Weenie Wheels. Cut a hotdog about halfway down several times over the length of the hotdog. When you boil it, the cuts will cause it to roll into a circle.
Hey, I was five, and easily impressed. And it's been popular with every niece and nephew I've made them for.
Surely you're aware that if you order a meal by that name in the U.K. what you'll receive will be sausages cooked in Yorkshire Pudding (or a similar type of pastry).Toads in a Hole was one of my favorites as a kid.
Its a piece of toast with a hole cut in the middle of it, to fit a cooked egg.
Here's one that is likely only used by one person, me. After once reading that Jerry Garcia's favorite meal was chili dogs and chocolate malts, I now refer to that as a "Full Garcia." Specifically, chili dogs from Skyline, and a chocolate malt from United Dairy Farmers.
I'll have to try that. Sounds good. We have a Skyline near us. UDF will be the hard part. I don't recall seeing one near our new house. The wife used to love UDF ice creams. Now we have several "boutique" ice creams in town that I think are just meh. (Though there's a pistachio I quite like - and it's NOT green!) Most are just too soft for my liking. If I want soft serve I'll go to DQ.
Your chili dogs remind me of grad school when I and a few friends used to frequent the Prospect Tavern in (west?) Hartford. We'd get hot dogs with absolutely everything on them and call them "death dogs." The drink of choice was some sort of Irish ale the name of which I can't remember.
I make what I call...:My World Famous Crab Cakes except I make them out of tinned salmon. My wife asked "how do you know they are world famous". My reply is that they are famous in my little world and that is all that matters. I made them once out of tinned tuna....they were stilllpretty good. Maybe one day I will make them out of crab.
1 tin salmondon't just stand there grinning. fork over that recipe.