen.

In their latest food offerings that will have us gladly shelling out the cash, the Paradise Garden Grill inside Disney’s California Adventure in Anaheim, CA has once again developed quite a stir all over social media.

Enter the ‘Crispy Battered Corn on the Cob’ and ‘Chicken and Waffles Skewer’.

As you may know, many Californians are all about their eloté style corn and chicken & waffles so its no surprise that this exclusive dish is deep within the California Adventure park.

Photo by: Peter Pham

The buttery corn on the cob is lathered with the same famous batter they use on their corn dogs, but is then topped with cilantro-lime mayo, lots of parmesan cheese and other seasonings.  While its not “technically” eloté, you still have a way to kinda satisfy those cravings inside the park.  Or you could just ask for a knife and whittle down the kernels.

Photo by: Peter Pham

The skewer on the other hand is a juicy chicken breast covered in waffle batter, deep fried to golden perfection, topped with powdered sugar and accompanied by a rich, delectable sage,maple and bacon bits-filled syrup that just steps the flavor up multiple notches.

In classic theme park fashion, DCA has taken the deep frying to a fantastic level, delivering more variety and deliciousness within the company’s many parks.  Who knows how long these menu items are going to last, though… so get going!


These Corn Dogs Are Stuffed With Chicken Cordon Bleu And It’s A Thing Of Beauty


OK, chicken cordon bleu is an awesome dish. Let’s get that straight. The idea of stuffing ham and cheese into a piece of chicken is probably one of the oldest instances of food porn there is. However, chicken cordon bleu is probably the worst dish to brag about eating with your friends because the name just sounds so pretentious.

So what if there was a similar dish that had a FOODBEAST twist to it?

We met up with Josh Elkin and somehow ended up in the Foodbeast kitchen where the Chicken Corn Dog Bleu was born.

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • 1 chicken breast per dog
  • ham and swiss cheese slices, 2 each per dog
  • aluminum foil
  • 1 cup of flour
  • 1 cup of corn meal
  • 4 tsp of baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp of salt
  • 1 egg
  • 2 cups of milk
  • 1 pilsner glass
  • oil for frying
  • mustard for dipping

Here’s what to do:

Cut a hole in your chicken breast.

Stuff that hole with your rolled up slices of ham and swiss cheese.

Wrap the filled chicken breast in aluminum foil.

Bake in the oven for 30 mins at 400 degrees F. Until cooked.

Throw flour, corn meal, baking powder and salt into a mixing bowl and mix your dry ingredients.

Crack your egg and add your milk to the dry corn dog mixture. Blend evenly.

Pour your corn dog batter into a tall pilsner glass, or any tall narrow glass.

Insert a corn dog stick into your chicken and dunk it slowly into the corn dog batter.

Deep fry your corn dog until it’s golden brown.

Now, it’s ready to serve. We recommend with a side of hot mustard.


Irish People Try Weird American Food Inventions For The First Time

America has produced some crazy food creations over the years. We can boast the Cronut, the Corn Beef Hash Breakfast Pizza and even the Bacon-wrapped Pizza Balls. The folks over at Facts. had some Irish folks try some of these crazy American food inventions for the first time.

The foods included: Pizza burgers, corn dogs, Turducken, Cronuts and the Doughnurger (doughnut hamburger).

Check out their reactions as they try these innovative dishes for the first time. We’d actually love to see a video of some of them trying some of the crazy stuff our Foodbeast family has made.

Also, that was pretty much our reaction to the Turducken.

Video: Facts.

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How To Make A Red Curry Pork Belly Corn Dog

The corn dog can be a tricky dish to master. Sometimes, you get lucky and find yourself holding the crispiest, most delicious piece of deep fried heaven on Earth. And other times, you’ll wind up with soggy, 99-cent mystery-meat on a stick from a lackluster carnival. There’s no in-between.

Case in point: Keith Prante’s mouth-watering recipe for Red Curry Pork Belly Corn Dog. Dipped and deep fried in a bomb all-natural Red Curry Sauce from World Foods (you can find their sauces near you here), it is superb to say the least and is definitely going to be setting a new standard for breaded meats everywhere.

With that cured-and-curried pork belly on the inside and sweet, golden-brown breading on the outside, this bad boy will take your tastebuds on a carnival ride of their own. Trust us—the proof is in the pork.


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6 oz Pork Belly

1 jar of World Foods Red Curry Sauce (available at Sprouts and Whole Foods)

8 oz Coconut milk

2 oz chopped cilantro

1 cup pancake mix

½ cup cornmeal

1 egg

1 cup milk

2 qts frying oil

1 corn dog stick

Pinch of salt

Pinch of baking soda

Curing Recipe

2 1⁄2 tbsp kosher salt

1 1⁄2 tbsp sugar

1 tbsp black peppercorns

1 tsp fennel seed

1 tsp caraway seed

1 tsp dried rosemary

1 tsp dried thyme

2 bay leaves

1 clove garlic, finely chopped

1) Cut pork belly into a 1”x4”x1” wiener and cure overnight (see above recipe).

2) Fry cured pork belly in hot oil (375F) until very crispy. Place “Corn Dog” stick into pork belly length-wise, and dip into Red Curry sauce. Let pork fully cool.

3) Once cooled, dip the curried pork belly into thick batter and fry. When frying, hold the corn dog in oil briefly to avoid batter sticking to bottom of fryer. Cook until golden brown.

4) Remove from oil and let cool. CAUTION: food will be very hot.


Pumpkin Corn Dog Bites Have Us Drooling Uncontrollably


With football season kicking off, you’re gonna want to have tons of awesome munchies to serve during games. Oh Bite It! created this awesome dish of Mini Pumpkin Corn Dog Bites that’ll pretty much cover your game day cravings.

You start by making a corn dog batter and combining it with pumpkin puree. You can find the recipe, in detail, here.


Then, take a hot dog and coat it in some cornstarch before tossing it into the batter. After applying a generous amount of coating, put the hot dog into the deep fryer and let it cook until it’s a golden brown.

Once it’s done, insert a pretzel stick in them and set your mini dog bites aside too cool and get started on your dipping sauce. Oh Bite It! suggests a sweet maple mustard sauce.

Photos: + Recipe: Oh Bite It!


This FIVE-SAUSAGE Corn Dog Gives You A Different Flavor With Every Bite


Brewers fans are familiar with the Milwaukee tradition of five people in sausage costumes running around the baseball diamond. You’ve got bratwurst, chorizo, hot dog, Italian sausage and Polish sausage. This custom is what drew Milwaukee native DudeFoods to create the Racing Sausages Corn Dog.

Nick took a few of each sausage and grilled them up. Once cooked, he diced them into bite-sized chunks and skewered them onto a corn dog stick. Once a dog featuring all five sausages is formed, the stick is dipped in batter and deep fried. When the batter is a nice golden brown, it’s ready to chow on.

Check out his full recipe on DudeFoods where you can also find other insane creations.

Fast Food

Burger King Is Testing Grilled Hot Dogs And Corn Dogs


Burger King is currently testing hot dogs on the menu at restaurants in Michigan and Maryland, The Impulsive Buy reports. While the burger company has been known to test those savory wieners in international locations, this is a first for the US.

The hot dogs are said to be grilled the same way the fast food chain grills its hamburgers. Afterwards, they’re topped with onions, relish, mustard and ketchup. Burger King also is testing corn dogs at these locations.

Patrons can find the grilled hot dogs for $1.99 each and the corn dogs for $1.49 each. If successful, expect to see the hotdog-based items in a wider release.

 Photo: The Impulsive Buy