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Wieners Gone Wild!: Out-Of-The-Ballpark Recipes for Extraordinary Hot Dogsby Holly Schmidt
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Youve Never Tasted Hot Dogs Like These!
Whats more American than apple pie? Hot dogs! Accompanying every barbeque, ball game, or picnic, a hot dog is more than just meat in a bun—it is an American pastime. In Wieners Gone Wild!, youll find dozens of mouth-watering, irresistible recipes starring the classic dog in a tasty and surprising 21st century makeover. Join hot dog aficionados Holly Schmidt and Allan Penn in an around-the-world, wiener-fueled adventure, featuring original and exciting recipes like:
--The Salty Dog: Smothered with Sriracha coleslaw and topped with cornmeal-fried clams, its a New England summer on a bun.
--Cowboy Up!: A new twist on the classic chili dog, its piled high with ground beef and Cheddar cheese.
--Hair of the Dog: With spicy hash browns and a bourbon sauce, its perfect for the morning after.
Authors Holly Schmidt and Allan Penn reinvent the classic hot dog with 40 creative, inspired, and easy-to-make recipes.
No Ordinary Hot Dog Book!
The saying might go as American as apple pie,” but everyone knows its the humble hot dog that outshines all others as the truly quintessential American comfort food, accompanying every barbeque, ball game, or picnic.
Hot dog extraordinaires Holly Schmidt and Allan Penn give the classic dog a 21st century makeover. The Horn Dog hits just the right spot, smothered with smoked oysters, fig jam, and champagne mustard. Or, those looking for a more traditional take can sink their teeth into the Sloppy Dog, piled high with ground beef and Muenster cheese. The perfect cookbook for all occasions, these original recipes will impress hot dog enthusiasts everywhere.
About the Author
Holly Schmidt and Allan Penn are the co-owners of Hollan Publishing, where they have created and photographed hundreds of nonfiction books, including this one. In their spare time, they cook for all the neighbors.Both authors live in Wenham, Massachusetts.
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