There is only one way to host a hot dog eating contest. That would be with hot dogs from Nathan’s Famous. Could there be anything more American? (Well, perhaps except for Black Friday and Cyber Monday) But if the trip to Coney on July 4th is out of the way, there is a solution. Nostalgia… Continue reading Nathan’s Famous Pop-Up Hot Dog Toaster
Near the bottom of the Halloween candy hierarchy is hard candy. Trick or treating is about going door to door, freeloading off of our neighbors and rating how cool they are by what candy they dole out. Chocolate bars? A-ok. Hard candy? Lame. Just a step up from granola snacks or rice crackers.
When youâ€™re in the market for a hot dog toaster, itâ€™s important to keep it classy. Actually, itâ€™s not very hard to do; what kitchen dÃ©cor isnâ€™t improved with the addition of a hot dog-making appliance? Why none, of course.
With the street food craze still going on in full swing, itâ€™s time to get back to basics. While we may never know what the original street food really is (noodles in China being a good bet), the iconic street food item of the modern era in the U.S. (or at least NYC) is the… Continue reading Roll your own hot dogs (wherever you want to)
The carnival has packed up and is heading off into the sunset. The sounds of the midway are faint in the air. A slight breeze carries the scent of fried foods and roller coaster grease. You take a step forward, hoping to capture one last taste of the county fair and all that it has… Continue reading Carnival in your kitchen… and on your sofa… and in the carpet… and on the drapes…